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rllRnav. nv,(BER 17 1932 Lincoln&apos;s Famous Address Given 69 "gears Ago Sixty-nine years ago Saturday, November 19n, Presiuent Abraham Linecln dedicated a portion of the Gettysburg battlefield in Pennsyl- vania as a final resting .place torl those who there gave their lives that ' this nation migh survive- In a few paragraphs that have since become immortalized through- out the world, the nresident spoke l the keynote of the struggle to save the union and set apart for all time as a shrine the historic acres where the Union Army turned the tide of the Civil War. l Today among hundreds of graves, i known and unknown, stands a mag- i nificent monument marking the site i of the temporary .latform upon which the president stood, i And in the surrounding hills and: fields are hundreds of monuments I and markers indicating the places I where men of both the Union and l Confederate armies fought back and! forth for three days, leaving 10,000! corpses and upwards of 40,000 sol-I Landed the Contract I STOCK OPENS ON SATURDAY Chicago, Ill., Nov. 23.--Exceeding its own past records in size and sig- nificance, the continent's f=remost congress of American agriculture will soon be underway when the In- ternational Live Stock Exposition opens its dcors at the Chicago Stock Yards, Saturday, November 26th, to continue to Saturday, December 3d. For the past thirty-two years, this l famous show, held since its inception i the week followinr Thanksgiving, has marked the year's progress in Ameri- tcan livestock farming and each year has set a new pace and higher goals for livestockmen. ! In consequence, according to B. H. i Heide, veteran manager of the Expo- THE TIM.NNWS, MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, [ j IFRIENDSHIP COMMUNITY I Public Asked J. Pierpont Morgan CLUB HELD MEETING J The Friendship Community Club l To Feed Birds t of the Laughery school district held i S their regular monthly meeting Fri- nosy s day evening, November 18th, at the Dorothy Jean Hamilton, two years old, gassed in the expulsion of the bonus army at Washington, went to Hollywood with her parents, who en-" :siticn, it has grown in magnitude and imnortance with each passing l year as it has marked the close and Jclimax of the American livestock i show season. I Officials of the coming Internation- , l al Live Stock Exposition make the[ I remarkable announcement that it w!ll I be the largest in all departments m i the history of the show. "It is a An unnsual photo of the sddom #cturcd man, . Picrpont Morgan, A,m=icm tk tt  rcm.- ty alt Bdtidt ammmma m Morg rdtmm to Laugherv school house on Route 121, .......... r,:,- e,2 r.il, ..V, . Me I)lokl I onservarlonlsts ana VlrCl toners c llhnms have been urged by Dire c A large and apprecmhve crowd was* ..... " ............. present, and enjoyed the foliowing i'\\;22/_: .ao2 o. _e taL_ - ! piagl'bllleltL Ol UUHI-VblUII Opl' program: . . . p; ..... 1, M,. r .... ,g, . field, to co-operate wth hm force - I e cling song ann game olrcls Wl steacl  " ............. [food was covered by a blanket tteacllng, gun Away oooler, ] ....... snow and ce that extends from i luoy vlilner. " -- " " "" a Mu-i- *'i-- Helen B-oker and u t nortnern oruer oI tae st ze as ! , [south as East St. Lores One of gene Downin, g.  . " ] ,.,;., 'Hiram nlow* In" Mis ! heaviest November snows m y [Fern Halstead lell Tuesday of last week. ) pla- "Ha-n - "'- "e "loP-es" I Telegrams were immediately I )Mrs'. ohn l'ols a;" Mr.. _c'il l<)ut to all ins?ectors of the det !Buckles sent drectmg them to have cot Readi'ng, Miss Novella McKenny. ration employes in thei.r respe I .qnn, Mi Vs, l rll=+,,t areas, to nu out an aounaance ^_a:__ ,.,a __ ,, _:_ IOOO Ior tne game anu song Sandel. . " ut t)rector traclloru says Tap Dancing, Mrs. Thelma Maston. department needs the co-o Play, "How They Ran the Church Bazaar," by Ladies of A. V. Class of the Mt. Pulaski Methodist Episco- pal church. Music, Miss Helen Brooker and Eugene Downing. the press and public spirited in preventing suffering to our life at any time when heavy occur this winter. Feedin the birds will be an pensive kindness that can be ! formed by any individual. The Friendship Community Club from the table, scraps of food sent flowers to the recent funeral of few handsful of grain will serve diets wounded and missing, t tared and won over 150 children for : testimony to the faith of Ameriean a movie contract in chiidrcKs corn- : livestockmen and farmers in the fu- Wm. J. Haynes, who passed away ALONZO BREWSTER DIED J, edles. She now supports the family.' ture of their industry," says Heide. 5,245 MEN AT WORK ON suddenly on November 6th. The purpose. IN WHITLEY, INDIANA } The three breeds of cattle. Short- ROADS UP TO NOV. 9TH members are also plannin to help Director Bradfordsa!d he : n..ohommmauenmkuumm R00umt$ horn, Aberdeen-Angus, and the Here- ----- shuck the corn on the Haynes lace. lespecia"y cncernecl snout the Alonzo Brewster, a former well :ford, that furnish the bulk of the Springfield, IIL--U, to November The main feature of the December l'f^ f the 12,000 pheasan a e v,uuu quail 1:nat ne tate ( kr.own resident of Broadwell, died on world s chomest beef, will be revealed 9th, construction on "the state high- meeting will be supp r and grab Monday, November 21st, at his home' to visitors to the show this year in way system provided direct employ- bag All members will be asked to sent of Conservation released " t year in various harts of the in South Whitley, Indiana. He had WE[DON, 36; BEASON, 20 greater numbers than ever before, it sent for 5,245 men, Frank T. Sheets, take Dnrt. been in failinr health for almost three years. Mr. Brewster moved from Broadwell 32 years ago to Chi- cago. He is survived by his wife; one brother, A. B. Brewster, of Uos Angeles; one half-sister, Mrs. Felix Johnson, and one half-brother, Otto Stelse, of Broadwell. The funeral services were held and interment in South Whitley Thanksgiving day, "Thursday, November 24th. NURSE TELLS HOW TO SLEEP SOUND, STOP GAS Nurse V. Fletcher says: "Stom- ach gas bloated me so bad I could not sleep. One spoonful Adlerika brought out all the gas and haw I sleep well and feel fine.--Cnnolley Drug Co., MI Pulaski. and in Chest- nut by The Community Store.adv. Churches Weldon High School whipped the being, the half century jubilee cele- Beason Community High School has- bration of the organization of these ketball team last Friday night by a three breed associations in America. 76 to 20 score. Werkman, Griffin Many of the leading stables of and Harris were Beason's sccring aces. NIANTIC DEFEATED WARRENSBURG TEAM Niantic, IlL--The Niantic High, led by its stellar center, Zienkowsky, who connected for nine field goals, trampled Warrensburg here Thurs- day night, November 17th, in the opening basketball contest of this season for both schools. Beall led the attack for Warrensburg with seven .points. The score was 16 to 5. ATLANTA AND KENNEY BASKETBALL GAME Atlanta, IlL--On Thursday night, November 17th, Coach Price's squad of Atlanta High School had as their opponents the Kenney High School quintet, defeating the visitors in the opening contest of the season by a score of 27 to 23. Hamilton scored saddle horses and ,ponies. hunters and jumpers, and fancy, high step- pinlz harness horses and ponies will send their finest animals to comyete in the International Evening and Matinee Horse Shows. The evening shows will continue every night from the openinr to the final Satur- day, including for the first time this year, a Sunday evening Horse Show on November 27th. Matinee shows will be given on Sunday, Wednesday, Friday. and the final Saturday. Stunt riding, polo games, parades of prize winning livestook, and per- formances by mammoth six-horse hitches of ton weight draft horses will be added features of the Horse Show programs, Low round trip excursion fares will be Tanted by all railroads en- terin Chicaro during the time of the International Live Stock Egposi- tion. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CH. , highest for Atlanta, and Mills for Harry M. Blout, Pastor. Kenney. Referee, Carlin. Fallowing is the regular order ccf Following is the list of players on ervices and meetings of the.churc, both teams: Atlanta--Paulsen, Ham- for the-purpose of worsh, mstruc-iilton, Franz, Freestone, Crihfield, tion and business: l Hubner; Kenney Brown, Brady, _ Sunday services-- t Mills, Fort, Brady, Ingram, Abbott. Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. ! Preacling Services at 10:45 a. m. HARTSBURG WINS SECOND EFworth League at 6:45 p.m. { VICTORY OF THE SEASON Preaching Services at 7:30 p. m. The Ladies" Aid Society meets in  Waynesville, Ill.--The Hartsburg Community High School basketball the homes the first Thursday of the quintet journeyed to Waynesville on month. The Woman's Foreign MisionaryThursday evening, November 17th, and defeated the local High School Society meets in the homes the see-lplayer s by a score of 37 to 22, mak- nd Thursday of the month. ng it a second victory this season The Winners" Class meets eeeond Wednesday of the month, for the visitors. At the end of first The A. V. Cla meets the second quarter, Hartsburg trailed 6 to 5, but rueada - ,,_ ..... !- then on ran away from their oppo The Loyal Class meets the last net.. Referee, M.ihell, D ee.tur. lbnrmtav of the month. I e teams mcmded the xolmwing --lgul----ar Communion Service on'ioITnrS: Hartsburg--Rademaker, tret Sundays of September, Decem-. g, Meyers, Morgan, Huffman; ........ t.. m .rid June. lwaynesvitte -- Baker, Wilson, lain" - Fremeh's Chapel mmuity ChurIL, frock, powers, Fisher, Smith. Preaching service at 9:30 a.m. [L'T ...... ' Church School at10"15 am. ]  .m nn wm The Ldies' Aid Society meets ins GME AT BEASON the homes at 2 p. m, the first Wed-[ Beason, Ill.The Beason Commu- nesd of the month And the A P mt Hx h Schoo ay - " y "g 1 gymnasium was the A. meets in the church basement the scene of a thrilling basketball con- same evening. I test on the evening of Wednesday, The Community Club meets the -November 16th, when Latham de- second Wy of the month, i feated Beason by a score of 26 to 22. Regular Commurdo Service DOe n_ )The outcome of the game was in the first Sundays in September, -.doubt until the last two minutes of camber, March and June.. l@]ay, when Latham went into the THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH I lead. At the end of the half La- J. Wayne Staley, Pastor. tham led 13 to" 5, but at one time Bible School at 9:30 a.m. !Beason in a great spurt led 22 to 21. M Worship at 10:30 o'clock. 'Werkman led in scoring for Beason, Evening services at 7:30 o'clock, land Howe and Allison for Latham. T. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH The referee for the game was ReD. I C. Lane, Pastor. iJ. Taylor (Illinois). The teams in- eluded the following: Beason--Grif- High Mass will be held at 9:45 a.in, Best, Werwman, Robinson, Har- m., on the first, third and fifth Sun- riM, West, Ruwe, Hudspeth, Smith. days of the month, and Low Mass at Latham--Howe, Taylor, Lee, Allison, 8 a. m. on the second and fourth Holmes, Alstp. Sundays. t ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH;SENATOR JONES WAS BORN Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Be I loyal to your Church and attend the Sunday School. The Ladies' Aid Society meets the first Thursday of the month. The Lutheran Workers meet the first Wednesday of the month. The Gleaners Sunday School Class meets the third Wednesday of each month. The Missionary Society meets the second Wednesdayof the month. ZION EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH H. Wittrock, Pastor. Divine Services, Sunday School and Bible Study are conducted every Sun- day morning, as follows: April to October-- Sunday School and Bible Study at 9:15 a. m. Divine Services at 10 a. m. NEAR BETHANY, ILLINOIS f I United States Senator Wesley L. Jones, of Seattle, veteran Republican Senator from the state of Washing- ton, who died Saturday, November 19th, aged 69 years, was bern near Bethany, Illincis, about 5 miles southeast of Mt. Pulaski. Senator Jones was author of the dry "five and ten" law, and chairman of the Senate approriations committee. He became ill during a strenuous cam- rain for re-election in the recent general election. For the first time in his long political career which be- !gan in 1889, the ardent prohibition i leader was defeated November 8th. by Homer T. Bone, Democratic candi- date for Senator Mr. Jones' term would have expired in March. 1933. 1 October to April-- :The funeral was held in Seattle Mon-] Sunday School and Bible Study at day, November 21sL 9:45 a. m. Divine Services at I0:30 a.m. I It's time to begin planning those A service is conducted in the Eng-Christmas ifts. lish language at the regular time ev ..... ery Sunday. On the first Sunday of A F LIPP ] the month an additional service is held in the German language during the time that the Sunday School is in session. The Church Societies meet as fol- lows: The Ladies' Aid Society meets the last Thursday of the month. The Ladies' Sewing Circle meets the first Wednesday of the month. Junior WIther League meets the the month. mts the and INSURANCE I[MBEA OF ALL KINDS chief highway engineer announced. During the week, 36.50 miles of construction was completed, 20.77 on the state bond issue routes and 15.73 miles on the county system. This brought the total mileage for the year up to 1,448.58 miles, aceording to the compilation. Of this amount of work, 991.08 miles had been paved and 457.50 miles were graveled. During 1932, up to November 9th, 699.89 miles of pavement had been added to the state bond issue routes. The state aid and motor fuel tax sys- tems had been extended 748.69 miles, according to the records. CAUGHT RED FOX NEAR BEASON LAST SUNDAY Ira Boldrey of Lincoln took his dogs GOFF FUNERAL HOME "TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" PHONE LINCOLN 1234 ILLINOIS DENTISTS Painless Extractions $1.oo te Beacon vicinity last Sunday, and after trailing a red fox for about five hours, the animal was finally caught. On account of the slippery condition of the ground caused by the recent snow, the fox was unable to make its usual fast speed, and became the victim of the dogs after a long and THE HIGH STANDARD exeitinr chase. OF TRAINING GIVEN  . ] .................... Alice for the nrst time saw a cat oprtngnela, 111., /NOV. Y.:l'iae nigh ..... ,4._ ... t.;+*._ t... *t. ..... 'standard of training given students ."""' ...... " ' g ......  of of Vocational Agriculture in n],rouXain, tsnee_ fit to be a mother" she the d_Hegmhsh:t:elj feonIcllluin?SlyhabSy beth: ,tdo atahifglYr,,:You am t iardly -act that the national championship " . " _ _, i in judging meat has been awarded, students -from this state for rfout " . . consecutive years. Governor Louis [ L. Emmerson made this statement n a congratulatory message forwarded', to the Illinois winners in the National Judging Contest at the Kansas City Royal Stock Show. The Dixon High School boys placed first in judging meat. The individual eham-.ionshi[ in fat stock judging was also won by Cleaing $1.00 Fillings $1.00 Crowns $5.00 Bridge Work ...... $5.00 GAS ADMINISTERED DR. KABILL Open Every Day. PHONE 64 German Gold Dust Plates, $12.50 Unbreakable Heco- IRe Plates,S24.50 GUARANTEED TO FIT 15 Years Experience Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m, 513V2 Broadway LINCOLN, ILLINOIS / an Illinois student, Robert Howey, oi l i Atwood. ! STATE INSTITUTIONS GAIN i 2,000 POPULATION IN YEAR I Springfield, Ill.The ,population of t[llinois' state institutions increased l more than 2,000 during the past year. On October 1st, according to the Welfare Bulletin, there were 45.384 pupils and inmates in the institu- tions, as eompared to 43,251 on Oc- tober 1, 1931. The state hospitals had a total .opulation of 24,138 on October 1st, while the state penitentiary at Joliet had 4,810 inmates, and Chester peni- tentiary had 2,342. Christmas is only a few weeks away. Do your shopping early. I BAY Insist on genuine Bayer Aspirinl Not only for its safety, but for its speed. The tablet stamped Bayer dissolve at once. It gets to the seat of pain without delay. It is many minutes. faster than any imitation you car, buy, and time counts when you're in pain! For quick relief of headaches, colds, sore throat, neuralgia and rheumatism, periodic pains, and ther suffering, stick to the tablets of Bayer manufacture. All druggists, "00mdm00 ANNgNIN not the hset DEAR FRIENDS: "Be on the look-out! Your Christ- mas Seals are coming to you from the Tuberculosis. Asgsociatian in a large envelope carried by a Green one cent stamp. On the return en- velope appears the three cent purple stamp because checks and money must be sealed. "We are grateful to our Lincoln postal authorities for helping us make arrangements to save expense. "'It will mean that more of the money you send will be used to pre- vent Tuberculosis. The 100 children of pre-school and school age who iave been exposed much to Tubercu- losis in Logan county will be bene- fitted. The patients who need nurs- in visits will have more attention." We a rpiate your hearty eo- .#peration. Gratefully yours, REA SNYDER, R. N. Logan County Nurse. Miss Sciota Horn is the Mt. Pulaski chairman for the Christmas Seals.