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THURSDAY JA,%'UARY 7. ',93? i, SOUTH LOGAN CO. AND VIGINITY THE MT. PULASKI TIMES, MT. P UI.ASKI. ILLINOIM NEWS BUCKLES CORNER i aunts Mrs. B. Munyon in Tuesday. A noon-day luncheon itl be serv- Orvil and Everette Koehler went ed for us in one of the beautiful din- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Allen of Lin- ! to St. Louis with a load of stock on ins rooms on the seventh floor of the coin and Mr. and Mrs. John Wilham, Saturday. Marshall Field Store. We will have a St., of near Me. Pulaski visited Mr. i Mr. and Mrs. Sendeblevin and Mr. fine box supper on the train lame- and Mrs. Laarence Wilham and fm- ! Edgar Masterson and sons were visi- diately after we leave Chicago in the ily on Sunday. i tors at the home of their parents evening. The Buckles community meeting Mrs. Elizabeth Masterson and Mr. Because the party will be compos- t ed of large groups of parents, tea- was held at the school house on Pri- and Mrs. She.rman Peters.. her chers and children, very low rates day eveninng. The program was r-, Mrs. Wnme Moore vlmted ranged by Mrs. Them Aderman, Mrs. sister Mrs. Mae Turner one day last have been obtained. The total cost Welby Moore and Mr. Chas. Schahl, Week. for all expenses, including the rail- Mr. and Mrs. Kay Sawyers spent road fare to Chicago and back, the Monday night in Decatur with home two excellent meals, and all the sight- folio 'seeing, in fact, everything--will be The Honor roll of the Lake Fork only $4.50 for children under twelve years of age and $6.25 for those twel- ve years or over and for the par- eats and friends of the children. Reservations are to be made &t the schools and must be made far in advance because the size of the par- ty will be limited. Children should pay their teacher or principal t once and they wilt be given tickets as the next progTam is in charge of Mr. Oswald Brooker, Miss Gretchen tennett and Mrs. Oar Rickorda. Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Litterly, Jr.. mad family pent Sunday with.Mrs. Littariy'a parents Mr. and Mrs. El- mer Ridgeway near Lake Fork. Michael Tierney and Earl Gone Potter wrote on the mid-term exam- inlion held at Mr. Pulaski Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rickords spent Sunday with relatives in gpringlleld. Mr. and Mrs. Robt Rothwell and son Bobby called on relatives at II- liopolis Saturday. John Tendick was a business can let in Lincoln Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Glick pent Sunday with the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. John Barton of Me. Pulaski. cmgSTNIPr School, Primary room, for December. Mary Frances Coats, 93 3-7; Ri- chard Iatatoh, 93 1-5; Meridith Pet- erson, 92; Paul Coats, 91 2-5; Ruby Ketcham, 90; Clayton Marks 90. )thers on the Honor roll are How- ard Bryan, 95 1-6; Frances Neal 95; Fern Munyon, 931-3: Millard Phil- lips, 93 1-6. AUSTIN TOWNSHIP evidence of their reservation. If., due to some unforeseen reason, it be- comes neeesnary to cancel the reser- vation before the time of departure, a refund will be made o:[ the full amount. Please remember that each group of children will be accompanied by teacher. Many parents will go alone { with the group. These educational trips have won much favor in vari- ous parts of the State and are highly recommended by educators every- where. The children should take ad- vantage of the opporgunity presented. BY RADFORD MOOLffI'  zauuNGr0  One of the most important ques- tions with which the present Con- gress will have to deal is that of War Debts and Reparations. All Europe is beginning to feel that the amount of money it owes the United States is too great for it to be able to pay and that cancellation is the only solution. The recent Miss Genevieve Reeves a Senior in Lathe High School spent the week end with her pal Irene Gor- etzke. They gave piano duet Sun- day evening at the Harmony church. { Miss Florence Rau spent Sunday with Vera Spangler. l Mrs. Mabel Spangler and Sarah Rotramel were in Decatu Saturday to a Teacher's Meeting. Mrs. Leone Hoaglin and Kather- ine Heft visited Sarah Roarsel Sunday afternoon. I Mr. Glen Rau is hauling stock" each week to St. Louis. The "Lake View" district gave a Pot Luck Supper Friday evening at the school house followed by a mis- cellaneous Frog-ram, which will be repeated Thursday evening at W,- rensburg in the High School. "me public is cordially invited. This is free entertainment. Sarah Roarsel is teacher. The Mentor School gave a v interesting program Friday evening. Butchering and visiting days are all the vogue in this locality. The W. M. A. Society of Harmony met with Mrs. Georl Heilman on Thursday afternoon. Frank Southern was in Springfield Wednesday. EDUCATIONAL TOUR You will be glad to hear that ar- European conference, in which this rangements have been made by the country was not officially represented Illinois Central System for an edu- cational tour of Chicago for the pur- pose of giving the boys and girls chance to see with their own eyes, the many things which they read - bout in their text books. For ex- ample--they will visit the well known Chicago Stock Yards and will spend more than an hour in viewing the various processes of the meat pack- ing industry. Even though the boys and girls have been In Chicago number of times, this trip will be worth while for them because their attention will be called to points of lmrticular edu- cational intert which they may not have observed during previous via- lth its observers took an active part in an adviry capacity, came to the conclusion that Germany carmt live up to the Young plan` This means that Geznany " cannot pay other European countries and they In turn will not be ble to pay United Sates. Prme's position is the stumbling block and efforts to make that on, n- try change its attitude and forgive Germany its Reparatiorm may result in a general sealing down of tim combined War Deb and Relmra- tions. Another F4tlropean eonfemca will be held next month, and its r 'conmendatio may point the wit F to a solution of the world's fluanda its, because each group wiLL be rig- troubles. A majority of voters in thi idly supervised by a teacher and be- country is felt to be aginet in cause the groups will be personally cellation and the issue may becnm conducted.  an important one in the coming Pr- The tour is to take place on Sat- identla] .campaign. urday, January 23rd. A special train will leave the Illinois Central station t 6:00 o'clock in the morning on that date. Only one or two stops will be made long the line to pick up other school children, Returning: Leave Chicago the same evening t 6:15 P. M., arrlvin d 117 10:00 o'clock. Each group of sixteen or less boys and girls will be accompanied by their teacher who will remain with them during the entire trip. Parents also may go along if they so desire. School buses will be used for tra- veling about the city of Chicago. An se in building nctivithm for November over October, 1981, were reported by Aurora, Blooming- ton, Canton, East St. Louis, Kanlm- kee, Ottawa, Rockford and Wu]ke- san` ! More than 70 I1Hnois dairymen have registered for the annual short course in dairy manufacturcs to be conducted January 25-30 at the Uni- versity of Illinois. Chief Highway Engineer Frank T. Sheets has announced that IlHnob We will pay visits of inspection to highway division has under way the following places in Chicago---Tim ulans for constructing the equivalent Stock Yards, the famous Marshall f 1200 miles of new two-lane Field Department Store, the new Ul-!crete  in 1932. It is esti ion Station, the Lincoln Park Zoo, that this extensive state-wide the Field Museum, and the Shedd gram. will give employment to bet- Aquarium. Enroute to these placeSwee n 30,000 and 35,000 men The we will have a chance to view the i highway department will insist on artistically constructed buildings the employment of local labor when- for the 1933 World's Fair; the cole- { ever possle at fair rate of wages. brated Chicago "Loop" with its tow- 1 erin, s skyscrapers; the beautiful t buildings of the University of Chi-Buy Your Milk of cage on the Midway; the remodeled i Fine Arts Building of the 1893 1 World's Fair with its imposing Gre- elan style; the Merchandise Mart; the Tribune Tower; the tall buildings on the Chicago campus of North- western University; and the many, many other plac which make Chi- cago famous. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylor and daughter Mary Lou of Diveron are visiting the format's sister Mrs. Roy Barber and family. The Parent Teachers Association held their regular meeting at the Chestnut High School on Wednesday night. An interesting program was given. Mr. and Mrs, Leonard McCann sad son Don, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Dunn departed on a trip to Foley, Alabama last Saturday to spend couple of weeks. The letter's daugh- ter Virginia is staying at the home of Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Strouse. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Colescott and son Prancis, Mrs, Wm Stolts of Clin- ton visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 0'Brien. Mrs. Aden Zeigler and baby daughter Phyllis Jcan of Blooming- ton re visiting at the home of her mother Mrs Clara Laughery and fmily. Mr. Arlis Marshall of Indiana re- turned home after visitin about two weeks with his brother John and family. Messrs. Donald Babb and Paul Schertz of Minier visited Misses Jeannette Laughery and Geraldine WIson Sundly afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford ellis of Beson are the parents of a son born Jan 5t t the home of the latter's Iarents, Mr. and Mrs. Jokn Schrishuhn. The 7th and 8th grade pupils took their final examinations Saturday, January 9th. Mrs. Vernis has been ill but is bet- ter at this writing. Mrs. Clara IAughery spent the week end in Minier with her daugh- ter Bessie who has been ill Chestnut M. E. Church Our choir will broadcast another program of sacred music over radio station WJBL next Sunday evening from 6 to 6:30. The choir has done much intensive practice during the last few weeks and has prepered a e program of anthems and hFmJ. The male quartet will also appear on the programs. After the broad- east, the choir and the orchestra dve a concert at 7:80 the me uing at the St. Paul's Methodist Church in Decatur. The choir will meet for rehearsal Friday evening at the home of A S. ehler and the orchestra will meet Saturday evening ,at the home of E. c. Myrk. The Womens Foreign Missionary ciety meets this week at the home of Mrs. Myrtice Lakin on Wednes- day afternoon. The Epworth Leaguers gttly on- Joyed their visit to the Mt Pulski League last Sunday evening. About a dozen of our young people met with the Leaguers of Mt Pulaski for the devotional service, which was led by Hilma Park. We are looking for- ward to their return visit, which they expect to make in a few weeks. LAKR IRK Charles Manley, Harold Stevens and wife returned home Iday from near Effinghm where they spent their holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Dickey and son Oscar of Me. Pulaski were callers t the Walter Manley home on Satur- day. lm. Joe Duskey and Mrs. Russell -Straiten dsited at the home of their At 'ENS REXALL DRUG 8YORE Ii,in;:ve elonglngs I The .Xl,re..iou "lares and l enatesf' Is used c,,lh,.tiely to d-m,te the per- sonal and individual behm;ings ill home whi,q ,mike i! distinctively one's hon|e. In ant.hat R-lue the l}tr+, w(re the |lO/I.'d(||tl(] g.lS, l  (lviti, d an. ce.tors or her-as; the penates were also glardi;{n deities of the h,)ttsehdd and the slate, but were nlore in the. nature of personilicati.ns of mtural powers, their duty being to brin wealth al3d plenty rather than to ward off danger. First Session of Congress On Wednesday, March 4. 178't. s,me of the members of each house of con. grass appeared and took their seats. A quorum was not presen in eitler house, so both adjourned. They met and adjourned from day to day until April I, upon which day a quorum was present -In the house of repre- sentatives, whereupon tt was organ- lzed. Upon Aprll 6 a quorum was present In the senate, and Its ofltcll buslne was begun. Shapes on Moon's Surface 'I the unaided eye dark areas ap- pear on the surface of the moon which suggest various shapes to the fancy. This is due to the fact that the moon's surface consists of so-called moun- rains and craters, as well as plalml. When the mountains of the moon re Illuminated by a strong crossllght, all long the terminator at sunrise and sunset, they are thrown into sharp re- lief, and are clearly visible. Rights in lnvmtiom A shop right Ia the right to use n Invention which is automatically ere- ated on behalf of the owner of the shop. when the invention is developed l such shop by an employee who uses the time and equipment of the shop for producing the invention. Such shop rights re non-asslgnabl and apply alone to Inventions per- talulng to the employer's husinm. Uninhabited lslanch Trlstsn da Cunha. tn the south t- lntlc, is one of s group of three small Islands. two of which are uninhabited. I This group Is believed to be the most isolated uninhabited group on earth. i The two uninhabited Islands re named Nightingale and Inaccessible. [ The Cocos. or Keeling, In the Intlln ocean, includes 20 islands, some of which have no inhabitant& i Concerninl Ch|mney8 Th bureau of agricultural engineer. lag says that, while a round chimney Is preferable to a square one, both are satisfactory. If chimney Is straight and the tr current Is strong, smoke Is likely to travel straight up. If it meets an obstruction, or if there Is only light draft, the currents will carry it up spirally. IFicturuque Now Mnxico The population of New Mexico has large percentage of Mexican origin. In many "towns Spanish Is the pint. 8emlaant language. "Phere are also numerous Indian pueblos where trav- elers may see a mode of life remark- ably different from that of their own. Non-Purring "Cats" All members of the cat family do not purr. The cheetah and tiger purr and the puma, or cougar, makes nolU similar to a purr. The follow- lng members of the eat family do not purr: Leopard, linD. llonem0 ocelot. serval and earaeal. Wud a Plghter weasel Is fearless and will at- tack any living thing if In the mood. whether provoked or not. There am verul raeerds of weasels atsetting horses. Am rule, however, they at- tack only small nlmals and fowls. Helpful Hum "Is it true that colors can afft health.*" asks a correspondent. By mental suggestion they may do so. Red, for tnstane t timulating, sun- shine yellow enllvmin[, and soft bln and mauves distinctly soothing. Tlmu,lnd of Plant Typm There are believed to be about 200,- 000 kinds of plant growing through- out the worlcL Darwin r,orded lag 20 species of flowering plants In a Mngla patch of turf thren by four feet aquarL---Gas Logic. Soul's Triumph Heroism Is the brilliant triumph of PAGE Handbook of American Great Shipping Polnt  says: *'Hospitality, Si.gapore iS not in India. but is a charity, was a cardinal principle town and island situa:ed at the s.u; h every Indian trihe. The ern extremity of the M:tl;ty penin{l:{, i malay pioneer exi)lorere and the most imi.,,'tant part of the cr,wn I from De Sot() and Coronado COlOlly Of t]I, 5trails Yettl+,ments. "fho and Barh)w, .loire Smith and port Is on of the most valuable of the grlms down to tile most recent minor {),ms of Great Britain, am are full of Instances of whoh It lies midway between India and pltallty towurd the whit e China, and forms the most Importan eomettmes at considerable cost to ! halting place on the trade route to the bot&" Far East. Explaining Glacial Periods The glacial peri,ds were caused by the expansion and southward move- mona of the great lee cap located in the Polar regions. Due to varying con- dttions of atmosphere nd temperature In the Polar regions, the lee broke away and spread, eovering eve;', thin In Its path and obliterallng a g:'*a! many of the traces of former geologl periods. Mystic! Made Useful The great mystics ,,f the M!,ldle ag were men and women of action. Even the tare surviving anchorltes were forced to Justify their existence by per- forming social dutte---statlon|ng them- solves near ferries or bridges or In pathless woods and remote valleys to offer help and hospitality to the chancc wtar@r. Anti-Typho|d Serum Irdtltahd Widal, t! native of Al- ale. ; and professor In the Paris fac- lt, collahoratc with Chautemesse In I trly work oa preventive vaecln IItg against typhoid fever, and made II IIrk by his di.covery of bacqerial Sltlon {n 13. and its appllca- UI the diagnosis of typhoid. 8Jr lallth Edward Wright' professor of ItlWloy. made typhoid vaccination IWaeUeable In 1 and 1897. Inocult. I1 over 8,000 soldiers In India In 18L OceD Tha mean level of the Pacific at the isthmus of Panama has been found to be about eight Inches higher than fl lama level of the Atlantic. ta the month of February the level are the mum, but throughout the rest of the , a account of eTenL tidal mid fluence. the mmm level of tim PitdlSe ranges above that of the At- lanfle. It Is as much as one foot hlgll. Of Ill October. Famous Frendk Sa[l Herve Rlel was  nile, who rove4 the French mluadreL wh@m beate at Cape Is Hogue and flying befora the English, by piloting It Into the harbor of St. Main (May 81, 1692). He wu so unconsclona of Um service Ire had rendered that, wh asked to name his reward Im begged few a day's holiday to see his wlfe. Iowtng In t86 wro the Riei." Caa s qNt# Grand conyon of the CololNtdo lID Grand Canyon National park, . offers what has been d k@ may as nature's greate sight. II la marvel of mtural precemm a do abyss era. trou the ages, by t tqve, and Its tremmdo sld gllptured In a panorama of color as4 ItMlmplring fantasy by tnturl of and raI - Dead'ly P'Ioh IS generally bellevml tht Ibe  the most &tngm'e,m fish. thit barratmd. lrgi. avag plk Ill  of the troptmi mut is me apt to attack ann that the shark. It laitlmost u larl as a twdvymoM IJ and Re mouth Is mb flat amy is Ukeiy to result ta permalmat /dury. S.q.ate gaglldt Helm tt la said of Swedeborg, ths falao mjrsUe, that the sloe, am of the Nna- lflih sCruck him so that In hls theologt- 1 mm with thouhtl! eomfldet SflOa he pvlded ti  with amtrate heaven fer tlumumlvm. lbbit'e Odd ;A Imbblt with one er ahortw e4ber was killed  NOW Orltl. 01 oar was noruml and the other about two Inch lonl It was thcml 'Ills ii rabbit had  an  flint It w growing tlt tlke the tag a lttard. Some AdventBe the soul over the fl4mh, that Is to say, (leerigo 8and," said Hotrich HolM, over fear--fear of p@vqty, of suffer. ! qL Indeed, as beautlf M the Vmg lag, of calumny, elf tunes& of ioneiL I do Mllo, and has the additional d- ne and of death.--&mleL vantage of being much young. -- uldltnlkokMsDzl. Wdl Vhlbl. it, Met Oreat Wall of Chin, wltl s rista and turns of 200 miles, prob- ably Is the only work o man' sands which would be vlslble to Um luman e from the moon, Student - qnulnar" is a group of gtudenta ngaged under an Instrueter 14 orlg- llml rmeareh In a particular Hie and Ut exposition of the results by tlete and l,eture. Publle Must Appr.lst. Thm Artists may produce excellent de Idl  they will avail little unies the taste of the public II mafllelently t,ltlvated to appreciate, them.- Mason. Mendlnl Broken China A splendid cement for broken china Is made by mixing pter of paris with the white of an egg until the consistency of a cream. Ltest Alm4hae Insulin Is used now to Increase the weight of thin person, because of the mormous appetite It produc.-43e& Her's Weekly Lie Works Swiftly If often happens that If a lie be be- lleved only for an hour, It has done Its work and there Is no further oceloll for It.--Swtfl. Crlit Ap With Cunning Among the natives of Africa the b ilef IS that apes are men who refuse to peak In order not to be. obliged to work. Discovery of Cidcle The chewing gum Industry datu from about 1860, when an American Inventor. while making an unsuece ful attempt to vulcanize the tp of the sopola tree for rubber substitute, dleoverad similarity of chicle to tpruco and cherry gums, whleh hither. to had been the male chewing lmowa. Uncover Ancient The skeleton of a woman, to be a prophetess of Hungary, attached to the pet-or Septlmos Severu was near Chalons-sur-Saone Fiance, InK the plowing of feld, tombs formed of rough lava, were covered. One of them contatm.d bones of very tall woman crown of Iron tipped Dietary An appllcant for the claim questloned by :ergeant on the ground that he owner of received no rent from past. **Of course retorted the Indignant *mr t'.,-r;v-| ain'l a letln. Sydney. N. R, W. r;ver r.'-de Like 12.o! F,.t I, ,> In 'l',.nno-n caused hy a change in the eour  the 9,Ils:gspp! flyer, I formPr bo,I s ..,.,,-:,t,.,l from the of lhv river ta a lake. It is Io,-ared la n,,hwo,t eornar of Tennm part of Its area also II of Kcntucky. Carpe:s Aeet Sound 'the htirtn{u of s;andards ty8 1 carpPts and rugs absorb Iun4 havP tbP effPct of reducln the beretlon time of room. the floor covering In choir average size would hardly enough to have any pen the reverberntlon In as whole. Musicians far to have their Inll bare and reverberant. Twain at Hb Bet Mark Twain hunter. To n request for one sent this letter: "To ask , builder or sculptor for would be In no way rud of these for speclm however, is qulte Weul4 never be fair tO Uk a for erie of his corps hlU by." The letter Nellflails dykes whlch mqands from the North sea In emm p baek .to are ralsod lflgh-water mark and m at the top for canal. They re tooted by stone and at the more artificial laden with stones. dyke la seaward slope 80 feet wide are way. Imeudo-ience t wt theology, illturn of that t ev-j, Im  the pow t tt the herb bears t deb It my ghat parUeular lllni ! IItNtehiag from the Asotl, a wag raeid out Jtumer to obtain it m ot the dlstam tim two ,qda's Onton was test i IYM from lllhl tslahds. Thl Ill 117 John Earle Imay, which i !  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