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PAGE SIX C | !admitted in the confession that ounty News i irbbed the Stelse store, they CIIARLES LICENSED TO WED A marriage license was issued in Lincoln Saturday o Frank W. Hin- man, 23, of Broadwell, and Ruth McGee, 21, of Broadwell. 4LINCOLN HIGH PLAYS ANOTHER TIE GAME Lincoln Community High School's football team seems to have a weak- ness for "ties," that is keeping them from a high rating in the win column. Last Friday they played another tie game with Peoria Manual, 12 to 12. BEASON H. S. PRINCIPAL DISLOCATED JAW BONE Principal V. Manley of the Beason Community High School received a dislocated cheek bone Wednesday of last week while engaged with stu- dents in tossing a football about. He was given medical attention in Lin- coln. ELKHART GIRL HONORED AT LINDENWOOD COLLEGE Miss Ethel Gard Barry, a gradu- ate of the Elkhart Community High School, has been elected treasurer of the Home Fonomics aub at Lin- denwood College, St. Charles, Mo and was one of the hostesses a a delightful tea which the club gave recently in the college club room. ABSENT BALLOT VOTING LARGEST IN HISTORY More than 300 absent ballot voters mailed in their ballots to County Clerk C. C. Tull to be distributed to the various polling precincts where they were entitled to vote. This is the largest vote of this kind in the history of Logan county. ,BEVAN-HOBLIT CASE IS GOING INTO FOURTH WEEK The Bevan vs. Hoblit ease, which has been occupying some twenty days of the attention of the jury now in session, resumed its investigation yesterday following a recess granted by Judge Lindley last Friday evening due to the fact that some of the jurors were on election boards. PREMIER MALT AND PABST FIIRMS MERGE Harris Peristein, president of the Premier Malt Company, Peoria, has announced the merger between the Premier Company and the Pabst JCorporation, :Milratlkee malt and brewing concern. Details of the business consolidation were not made public NEW HOLLAND LOSES OPENER TO EASTON 25-14 On Friday night, November 4th, Eastol!.High School defeated New Holland 25 to 14 in the initial buo ketball start for both teams this sea- IN ATLANTA SUNDAY Charles F. Ross, 68, died at his home in Atlanta Sunday, November 6. 1932, after an illnes of several days. Death resulted from compli- cations due to a paralytic stroke. FRED C. STALLBOHM HAS FOOT BROKEN Fred C. Stallbohm, Lincoln con- tractor, received a broken foot, and Carl Wreber, carpenter, sustained slight bruises Saturday when the men were knocked from a scaffold while at work at the Super Service filling station on Broadway. NEW HOLLAND FUTURE FARMERS WIN AGAIN The New Holland Future Farmers of America made heavy winnings at the Auburn Community Fair and Farmers' Institute held recently. The oltowing boys exhibited products: Arthur Blaum, Robert Becker, War- ren Gallagher, Lloyd Viers, Howard Krueger. Frank Warren, William Osborn, Raymond Lemme and Ho- bert Kohl. GAMBLE STORE, LINCOLN, IS DAMAGED BY FIRE Loss of approximately $750 was caused by fire. smoke and water at the Gamble Store, crner Broadway and Chicago streets, Lincoln, at 6 o'clock Saturday evening. An over- heated furnace in the basement was responsible for the blaze. A small quantity of merchandise stored in the basement was damaged . KNOX COUNTY HUSKER WON THE STATE TITLE Carl Seller, of Knox county, Thurs- day, November 3d, tossed out 32.026 bushels of corn in 80 minutes to ,&'in the state corn husking championship contest on the E. E. Lamb farm near Monticello, Piatt county. Orville Welch, of Piatt county, last year's national champion, was second with 31.778 bushelm Harlan Kohn, of Christian ootmty, shucked 31.536 bushels for third place; Harold Holmes, of Henry county, had 31.178 for fourth; and Ernest Rehm, of Marshall, had 31.172 for fifth place. OUTSTANDING STUDENT IN VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE Robert Cooper of New Holland, vice-president of the Future Farm- era of America, Section 10, was one of the outstanding students in voca tional agriculture nd the winning of the priz trs offered by the AN ton railroad will make it possible them to attend tlib fifth annual con: vention of the Future Farmers of America and the seventh annual Na- tional Congress of vocational agri- culture students while at the Ameri- can Royal Live Stock Show, Kansas City. Hear Through Bone i Miss Mac Wagner, New York, demonstrates the new devise per- "fccted by Dr. Hugh Lieber, where- by the deaf can hear through the conduction of sound through the bone structure o;f the head, instead oE the ear. BOWLING NEWS Mt. Pulaski Dubs. Fuhrer ....... 146 145 128 Romer ...... -/153 165 158 Harper ....... 143 166 119 Rothwell ...... 131 146 207 484 Dillsaver ...... 211 148 166 525 Handicap ...... 40 40 40 120 Totals ...... 824 810 818 2452 Lincoln Elks. Primm _ ..... 138 146 221 505 Webster ...... 137 166 181 484 Sinkovetz ...... 176 176 243 595 Aldendifer .... 144 134 160 438 Bouillon ...... 135 141 174 450 Totals ...... 730 763 979 2472 Good company as a night nurse. Heywood Broun. THE TIMES-NEWS, MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS ARMISTICE PROGRAM AT LINCOLN Howard C. Knotts, of Springfield, .vast vice commander of the Illinois Department American Legion, ,&'ill deliver the annual Armistice Dav [address on the community progTam at the Lincoln Community High School building the morning of Fri- day, November llth. The Logan Legion Band will play, and ex-service men will parade to the High School preceding the 11 o'clock ceremony, followed by Mr. Knotts' address. Mr. Knotts. an ace in the Ameri- can flying corps during the World War, is chairman of the state Amer- ican Legion committee on aviation. During the war he was forced down, captured and escaped from a Ger- man prison camp. Mr. Kntts is now a prominent Springfield attorney. $20,169,295 COLLECTED BY STRATTON'S OFFICE Springfield, IlL--Fees collected by Secretary of State William J. Strat- O ' " t ns office m the first ten months of 1932 aggregate $20,169,29558. Of this sum the automobile department collected $16,935,303.70, and the cor- poration department $3,158,739.55. Automobile license plates sold to- tal 1,490,327. Of this number 1,309,- 1388 are passenger cars and 180,939 are trucks. In addition to the col- 419 lection of these fees, which are au- 476 thorized by law, Secretary of State 428Stratton has earned and turned into the state treasury $41,666.17 in in- terest on state funds in the posses- sion of his office. Disappointed Candidate: "And I thought sure I heard the voice of the people calling me." Friend:--"It must have been your- self thinking out loud." Alone, our work is of little worth; Together we are the lords of the earth; So it's all for each and it's each for all-- United we stand r divided we fall. READY CASH For Any Worthy Purpose It is our business to loan money to people for purposes such as the purchase of furniture, payment of rent or other bills, clothing, or as in case of the farmer, to buy implements, stock and furnish extra money to tide him over until the next crop is placed on the market. ! i I I i i m m a m i i i ! I i i i If you need MONEY. clip out and sign this advertisement and mail it to us. Our representative will call at your home and explain our plan. You will not be obligated. NAME .......... 2 .............................................. STREET or ROUTE .... .  ..................................... CITY ...................................... COUNTY ........... AMOUNT WANTED $ ...... Frank Froschauer Is Making Good At Frank Froschauer, of Illini halfback playing his second ! "Where There's a Will." Big Ten conference game as a regu- lar, scored his second touchdown Saturday at Madison, Wisconsin, when he caught a pass from Git Ber- ry on Illinois' 38 yard line and raced $30 "'=,.m to the goal line. Frankie carried the ball on three- fourths of the Illinois plays from scrimmage and alternated with Pete passes.Yanuskus in receiving forward I SILENT Froschauer carried the ball 20 times from scrimmage, for a net' gain of 80 yards, and an average of 4 yards fr every play. He also completed three forward passes for 60 yards, thus personally a'counting .for a total of 140 yards gained against the Badgers. His cut-backs THURSDAY, NOVEMBER I through tackle gave him gains 16, 9, 7, 6, 5, 5, 4, 4, and lllini yards. Lincoln,  Senior Class Play, November ASK YOUR GROCE FOR A CAN OF The Ideal Cleanser.. GOFF FUNERAL HOME "TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" PHONE LINCOLN 1234 Swift & Morris Creamery Butter 22 NDERHILUS ! !o MAR K ET PigsFeet 5c neless Swiss Steaks 18c Fresh Side Pork 10c --. Oysters&Fish CLOSE AT NOON FRIDAY Sugar Cured Hams THIS WEEK WE ARE FEATURING FRESH FRUITS VEGETABLES BUTTER GOLD BANANAS LBS. 19o TEXAS 6EEDLE88 Grapefruit .... 4 F 22 son. The losers battled on even terms the first half, avhich ended 10 o 9 for the winners, but in the third quarted Easton pulled away to a 20 to 10 advantage. EMDEN HIGH WILL NOT HAVE BASKETBALL TEAM Emden fans will not be privileged to witness any high school basketball n their own town the coming winter months due to the fact that Coach Dickey- has decided that it would be usless to try to compete with the shortage of material they have this season. EPWORTH LEAGUES WILL MEET IN LINCOLN NOV. 11 Members of the Dpworth League of the Methodist Episcopal churches of Beason, Mt. Pulaski, Chestnut, Clinton, Harmony, Kenney and La- tham, wilt meet at 6:30 o'clock Fri- day evening, November llth, at the First Methodist Episcopal church in ,Lincolr The affair will be the first d3f a series of group meetings to be held in these various communities. Supper will be served following program. TWO WERE NABBED FOR BROADWELL BURGLARY Two youths who are charged with .robbing stores at Chandlerville and at Brvadwell, were arrested by city detectives last Thursday night at a restaurant in Springfield and a quan- tity of loot recovered. Donald McArthur, 20, and Ken- neth Upp, 19, both of Chandlerville, confessed robbLng Otto Stelse's store at Broadwell, and Harvey McGuire's store at Chandlerville, to Detectives John Keegan, Fred Doerfler and Austin Jones, the officers sai& They BUD N' BUB INSTITUTE AND CORN SHOW AT ELKHART TUESDAY MAMMOTH A Household Science Club Institute and Corn Show will be held in the .Elkhart Community High School gymnasium next Tuesday evening, November 15th. There will be an exhibit of canned goods, aprons and I quilts. Ribbons will be given in the county contest and money prizes in the state contest. Mrs. MeNabb, of Decatur, will be the afternoon speak- er, and will also serve cs judge, and Miss Brooks, ,cf Springfield, will be the evening speaker. The public is cordially invited and urged to attend. I l LETTERS AND NUMERALS EARNED IN COMPETITION Letters and numerals earned in compctiticn last year were awarded to Lincoln Community High School students at a special assembly held last Friday Letters were also awarded to the following students: Senior Numerals. W. BlickTrack, Cross-Country. Cliff BowenFootball. John Charter--Track. Dan CummingsFootbalL William DebelakTrack. Paul Dovitr---Football. William DuffFootball. George Deane--Football. Carl Hall--Football. Charles HelmFootbatl. Merl HoaglandFootball. Bartlett House--Football. Herbert Lenz--Football. EMward MaloneyTrack. George MartinBasketbalL E. MetelkoFootball, Basketball. John MillerTrack. Virgil Yeates--Football. Adolph YagowTrack. L. QuisenberryBasketball. Stanley Woods--Debate. 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