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THURSDAY FEBRUARY 11, 1932 i SOUTH THE MT. tUI,AS;I TIM]I, lilT. P ".&apos; -- ";- i,' L:'N:gf=, ? LOGAN CO. NEWS CHESTNUT Miss Prudence Swain is visiting in Chicago with her parents Dr. and Mrs. W. Swain. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Koenig were Springfield visitors on Sunday. The Parent, Teachers Association will give a program on Friday nite February 19 at the Chestnut High School. The program is being ar- ranged by the teachers and pupils of the grade school Aer the progTam there will be a Jitney Supper, every <one invited. Mr. and Mrs. Leollard McCarm -and son Don, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. "Dunn returned from Toley, Ala- lmma last Thursday where they en- joyed a three weeks pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. C.G. GaUagher spent the week end in Lincoln with hs mother. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Gallagher and Mrs. W. G. Smith attended the Eas- tern Star Meeting at Mt: Pulaski on "Monday night. Mrs. W. G. Smith and Miss Ethel Smith were guests in Beason with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. W: Sullivan on Tuesday and shopping in Lincoln in the aittllull There will be a Basket Ball game betwen Chestnut and Emden Wed- nesday night Feb.-10. BUCKLES CORNER Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bohn and fam- iily called on Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lit- terly Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John F.arhart spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rickords. Dr. Oscar Zelle and family of gpringfield were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. John Tendick and family. Miss Irene Sargeant and Mr. John Sargent visited over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Litterly, Jr. Mrs. Dennion and Mrs. Man Tur- ner of Lake Fork spent Monday af- tentoon with Mrs. Roy Moore. The Buetles Community" club met at the thool house Feb. 5. Bhe first feature of the evening was a deU- pot luck supper served by Mrs. 'ilieo Adermam Mre. Chu. Schald mid Earl Potter. The following sup- per and busme in, mien, followed AND VIC]I00iTY Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tomasini who e'_-ently moved to Line:An attehded +he John D. ScEonover sv, le on Mon. Mr, and 3I:'s+ Gus Bartel. visited near Mr. Pulaski on Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul tlcCain. __ Mr. and .Ms. D. C. Humphreys, Mi:s M.,ruerito Humphreys and Ross Itumphrey,, attended the funer- al of E. W Read in Br,,adweI1 Sun- day afternoon. Eugene Snyder spent Wednesday night in Mr. Pulaski with Rev. and Mrs. Btout. Miss Mildred Patterson spent Wed- nesday with friends in Mt. Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil French and family of Lincoln spent Sunday after noon with his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. E. French. Mrs. Chas Wood called on Mrs. Harry Brewer Saturday afternoon= Mrs. Fratik Woland was a caller al- so in the Brewer home. Harry Lessen of Beason is visit- ing with Cletus French. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby French spent Sunday in Lincoln with her mother Mrs. Jennie Seibert. Mrs. Harry Larson's "mother re- mair< quite ill. Mr. and Mrs, Eli Brouhton spent Sunday evening with Mrs. Anna Brcughton. Ernest Haak x-as a Sunday caller at the C H. Wood home. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby French spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Billy Britch. The Ladies' Aid feel very grateful for the money made at the Frank Tomasini and John D. Schonover sales and also for the Mndness of Mrs. Tomasini and Mrs. Schonover. LAKE FORK n Religious Unbelln# Infidel Is a ter:, g!veu to dlsbeLlev- era In religion by those who do ll ,;leve, rather than by thpmselves. AI Infidel hi one who does not believe ht religion, or. often in the particular rell,lon of thosb about hhn. An athe- Ist Is one who dontes the existence of God; while an agnostic Is o! who professes ignoram e as to whethei or not there may be a God, a future existence, etc and who often that man cannot possibly prove the matter either way. The Inventor el, the term agnostic was Thomam Huffi 1 ley.--431eveland Plain 13qmler. t C Rigs I Dipping eggs in mineral oil eals the i pores in the shell and thus prevents to a l&rge extent the evaporation of water from the egg. Most of the proc- essed e:gn are placed in cold storage if tbey are to be hem for any length of time. The process, therefore, is not primarily designed to replace cold stor- nge, but rather to prevent deteriora- tion in the quality of enid-storage eggs. Sighting Submarines If the sea is ,-alru and the air is per- fectly clear, it is pebble for an alr- plane to see a submarine which is sub- merged 50 and 60 feet, Only under thee fav,r,l)ie clrcums'ances Is this possible. Traveling depths of subma- rines vary The newer type subma- r:ne submores about  feel Prehistoric Remalnt Footprints or tie gtant Imperial mammoth are imbedded along with the three-toed sloth and prehistoric birds, in the prison yard near Carson-City, Nev. The remains of some of the pre- historic animals found there are in the Smlthsonlan Institute. Sparkliag v41ndows After windows have been washed with etesr water, rewash with a charnels dipped in a gallon of luke. war w water to wbteh hat been added two teaspoons of kerosene. Your task Is finished; no need to rub dryJtmt watch the results. t Earth's Distaa From The distance of the planet from the earth varies from 85,000,000 to 247,000.000 miles. It th'efore re- quires from 188 tO 128 icond$ light from tim planet to reach the earth, depending upon the relative Im- sltlons. I $k tim Cldldre= Cimaldering the alnomlt of InformsUou available on the mtbJeet of eMld guidance, the  mt with a program. The  arrang by Miss Gdetchen Stennett, Mrs. Oar Riekords and Mr. Oswald Brooker: Piano and Cornet duet by Miss Ruth S and John Stewart Chambers of Springfield. Reading--20em " Rickord. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stulta and ehil- dren of Hartsbuiw were here Sunday with their parents and other rela- tives. Mr. Orville Donavon moved from this place yesterday to the Tom My- ers faith where he is employed for this season. Mrs. Inez Munyon spent the latter part of last week with her daughter Mrs. Orville Sehrader and family. James and C. I Coats went to De- catur on business on Men&iF. Mrs. James Rob/son is on the" sick list this wee] Piano Solo---Helen Broolmr. Springfield visited homefollm Mint. Dialo"Plm C1tble 3errant', day. Ovald Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. Ommr There was a surprise prty at the B.iekords. home of Willis Gaffney last Tuesday Vocal Solo---Mrs. Oswald Brooker. evening, it being his birthday. Quite MunicMiss Stemlet Mr. Chambers a crowd attended and all reported a Dialogue, "Tradin' Horses"---Mr. good time. mid Mrs. Rickords. Mrs. Hampton Mileham and ehil- Vocal Solo--Betty Jean Brooker. dren of L/ncoln visited his mother Piano and Violin duet by Miss and family Mrs. flames Duim. Ruth Stennett and John Chambers. Political campaign meeting with D. Riekords as Presidential Cati- on tim Independent ticket, gi- by the committee, music by Miss Stennett and John Chambers. The last number of the program was a historical sketch of the life of . Washington, written and direc- by Miss Gretchen Stennett Ind given by the  of the 8eheoL The teacher and pupils deserve much credit for the manner of presentation and costumes of the play, the closing feature of it being the playing of talm by John Chambers, following the unveiling of the George Washing- ton portrait sent to the school by the George Wmhingon Be-centennial oommission. The portrait has been :framed by the teacher and pupils. The next meeting of the club will be March 4 with the high school of this vicinity in charge of program and Mrs. Ed Mielum OScar Riekord and Roy Moore charge of refreshments. IRENCH,8 CHAPEL Mrs. Pred Wurth emma/ned le. and friends Satulday even- in honor of Mr. Wurth's h/rth. A very pleasant evening wls in music and games, later were served. All depart. wishing him many mole hapl Homer Tarbox came home Monday lie guided about far enougll to till to sTend a few days with his flthar their parents wieiher the expertl ire M. F. Tarbex. right.Indianapolis Newt. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Wilalid loft t Monday to spend a few dllyl with But They Ca't CollM " his sister Mrs. Seyler Patterson near l;awnlng." sa:,  a medical man, Latham. provlt the line. and contours of tbo face." Possibly there ate many young S. H. Coats who is eufployed in men who can recall a glrl who own them something for beauty trtmtmli --Toledo Blade. Pm'tugM'* Monlm Portugal has ,me 9:L264 miles of colonial possesMons and after England and France. II I in,siena are greater than those of and the Netherlands. Old Hym Yuneo Many of tim old hymn ; .'n nafned for their composers, .t.ers tli the writere of the word& Some Ile named for plaee with which there ti a connection. AUSTIN TOWNamP Vera Spaiigier was the guest of Florenee Ran on Sunday. Miss Margaret lsenor arrived Sat- urday at the home of her sister Mrs. Gee. Heilman for an extensive visit. Power Ve, ti it, Houe* The house of representatives, ti der the Constitution, has the power to impeach a President of thl United States. Plant "Faeds" el lnsocta The Sundew plant, growing wheal ll- trogtm hi deficient, obtains Its needed supply bl ensnaring and digesting llv Plantr lnmme! Pedantry crams our heads w#b learned lumber, and takeS out or brains to make room for It.--@oltdd- Make the Best e It One should try not m be distresat about anything, and to take all ttt happ for the best.Patuml. Europe's Olmt Race Basques of Spain are said to be the oldest race mirvivlng in Eu. Great Map lloctlt Rev. Ball observed his 65th mile- stone Monday. A number of his par- ish called at the parsonage with a :mall donation of "foods". Mr. and Mrs. James Christy re- turned to their home in West Salem Saturday. They have been working in this locality the PaSt two years. The W. M. A. will meet at the home of Mrs. Henry Davis Wednes- day evening. A pot luck supper will be served before the meeting. Several from this community st- '-ended Mrs. Zah Clark's piano recit- al Friday evening at Decatur given, at the Woman's Club Building. Mis- ses Florence Ran and Esther Heitt were on the program. Pive patrons visited the Lake Vimv School the past week. A Washington t rogram will be given on the evtm- ins of Feb. 22nd by the patrons alid  a fl.000 maps in tilt grslt pupihl, t National library in Par'hi. About a dozen members of the  (learing" Away tim Rut Mt. Pulaski Chapter Order of Eaa- i 8und clears away tim  of rite tern Star motored to Decatur on Sa whole wnek. AddltmL urday evening to attend the banquet ., , and reception given in holier of Mrs. Emma c. lta., of Co, rand Buy Ytm"  of and Mrs. Blout spent Wed- worthy matron and her stiff of fir- with Mr. mid Mrs. (blear Ri- teen  whieh was held in in the afternoon the ladiltMastfi e_ temple. Covere .. At Lnd/es' Aid at the home of or zOO guests at dinner. Cha Wood. .he Ze.00 of .a 'gNS REXALL I t . nenaeemn of Mtekhmw mat te Im hat left arm ij. wk end at the home ef Mr. real nleely. ,-,,. seward MemU DRUG :o:i Penny Ante i:+: ): ;.: ;*: By LEETE STONE i: I,'/tNGER wA a .iu;lll /o','n way t1') |I0:1 |" |l{O t[ ";! t,1: f!;t |t b,q [*.r wller winlers tt r.l'e :41ill V:II:"t" "|'l'Ve WAS 21 tl'iO Ol tilllt  llH}>it'?#'il Ilftlf*ltIS (llI Onr* of lhv Id2 lpoi- lhH h';F*{*l';lll iile Slllte i!'-[l%t'13 wlti,.ti F:!I ,'il',vlTn WItS follr ailll a half Ii t'f liti*tll lho levol (if .h(" .M,low:i'k t! *" - t!'.o ll{=ti ]ilTlil of (JF,+InTiq TM *'lll *V]:Ift * "I'Lo gllile rll;i,1 W,i I ! Wo, l of t'Otll'T#'l l)lll llt ldoWJrl: [tttl'v IltD'llV" (,pod the conorele fFoIlt l li'<+'ltl!lOr tO MarclL Till* ,vlnte, r5 wore laklqt a; ;l tt:;llli'r tJI c'tJure tjy llie fallivr4 alld Inttlhtws of Oraliger. ]'lie fa:hcrs ri,ad aoli It,asted Mlppered fl.el in Ilie eVt*lillig. The motbers sewed : or also rt';id : bolh retired e,trly and rose early i,, face an- ,,t|lVr hri2hl cloar da) ,if Iwl,Jt z.ro i teuilsralure. l,'er diflt.rent was tile feelin lilnlllii the fell" younglors in Sllllllllel llley e,uht drive in I.akeside and ,lackman, see movies, dance canoe, play tennis. listl and generally enjoy life. So the long winter as nothing less titan anathema to them. Five if them. t|ir(,c Imys aim two girls, l,ad formed a Iillle unofficial ,.tique lli:ll ltr:tved ihe bitter Willd and snow llll'{ a Wet "ll+ S;lIllrl|a3 Ill,lit. to talk and challer of lhe suinmer's games and [)loasures. at their respec- tive hoUue. II was pretty dull, but f1 was tetter ilion notldng in F'ehrm*ry, lids lmriicular winter. ,Gloria Ames returned from school in the East. There had been a fire In the st'heel's big dormltor and the pupils were temporarily released toi a few weeks until restoratto, n could be eJected. Gloria was different. She was pretty, charming, vivacious--the life of any party. She had gone to coun- try school with all the Little cliques of boys and glrls She noticed with a flUsh of pleasure that Harry Hanson, who had always carried her books, aml been most devoted, had turned out to MT. PULASKI WOMAN'S CLUB <2 :,c. ; Washington Bicenten- a? c e;'h,x of tT:e Mt. Pulaki Wv- .  ,i;:b -.: be held in the Amer-   i  on Friday afLer- lh , [.. IIsands of club mere- .: - o Bu:ine s Men's club are i,-itefi ( this meetir which will .}t t at 2:30 o'cl ck when the ,r,,lie,in ;rogram will )e gven: 'K hmton's Inauzuraton March. Natk nal Anthem. Pledge of Allegiance x) the Ftas. American Citizenship :Mrs. Wlter Sams, Chairman. Music--3Irs, W. C. Hamilin, Lin- coln. AddressJ. B. 31aline, Hammond, Indiana. Colonial Tea. Committee--Mrs. George Sued- meier. Mrs. T. A. Scroggin, Mrs. E. K. Connolley, Mrs. A. W. Schaffen- acker, Mrs. Wilfard Scroggin, Mrs. W. G. Kautz, Hostesses--Mrs E. O. Mayer. Mr. George F. Schafer, Mrs. J. Will Smith, Mrs. Katie Bloye, Mrs. Ira Veail, Miss Della Anderson and Mrs. Celia Volle. :o:-- ELECTED OFFICER Uriah Tendick of this city was elected secretary-treasurer of the L-an C,unty Soybeali Council at the annual meeting held in the Farm Bureau office in Lincoln on Saturday. Other officers elected were: Presi- dent, Adolph Gehlach. Lincotn; vice- *:resident, Fred Zimmerman San Jcse. Councilmen elected were Arth- ur Applegate , Atlanta; Charles And- erson. New Holland: Carl Kurtz, Broadwelt and Charles Schmitt, Bea- .sorl. Arrangements were made to attend the meeting of the nois Soybean Association to be held in Decatur in the near future. ------col GRADE SCHOOL TOURNAMENT Mt. ]ulaski, Litham, Elm Grove, Atlanta, Chestnut, Orphan's Home, by prizes, were awarded Frank Slims and Miss Anna res f'ectively. The )ciety will not meet Lent. The regular meeting of the NiL, J club was he|d on the of Feb 5. in the home of Mr. Mrs. Harry Wells. Tables were ranIed for 500 aml h0nol warded to Mr. and Mrs. Ruvp, Mr and Mrs. William John Stoll and Mrs. W. W. This club will nt meet again after Easter Sunday. Illinois farmers were feeding per cent more cattle on than at any time in 1931, it by the state and federal of griculture. Kipling's Famou* Lino The piwase, "the dawn comes up ! thunder outer China 'ernst is a gtraphical liberty whlch ling io.k in writing his fame|is If you Imve watcimd for aeross a broad stretch of know how suddenly the sun above the horiz,,n |the. It comes-v the suddennes. of tm;:,!er. example of how llull(sMble it ll ways to lake ilteraily s speech fotlnd ill a tloeat.--Washhi Star. Comet's Next Vi, it Remote ftalloy's conief iilil il 'tylII'S. "]il( l;l:ol a[*ti:qlval*,ue %$'11111 ]910. 191<l A! ril l!t nf ihnl l);issOd w]ihiii TtT, I}!iLl!(i sun, The vMo.ily ,,f [lie couiel tids. It ileiirsl lllqii'mch was 3t nlll, s p,r .*+,:'ln/L (in May ]010. lhe POlih-I lias:ed 000 miivs of the Plirth, al the tall had a h.l tli of 000 miles. It Is due to return Not a One-Man Idea The c::vhqwdia .f that no one Individual nated as the orlghmlor of the sehool system. As the became organized, the teaching children tn of those of substantially tainments produced the or graded school. When a la gradual R Is dlmeult to give mr@dR to any one individuaL be tall, handaome and intelligent. The first Saturday night after her return the group gathered at Gloria's! house. They found a big round taMe}New Holland, Elkhart and Middl In the living room, surrounded by ldxl town schools will compote in the.an- chairs; with a pack of cards in the" nual an un 1 Log Go ty Grade School eeatee, and a little cylindrical roll Basketball Tournament which ,=4n k, paper covered whleh had on It la ...... . ).. '" " black letters. =50 cent&" neiq m various seeuons ot the coun- "Folks. hurr and gather round. ty on Feb. 15, 18, 19 and 20. We're going to play penny ante,poker. I Trophies will be awarded to win- The stake are my treat this time. I ners of first, second and third places. When anyone loses the tifty cents they I Herman Conrady of Broadwell and drop out. When anyone wlns fifty they ', George S. Derringer of Mt. Pulaski drop ooL The Hmit bet Is iwo cents, will officiate. oilowing is tha sehe- I had quite a time converting Dad and dule: | Mother; but ! finally showed them It BABI Lltham Feb. 15, Till0 P. M, I Game No.'lMt. Pulasld vs La-: than, New Holland Feb. 18, 6:45 P. M. Game No. --Eim Grove vii Win- ner game No. 1. j Game No. g--Atlanta w G-'hestnt When Game No. 4--Orphan' Home vs New Holland. - Game No. 5--Elkhart v Middle- town. Atlanta Feb. 19, 7 P.M. l Game No. 6--Winners game 2 ands are Cr-ae No. 7Winners games 4 and 5 Mt. Pnhudd, lb. 0 7 P.M. &BY  D  setotu at Game No. g--Lsers game 8 and 7 ma.y mean 0oil. for third .  Hew would Game No. 9--Winners of gamtl 8 and 7, for ehanioiwhip. --:o:----.-- For tim protli.tton GOOD WILL SOCIETY The Good Will Society of St. Them let it he an as Aquinlll Cathol church held their influmlm will regular monthly memg on Sstur- who day afternoon with Mrs. H. B. l!It lted as hostess, The meeting w held in  have the home of Mrs. W. F. Binder, Fob lowing a short lmaLrm mmdon tables were arranged for  High honors we won by Mrs. lank Buehler and the consolation and boo- KRATZER'S PLACE A GOOD PLAGE TO BUY YOUR Alfalfa Meal Chick MMh/ was the same as ff we Paid fifty een fo go to a movie or a dance or for a boat to tt a couple of hours .... Now sit down ! Anyone that doesti't know the value of the nand will find It on thLe piece of paper." Gloria laid a slip of paper that was a slice af Hoyle itself in the center of the table. Harry Hanson had played many a game of penny ante in the back room of the store; but despite all his knowl. edge of human nature, drawing, and all the eiementa of aoker, he ltmt hla fifty tents in an hour; quietly dropped out and pulled hhi chalr around behlnd Gloria, who seemed to be the eon- slateat winner. Aceot'ding to Gloria's sptfleattoml the game was over at ten thirty ; and every one, tmmre and win. rlerl wore s smlle, seemed to be livened up. Harry beckoned Gloria into the hall as the others were in animated conver- lotion over their losses and winningt. l've got Dollfs son Dan hitched to the blue cutter tonight Gloria. You remember Doily. ColL Gloria P' "VII come. Harry." Gh,rhi whispered. ILrhlp snow bathed In moonlight ; the mnsical tinkle-tinkle of tiny eutter bells; the muffled hoofbeats of a swl/ horse and the swish ,,f bright steel runners all eontzbuted sweetly to thla north country romance. "GI.ria. dear Gloria." Harry mur. tmumd its they sped into the radiant beauty of the four eorne, uPieaso 4ty you'll marry me." "Oh, Harry, thhi l pretwerotml7 midden. Can't we make eonrtshlp last |onger? Tell yea what! Let's play penny ante every Saturday night until one or the other of us holds a royal flush. Then !'11 amlwer you." '2ay,'" mld Harry a trifle bitterly. "d'y,u kn,w how nfteti a royal flush turns up a lifetlmeY' AB of which explall the tense me- men in the group game_the following Saturday night. Ginrit had olaed with Jacks or better. All but Harry Hanson bad dropped out when he rabmd the opener, a penny before lng cards. Harry drew one card. Gloria drew two. "Up to you'" Harry lid with 8 qeeer look in his eyes. "Two cents!" Gloria promptly ln- trlbuted. "*And two more.*" "And two more !" "I'll call youJult to save yore. money ; because It'S the first time In my life l've held the unbeatable hand. Bad 'era and weep; or better tllL re- member your promlseI" Harrl lald It eard down in flout of Oloria one at a time. "I drew the queen,  he wblspered a little awed. They read, fr.m top to bottom, the ace, king, queen, ack and ten spot of diamonds s royal fhmh! Gloria chucked her three aces slid two kings into l he discard and stalled im Harry Hnm,n's eyes In a way tlmt made lltm strangely bllarloll. Meat Scrap Egg Mash Oatmeal Shorts Salt FLOUR Call 139 Calfmeal Bran