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71:: PAGE. SIX THE TIMES-NEWS. M1\\; PULASKL ILLINOIS THURSDAY, ICHICKEN PIE SUPPER AND MIDDLETOWN HUNTERS News ] BAZAAR IN . IANTIC DEC. 3 Hi-School Girl MORE RED CROSS FLOUR RECEIVED AT LINCOLN A carload of flour, the second to be receivcd in Lincoln by tile Red Cross, arrived Sunday, and will b's distributed o the needy in Logan county. THE CttRISTMAS FUND IN LINCOLN $33,300 Christmas fund savers in Lincoln will receive checks for $33,300 to be mailed them from Lincoln banks on Monday, December 5th, when the Christmas savings clubs will be clos- ed and new ones opened. Last year $51,800 was distributed. MISS WILMA HEINRICH MARRIES C. R. REICHEL Miss Wilma Heinrich, the eldest daughter of Mrs. Win. Heinrich, of Lincoln, and C. Raymond Reichel, of Peoria, were married at 8:45 a. m., Sunday, November 20, 1932, at Trin- ity Episcopal church, Lincoln, the ceremony being performed by Rev. J. A. Betcher. They will reside in Peoria. BARRINGTON GIRL CAMPUS WINNER MILKING TITLE Lou Gehrig, home-run hitting slug- ger of the champ Yankees, is prouder of "bct dog" and "best of breed" ribbs won by his.Germ shepherd, "Afra," than his own baseball crown. At Urbana last Friday, Laura Witt, cf Barrington, won the title of cham- pion coed milker of the University of Illinois campus. She captured the NEW HOLLAND SCHOOL TO title in competition with seven other PRESENT PLAY DEC. 1ST coeds. In winning the title Miss Witt milked 5.1 pounds in two and The all-school play of the New one-half minutes. Miss Jeannette Holland Community High School wilt Shepherdson, of Peoria, was second, bc .resented Thursday, December Is.*. and Miss Grace McAuley, of Forest Between acts spe:iat numbers and Park, was third., orchestra music will be given. WALTER RICHARDS DIED WEST OF ILLIOPOLIS, ILL. Walter Richards, aged 52 years, died at 5 o'clock Saturday evening, November 19, 1932, at his farm home wes of Illiopolis, or about 11 miles south of Mt. Pulaski. Mr. Richards was born in England, and came to the United States at the age of 12 years. In the year 1898, he was united in marriage with Miss Corn Hemp, of Illiopolis. He is survived by his wife, and six children; also his parents and one brother residinsr in England. Funeral services were held at the Christian church in Buffalo at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, and the interment was made in Mechanics- SECURE SIX OPOSSUMS I Nianti':, Ill.--On Saturday after- J.R. Montgomery and L. T. Mc- :=oc)n and night. December 3d, a ba-tCawley, oI Middletown, on the firs[ !::aar ":nd chIcl:cu pie supper wi!] be':night of the open opossum season, -: :! i. the b=sement of the Niamic were successful in securing six of i .:" !stian church, i he animals. FRANK FROSCHAUER THIRD IN BIG TEN SCORING "l Frank Froschauer, the well known Logan county ath'.e'e, and graduate of the Lincoln Community High School, who is a student this year at the University of Illinois, was often mentioned in the radio broadcasts of the football games in the Big Ten conference, for his excellent work for the Illini eleven. In summing up the ;1932 individual football scoring in the series of games played, M/RRIAGE LICENSES Howv.rd Ring, Jr., of Lincoln, and Irene Hr(:y, 18, of Beason, were is- sued a marriage license at the court house in Lincoln last Friday. Con- sent given b:, Howard P. Rigg, Sr., father of the minor applicant. LINCOLN STATE SCHOOL AND COLONY SHOWS INCREASE Between October 1, 1932, and the the same date this year, the inmate population of the Lincoln State School and Colony increased 377, ac- cording to a report furnished by the State Department of Public Welfare, Springfield. The population on Oc- tober 1st this year was 3,301. as compared to 2,924 a year ago. 1,200 POUNDS TO HONEY TRUCKED TO CHICAGO THANKSGIVINy DANCe. ........ During last week Melby Ott and lm .aL.lA "tmUVAX Bernard Van Zile, of Middletown, imotored to the Chicago market with A Thanksgiving dance will be held I twelve hundred pounds of comb Thursday night, November 24th, at [honey, which was consigned to a Murphy's hall in Atlanta, sponsored [commission firm. Mr Ott owned by Mrs. Neff Rice. The music for !00 pounds of the honey, while Char- this occasion will be furnished bY ties Suddeth sent the remaining 500 Ryan's Orchestra of Lincoln. ]pound HARTSBURG COMMERCIAL CLUB ENJOYS BANQUET On Thursday evening, November 17th, a banquet was served in the Hartsburg Community High School building to members of the Harts- burg Commercial Club. Miss Dur- ham, Home Economics inst ructor, directed her class in preparing and serving the banquet. DECATUR RESIDENT MAY BE IN THE NEW CABINET Ch:rles A. Ewing, of Decatur, : y "  into the cabinet of President- c"-'l '.oosevelt as Secretary of Agri- cC.:ure. Mr. Ewing, who is presi- dent of the National Livestock Mar- ket, inr Association, is among those being considered for this important post, according to political observers in Washington. LOGAN COUNTY. TO HAVE SERIES OF INSTITUTES A series of one-day: Farmers' Insti- tutes will be held in Logan county in December, and grain and livestock marketing will be featured. The Frosch-Ischeduled speakers will be Charles McDonald and Harrison Fahrnko. Afternoon and evening meetings will be held in the following towns of the county: Chestnut, December 13th; New Holland, December 14th; Emden, December 15tK TWO MILLION CATTLE IN ILLINOIS GIVEN TEST auer ranks third with 24 points to his credit. Horstman, Purdue, scored high,zt in the conference, with 30 points. MIDDLETOWN BASKETBALL SCHEDULE FOR SEASON Middletown, Ill.The Middletown High School basketball team opened the ss=n Wednesday evening with the Elkhart Community High School quintet at Elkhart. The remainder of the schedule is as follows: Dec. 7--Beason, at Beason. Dec. 9--New Holland, at New Hol- land. Dec. 22--Hartsburg, at Middletown. Jan. 13--Beason, at Middletown. Jan. 24--Latham, at Middletown. Jan. 27Hartsburg, at Hartsburg. Feb. 21Latham, at Latham. Fel 24--Elkhart, at Middletowm Mar. 3--New Holland, at Middle- town. ANNUAL FARM MEETINGS IN LINCOLN SATURDAY In Lincoln, Saturday, November 26th, will be held the annual meet- rags of the Logan County Farm Bu- reau and its allied organizations, the sessions to be held in the gymna- sium at the Community High School. The Logan-Mason Service Company and the Logan Coufity Dairy Associa- tions will held business meetings in the morning, and at 11:30 o'clock a Two million cattle in Illinois have been tested for bovine tuberculosis. The high numbered animal, a milk cow, is owned by George C. Bynes, of SheffiePJ, Henry county. This big number of catAlc tested was of work done up to October 29ti. Dr. C. M. Merriman, the well I known Mr. Pulaski veternarian, has been employed in this testing for several mo:ths by the Division of Animal Industry, State Department of Agriculture. BEASON'S WOMAN'S CLUB ENTERTAINED RECENTLY The regular monthly meeting of the Beason Woman's Club was held Friday afternoon, November 18th, at the home of Mrs. Catherine Randolph in that place. The subject of the in- teresting program was "Good Citi- zenship. Many members were .pres- ent to enjoy the occasion. The pro- gram was as follows: Song, "Battle Hymn of the Repub- lic," Club. ] Rll Call, Current Events. I "Good Citizenshi,)," Mrs. Charles WHEEL TAX LAW REPEALED IN ATLANTA The city council of Atlanta at their recent regular session, passed an or- dinance repealing the wheel tax or- finance, which had been given a year's trial. Owners of wagons, mo- ; o:' vehicles, motorcycles and other I vehicles were required to purchase city license tags. The ordinance was found difficult to enforce, as many of l the citizens resented the additional Itax. S. PARKER BEERS DIED IN URBANA, ILLINOIS S. Parker Beers, aged 85 years, and for many years a clerk in the former John A. Lutz Company store in Lincoln, passed away at 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon, November 17, 1932. fotlowinr an illness of three weeks, at his home in Urbana, Illi- nois. The remains were taken to Lincoln Monday, November 21st, the funeral party going direct to Union cemetery, where interment was made. Mr. Beers will be remembered by many of the older people of Logan county. LOGAN RANKS FIFTH IN GRAIN MARKETING Through the Illinois Grain and Farmers National Grain CorPoration, Logan county shipped 68 "cars of 'grain from eight points in October, nd 371 cars over the last ten months' period. The first four coun- ties in rank are as follows: Mc- Lean, 955 cars; Mason, 485 cars; Champaign, 440 cars; and La Salle, 430 cars. DOOLITTLE COMMUNITY CLUB HOLDS MEETING talk will be made by H. M. Adams, Hutton. manager of the Livestock Marketing The hostesses were Mrs. Catherine Association. Randolph and Mrs. George A. Curry. The three organizations will join in a box lunch at noon, after which ,SUPERINTENDENT OF will be held the annual meeting of I ATLANTA WATER WORKS the Logan County Farm Bureau.. At their recent regular meeting The principal speaker of the after-/,the city council of Atlanta a:=point- noon will be Larry Williams, of the led Leslie Kindred as superintendent Country Life Insurance Company. 'of the water works. BUD N' BUB The regular monthly meeting of the Deolittle Community Club was held Thursday evening, November 17th, at the Doolittle school house on Route 121, three miles southeast of Lincoln. Following the business ses- sion, the program arranged by a committee with Miss Leona Loercher as chairman, was given: Piano solo, Catherine Miller. Talk, J. Adams. Manager of Live- stock Shipping Associatiom Piano solo, Mrs. Harold Fay. Guessine contest, won by Mrs. Reuben Miller. Reading, Miss Leona Loercher. Sandwiches, pie and coffee were served after the completion of the rogram. RAYMOND ROBINS LOCATED IN NORTH CAROLINA Col. Raymond Robins, prohibition leader whose mysterious disappear- ance from New York in early Sep- tember precipitated a nation wide search, was identified last Friday in the person of a bewhiskered, roughly dressed guest of a small boarding house in Whittier, an isolated moun- , tain village, sixty miles from Ashe- vilte, North Carolina. Suffering a partial lapse of mem- ory, Colcnel Robins was identified by his nephew, John Drier, of New York, who had been notified that federal -rohibition agents of this .rea believed the missing philan- thropist and friend of President Her- ert Hoover, was a man known as "Raymond Rogers" to the population of Whittier and the surrounding countryside of Swain county. DIPHTHERIA FATAL TO CHILD IN NEW HOLLAND Lelia Marci'le Beck, five-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arne K. Beck, died at 8:30 o'clock Thursday night, November 17th. at the family heine in New Holland, death being l caused by diphtheria. "HENRY'S WEDDING" TO STAGED IN LINCOLN "'Henry's Wedding," a three-act cemedy of married life and old-time styles of 1890, which was staged in Mt. Pulaski so successfully a short time ago, will be presented at the Grand Theatre in Lincoln on Thurs- day and Friday nights, December 1st and 2d, under auspices of the Logan County Council of Boy Scouts of America. HOMECOMING AT LINCOLN COLLEGE DECEMBER 1OTH Doris Heynm, 17, has been named the ideal high school girl of greater Chicago. The oriug included court, mark& activitiu and achieve- MIDDLETOWN DEMOCRATS CELEBRATE VICTORY ,Lincoln College will feature their A crowd numberi between 300 Homecoming on Saturday, Decem- and 400 gathered t the Middletown ber 10th, with a basketball game, Community building on Thursday hadng as their opponents Spring- evening following the election and field Junior College. This wilt be celebrated the great Democratic vic- the first game in the newly formed tory. The number of jubilant local Central Illinois Junior College Con- ference. LOWERS HUSBAND'S AIR FLIGHT TO SOUTH AFRICA Amy Johnson, flying alone from Enzland. landed at Cape Town, South Africa, on Friday, November 18th, at 1:30  m., Greenwich time (8:30 a. m. Eastern Standard Time), clipping nearly 11 hours off the speed rord held by her husband, J. A. Mollison. Last March Captain Mol- lison made the trip in 4 days, 17 hours and 19 minutes, His wife's time was 4 days, 6 hours and 55 min- utes, or 10 hours and 25 minutes faster than his record. BIRTH RECORD IN COUNTY followers cf Jefferson was enlarged by visitors from other communities. Chairman Charles McCue of the Democratic County Central Commit- tee, Sheriff William Moore, County Treasurer George M. Eberle, and Coroner-Elect Alvin W. Ahrens, came over from Lincoln and were introduc- ed by John Keest, local pre:inct committeeman, who acted as chair- man of the meeting. About four gallons of oysters con- jured into oyster stews, were served to the assembly. Henry Anson, Tal- ly and Luther Johnson drew from their fiddles the enticing strains that soon had a number of the celebrants stepping to the music. "Happy Days Are Here Again" was a favorite air. All report a very happy time. John Dorgan is credited with saying he "had not had so much fun since his randmother died."--Middletown Ledger. U. OF I. BAND PRESENTED SOUSA'S BAND LBIRARY The world's largest band library has become the property of the Uni- versity of Illinois, at Champaign- Urbana. To be known as the Sousa Memor- i ial Library, and to be housed in the ]beautiful U. of I. Library, this great- test of alt collections of band ar- ]rangements, formerly the John Philip Sousa Band Library, has been be- queathed to the University. One wonders about the required Ispace the library fills, and how e 9 much it w ighs. When the library I came to the University of Illinois, it was necessary to use 42 trunks for the transportation of all of that music. It weighed approximately 18,000 pounds, or nine tons. I Subscribe to The TIMES-NEWS mhulance Gluick. A daughter was born Thursday, November 17th, to Mr. and Mrs. William Gluick, Jr., of Lincoln. at !the Deaconess hospital. The mother was formerly Schrieber.Miss Minnie Gimble. At St. Clara's hospital in Lin- coln Thursday night of last week a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Her- man Schreiber. of Lincoln. Maloney. A daughter was born Wednesday, November 16th, to Mr. and Mrs. Ray 'Maloney in Lincoln. Johnson. A son was born Thursday, No- vember 17th, at St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson, of Lincoln. MODERN WOODMEN NOTICE There will be a meeting of Modern Woodmen at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening, December 1st Election of officers will be held. All members are requested to atten& C. T. Turner, Clerk. (Advertisement) FAMOUS HOUSEHOLD LOAN PLAN AVAILABLE TO LOCAL CITIZENS Through the Decatur office of the Household Finance Corporation, the nationally known Household Loan Plan, which has helped so many fam- ilies out of financial difficulties, is available to the families of Mt. Pu- laski. More than 360,000 families in several hundred cities took advantage ]of this family finance service last I year. i Under the Household Loan Plan, ]you can borrow $300 or less to hel. ]tide over family financial emergen- I cies, with as long as 20 months to repay. The cost is reasonable and charge is made only for the actual number of days the money is used. Under the Household Plan the only signatures required are those of hus- band and wife. You do not have to have friends or relatives endorse your note. No investigations are made among friends, tradespeople, or employers--the loan is strictly be- tween you and Household. Any married couple permanently located and keeping house whose normal in- come is sufficient to meet living ex- penses plus payments on a loan is eligible to borrow under this plan, If you desire further informatio on the Household Loan Plan, just ad- dress the Household Finance Corpor- ation. Citizens Building, Decatur, Illinois. (Advertisement) RAILROAD TANK CAR In Lincoln !ast Frida :er Robinson. who is the pov,'er plant of the nois Electric and Cas ,painfully burned when gas a railroad tank car i lantern with which he was a inspection of the caI to his clothing. The ex heard in all arts of car was on tie switch eight hundred feet south of er plant. The accident 10:20 o'clock. Mr. Robinson out to see if all the fuel oil emptied from the tank. He to the top of the car and set tern by the edge of the etching. The gas fumes, collected on the interior tank, sent a burst of fire opening, setting fire to Mr. son's clothing. He tore off ing coat and beat cut the and walked to the plant, he was taken to the office T. Rhoades, who dressed the left side of the face and hand. He was able to home without going to the ROOF FIRE IN LINCOLN MONDAY A roof fire occurred last morning at the home of Mrs. George Goretzke. street, Lincoln, doing about age. A large hole was the roof, and some of the bers were charred. The family formerly lived in Mt. COUNTY FAIRS OF STAT RECEIVE REIM Springfield, II1., Nov. county fairs of Illinois are ceive about seventy cents on tar on their claims for state way of Fremium This was announced Pierson, Director of the State Department of ture, as an estimate based reports received from the subject to alterations of sial items. Officials and the State Association of Fairs, in conference with the tor, made plans to ap forthcoming session of the islature for a deficiency tion. Representatives of are to meet in Springfield on nesday, December 14th, to the situation. The regular .tion of the organization will later in Galesburg, on and 2d. $30 IN ASK YOUR FOR A CAN OF 00SILEIIT ,in Times Like These there are but few'who can afford to overlook the matter of cost. That's one eason why we have laid such emphasis upon our moderate prices. The quality of cur service stands unchallenged; our ,prices are so low that invariably the family is both surprised and gratifiecL " ILBERT H. SCHAHL Associated with JOH n T. H [l00S H [Y " eral_irector to df_ogan County rover ]tfty years" EAsT S,OE SOUARE ouwr PULASt. t--. PHON E c)o RESIDENCE PHONE 83 By Ed