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PAGE EIGHT Latham Newsettes Latham, Ill., Nov. 24.--There were Union Thanksgiving services held at the Methodist E,;iscopa] churah Wed- nesday evening. The message was delivered by Rev S R. Reynolds, of Decatur, pastor of the Latham Chris- tian church. There was a fine at- tendance. The Gleaners&apos; Class of the Chris- tian church held their regular month- ly meeting Wednesday afternoon at the church. The hostesses were Mrs. Margaret Davis and Mrs, Carrie El- len Potter. Those from Latham and vicinity who motored to Lake Fork last Sun- day afternoon and attended the fu- neral services of Mrs. George A. Stults at the Christian church, were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Carl West, Mrs. James Hacke and daughters Lucilte and Pearl. Bernice Maxheimer. Mary Rager, and C. K. Games and family. VIrs. Stults was the mother cf Miss Florence Stults. a teacher in the La- tham Grade School. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Forsythe, of Waverly, visited here from Saturday to Monday with their daughter, Mrs. E. K. Rutherford, and family. Alfred Billiter, of Raymond, Eti- ;nois, a former resident of this vicin- ity, visited with Arch Garrison and family recently. Miss Edna Auer of Decatur visited here the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Auer. The choir of the Methodist EMsco- rM church is busy practicing for a Christmas cantata, "The Music of Bethlehem," which is to be given the week before Christmas. The date will be announced later. The annual Thanksgiving dinner was served in the basement of the Christian church Thursday noon. CHESTNUT Chestnut, Ill., Nov. 24.--Shelby Kuntzi suffered a relapse and was re- moved,Monday morning to one of the hospitals in Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barber and fam- ily moved last Friday to their new' home in Farmersville. Mrs. Dottle Smith is the guest this week of Mrs. John M. Downing. Joan Smith is visiting in Beason with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger will move to the property vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barber. Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Marshall, son Billy, and daughter Marjorie, and Beatrice Lamar departed for Salem, Indiana, to make a Thanksgiving visit with relatives. Mrs. Harry Fletcher, who sub- mitted to a serious operation about two weeks ago at the Brokaw hospital in Bloomington, is reported as im- proving. Virginia Dunn posited west of town Sunday with Hiima Park. Tim Loyal Circle Cl:ss of the Meth- odist' Episcopal church were enter- tained last Thursdcy, November 17th, by,Mrs. Albert Buehler. The assist- ing hostesses were Mrs. Lee Waddell and Mrs. Samuel Hatehett. At the close of the meeting a delicious lunch was; served. There were fifteen pres- t" enRv, and Mrs. Lloyde G. Strouse ,motored to Decatur a few days ago to see his mother, who has been qu ite sick., James O Brien spent Saturday in ML Pulaski with his son, Lawrence O'Brien, who has been sick for over two months. , Miss Mildred Bondeson of Chicago came to Chestnut Sunday to make a Thhksgiving visit with her sister, Mr Leonard J. Obery. Harold and Everett Stoll left for Chgo during the week to enter thei Shire horses in the Internation- al LIv:b-'tk Exposition. SVroud Donnan.of eoria was here Sunday and Monday and visited kinsfolk, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Wil- liams. On Wednesday evening a Thanks- givinr service was held at the Meth- odist Episcopal church, conducted by the pastor, Rev. Lloyde G. Strouse. This was followed by a ,Sacrifice service, and Communion. A lunch was then served in the basement of the church. CORED Cornland, Ill., Nov. 24.The State Bank of Cornland reports that it will soon mail checks to the members of its 1932 Christmas Savings Club. To- tal payments will be about 14 per cent above those made a year ago. Cards for the 1933 club will be avail- able about December lsL The heavy snow of last week stop- ed corn husking for a few days. Louis Luckhart was in Springfield Monday on business. R. W. Durflinger shipped a carload of black Angus cattle from the Barnes farm north of town Monday. Old corn is 17c, and new corn is 14c a bushel. The county road dra shoved the snow off abe gravel road last week between Cmrnland and Lake Fork, and the highway is in fine condition. The snow and cold weather caused a smaller attendance than usual at Dub Ford's shooting match held last Saturday. Wilbur Oglesby and Miss Margaret Cummins, popular youn people of lhis 71ace, were married in Spring- field on November 14th. Mr. Ogles- by is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie R. Ogtesby, of this locality, and the bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. . S. Cummins. They will reside on the Richardson farm about two miles west cf Cornland. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Penneman and Mr. ,rid Mrs. Alvin Day motored to Lincoln recently and attended a spec- ial meeting of the Eastern Star. Misses Nora and Alice Dwyer, and Harry Suddeth, were recent visitors t the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Febus. Harmony Events i Harmony Vicin:ty, Southwest of Beason, Nov. 24.--Joseph Forsythe, who has been quite sick, is now im- proving. Mrs. Kate Randolph entertained the Beason Woman's Club last Fri- day, :weary-two n:embers bein in attendance. Miss May Jchnston is numbered among the sick. a::d Mrs. Andy Duff, of Kansas City, Mo., spent the week-end in this locqiy with his brother, Wm. Duff. Mrs. Roy Parks and daughter Har- riet, and Mrs. Andy Duff motored to Bl:omimrton Saturday afternoon. Mrs Sue Flintji of S.ringfield vis- ited here the week-end with her sis- ter, Miss May Johnston, who is sick. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Musick, of Dec::tur. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Daws, of THE TIMF-NEWS. MT. PULASKL ILLINOIS ! of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank t Copeland News o00oto, o I George Erlenbust-.spent the week- I end at his home in Decatur. [ Cc)cland Vicinity, Nov. 23.--Mass,MARRIED IN LINCOLN [ C!:-dys rowan spent Saturday and l SUNDAY AFTERNOON aunaay a5 the home of Mr. and Mrs. F 5::m Scott and family. Wiiliam Fuiten and family were Miss Ida Alyne Dawson, of Lin- in Lake Fork 2unday afternoon and cola. Illinois. and Lawrence Harold vttendcd the funeral services of Mrs. Reynolds, of Mr. Pulaski, were unit- Cecrre A. Stults at the Christian ed in marriage at 3 o'clock Sunday chmh, afternoon, November 20, 1932, at the !home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Mrs: Mamie' Drabing, and Dickie Winnie Dawson, in LincQln, the cere- Drabing, Jr., and Joan Drabing were mony being performed by Rev. Wil- '.guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Neal liam Kelly, pastor of the Lincoln LGulso and family. i Mrs. James Shetlhammer and Mrs. Nazarene church. The bride was at- i George Bowers motored to Decatur tired in a blue crepe dress and car-I ]t Thn-A, t-  h , jr;co a oouquet oI one aozen beautiful : ...........  ....... e former s , _ } ires ann white roses Mrs Dew- ' son, Herbert Shellhammer, who is a . - patient at St. Mary's hospital, recov-tson and Mrs. Kelly witnessed the] [ be THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 17 I CARL HOBBS, SPRINGFIELD, SHOT WILD GOOSE AT George Stubble, who is assist his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. t drew Vogelsang, at their store the west side cf square, spent at his home in Springfield. at time he learned of a very buntin trip. wedding. The bride is the youngest ago when one of his legs was crushed I daug hter of Mrs. Dawson. Mr. Rey- nolds has lived nearly all his life in! f Congressman McJ:)uffie of Ale- Mr. Stubbles' brother Carl Sol of Syringfield, had been on a trip near Cairo, Illinois. and wild goose, which was 1928. at Teronto, Ontario. On the band read, "Write W. row." A verse of the bible strapped on the band from 14th Chapter, and 36th Verse band was made of aluminum, 1 1-4 inches wide, and of an inch thick. THANKSGIVING DINNER AT STATE SCHOOL AND COl At the State Schoel and Colony I Lincoln Thanksgiving day, one $ l half tons of chickens, that had. , raised on the Colony farm. were Monticello. and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Musick, of Lvdge, were Thanksgiving day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Colburn, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Colburn and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fink were Thanks- ziving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hatlock in Lincoln. Rev. Blomer. of Lincoln. gave Thanksgiving address at the Harmony M. E. hcurch Tuesday night. The Harmony Community Club will hold their next regular meeting next Tuesday night, November 29th. A :ood program is being arranged. Readings will be given by Mrs. H. H. Smith, of Lincoln. the Cameron sis- ters, and Donald Splain. The .-ublic ins from an accident a few weeks in a corn picker. : Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Drabing visit- !ed Sunday at the home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wilham. I Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Gutso were in Mt. Pulaski Sunday and attended a i duck dinner at the home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Enting. ! Mrs. Mamie Drabin and lichard a t Drabing made an automobile trip to ,Springfield last Thursday. I Mrs. William Ashbaugh spent the 'past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ral,?h Drabing. Lawrence Gulso made a trip Sat- urday to Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gulso spent Sunday in Mr. Pulaski at the home bama. one of the chief lieuttmants of Speaker John N. Garner, now Vice- President elect, is mentioned as the next possible Speakvr of the House after next March. I Mt. Pulaski and vicinity. After the i ceremony a dinner was served, the[ others present being Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Blackwell, of Lincoln. They I have the best wishes of friends. t ELKHART FIVE DEFEATED IWARRENSBURG DEFEATS MIDDLETOWN 34 TO 9 I KENNEY QUINTET 17 TO 14 [ Elkhart, Ill., Nov. 24.--The Elk- I Warrensburg, Ill., Nov. 23.--The hart Community High School bas- IWarrensburg basketball quintet, the ketball team overpow-ered the Mid- 1932 Decatur district champions, de- dletown five here Wednesday night :feated the Kenney High School five by a score of 34 to 9. Elkhart step-!here Tuesday night by a score of 17 ped out from the start to lead. and Ito 14, in the first home game of the were in from 15 to 4 at the half. season. as the mea portion on the menu this festive occasion, and i by the 3,400 inmates and 400 ]us. The sweet potatoes were grown at the farm. The !used in this big Thanks! included 3,000 pounds of lallons of oysters, 50 bushels Ipotatoes, 300 bunches of celery, tpounds of cranberries, 40 bushe lapples, 800 mince pies, and I things that go to make up da dinner is cordially invited. The marriage of Miss Irene Hardy, of the Harmony community, and How-  ard Rigs, Jr., of Lincoln, occurred at noon Thursday, November 1% 1932, at the home of the bride, the cere- mony bein performed by Rev. R. NKSGIVING SPECIALS "V Folsn, nastor of the Harmony M THA E. church. ;he single ring ceremony being used. 0nty the immediate families were present. The bride wore a brown chiffon dress and car- tied a bouquet of roses. She is the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ,,-o"ve' ELGIN BICYCLE - c of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rigs, Sr., of "- Linco'n. Beth raduated from the  ,ECashDe:, 5     iSt I  Lincoln Community. High School in abe Class o, 1932. Following the     : I ! ceremcny a three-coursewedding din-      . her was served, after which the bride . ,, -     and groom left for a visit in Kansas x: h,mer..can:s I restl  i    . ! City, Missouri. On their return they * j ,. erected cottage at 603 Seventh street, J "[ ----- [.%'// /a boys ride - "'" Missionary Society of the De- /ff/,  ]7/<f/g.  white enamel. Has "'?:"" M. E. church Tuesday Novem-  '/'  ,Xl ,er brake; chromium "er22d, with fifty ladies resent from "" %.' \\;\j plated rims and   7% PX ----, / f Clinton, Lincoln and Beason. The fol-   large spring saddle.  !; I )  i.  : J {g lowing program was given. Devotional, Rev. Folson. Song.Treasurer,s Report, Mrs. Walker, WORK SHOES CHORE COAT   i - .,,: . Men' hea y quality work shoes .... l - - of Decatur.  " with durable uppers. Sizes 6 to - "  Just ecelved Another snl Corresponding Secretary's Report, 11 Long wearing and real pal ment of those fine blanket-line denim coats Mrs. Bert, of Clinton. ups at this price .... .I.'. t[lli I11=1 2.t Supply Secretary's Report, Mrs. Winters, of Decatur.  i Queen Esther's Wrk' Mrs" Net- I E A O I ling, of BemenL Junior Work, Mrs. Harry M. Blout, N MEL R ASTERS of Mr. Pulaski. Ta]k,'Service,"Mrs. Brown. i 49c,,1 At noon a dinner was served by the U '; " ladies of the church. P ; 12 TUBE SILVERTONE 1:30 p. re.- Song, Mrs, John Keys and Mrs. ..... , _00IIIDI:'I00 I.II:'T RADIO 00ert00o,.o000000oo , , o, ..__ ..______.....____. Roll Call. I | "',, ! roasters in choice of colors. ! Song, Mrs. Alex Splain and Mrs. ;' -- r"  " I I ! They oome in v.r,ous sizes a.d I broad.It superheterodyne Charles Colburn, of this vicinity. I 1 all are exceptional value st I Report of National Convention at I I  i this pr, o.. I- onsole radio reiver. Has Chlu ill -- it. li m Et. Louis, io., by Mrs. Haywood, of B audio amplification. Full 12-inch IK I i I IJ Pana, National Bureau Secretary. I I i Enamel Roasters ! superlyamle speaker. Automatic . ,ll | Ill tl t volume control and tone control.  ! l k LAo,00KEy I I _l ! at .... 89e aed $1.19 I Walnut veneer cabinet ......... / u ll Cash ORK I Alum. Roaster ___$1.79 I Down--a5 Monthly --===I = V Oltl. La",' .,---v. 24.--Mrs. A. I, A|um. Roaster ..... 9St" . " " RADfi0Sh kiRA "mall Carrying charglGALlV .... I' i BaumgardL Mrs. Clyde Febus and IMPORTED CANARIES [ BIRD CAGE AND STAND D RED tED! Mrs: Willis Gaffrley-were callers in Genuine imported Hertz Moun- I New type cage with remov- Lincoln lest Thursday. rain Roller Canaries. Young | able tray. Stand to match. O guar. to @@ A I $2.19 Value is your chance to get a much higher priced radio now at a ridi- Rev. ar:d Mrs. Claude Stults, of male birds .. lllil=| Now ............... --|Vt' = ililllll Y " . R-markgd for quick clearance. Hero Eustis, Pl:r:da, arrived here Thursday sing wtihin 30 days # I culous price. of last v:eek, beinsr called here on ac- coun of :he sickness of his mother, NEW TYPE DI--- I I BOYS' HIGH TOPS Former prices are quoted to show you the value we are offer- Mrs. George A. Slts, who passed H PAN | HERE is a special buy for our ing in our Big Thanksgiving Event! away Friday morning. Here is an absolutely new type | Thangsgiving event. Boys" $69.50 Six Tube Battery Set Console .................... $39.g5 Mr. and Mrs. Alva Haynes, of pan na wm II any size kit- | high top shoes, stitched black $69.50 Seven Tube Super Console Set .................... 39.95 Corntand, and daughter, Mrs. John chen sink. Rectangular shape ! leather upners, stitched down $.54.50 Eight Tube Super HeL Mantel .................... 19.95 Bryson, of this place, were visitors in instead of oval or round. A#t I soles. Sizes -- 1 $59.50 Six Tube Battery Set Console .................... 29.95 Mr. Pulaski Saturday. $1.00 Vlue .......... i I 11 1 9 t, 9 Il =vv $49.95 Six Tube Electric Console .................... :.. 19.95 Misses Opal and Ruby Moore and $39.50 Five Tube Mantel Type .......................... 20.00 Miss Harriett McAfee were in Lin- coln last Friday and attended the oof..t__ALCOHnOL "|l HURRY IN TOMORROW, ONLY ONE OF EACH KIND semi-annual meeting of the Logan 188 pr d al GLYCERINE CountYDr. L.Teachers'L. DennisonASSciatin'was home nearly -reez gw eta r. 'lll upC-hlinPrteeC't'Se yurcar nowat "against'| Pure glycerine to protect your Save 35 Per Cent On Silvertone Tubes! all last week suffering from a severe ...... " I car. One filling lasts all winter. Free Testing--Free Tube Carrier cold. PertmS prme. uring your own can. i Does not evaporate. Fill  - .. 00let,00 I up now Per gallon .... 'l "I" 201-A .................. 49 245 .................... Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wicks, Mr. and a,on ............... "ll'itt I " Mrs. Joseph Lampher, of Chicago, I  226 .................... 51e 227 .................... ONI B $1 46 :' .................... .< 235H2.A ..................... , "* visited here the week-end with tteir 171.A c 247 . . sister, Mrs. Earl Bowers. COR ATTERY 28o , Those who attended the funeral of Mrs. George A. Stults Sunday after- Corona Battery 13 plate type, guaran-  I I noon from a distance were Rev. and teed for 12 months on a service basts. Corduroy Pants Double Blanket Mrs. Claude Stults, of Eustis, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stults. of Casey, Illinois. and Mr. and Mrs. Miller. of Bolivia, Illinois. Elza Oglesby, with his Sunday School class of boys, went rabbit hunting last Saturday afternoon. They took no guns. but took their dogs along, and with the aid cf clubs, secured six abbits. They they came :o tb." Olesby h0)e, Mrs Oglesby I treated the crowd to popcorn, apples arid candy. Atl:-r.eport a gcod time. Those in the htsd: were Walter and I Billy Phil]ips,-W]llis Moore. Norman McAfee, Harold i'Koehlar and Dorre]l Neal. " Mr. and Mrs, Orville L. Pratt. of Hartsburg, and Mrs. John Kerschner of this locality" were Sunday guests at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Harry Piatt. They came to attend the ftmeral of Mrs. George A. Stults. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peterson, who live west of Cornland, visited here Sunday with her mother, Mrs. George Bowsffer. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moore. Mrs. L. L Dennison, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Plata were in ML Pulaski last Sunday evenin and at ended serwces at the Christian church. Old one In exchange. Free battery test- ing. And Old One ,t, Forced Draft Heaters For "A" Fords 29 to 31. Cast aluminum light weight easily installed. All you need is a screw driver. This heater fits around exhaust manifold. Priced much lower ti, ao $2 49 in our general catalog =, Winter Oil "Cross Country" is refined from 100 per cen pure Pennsyl- vania crude. Under our permit number 554. Bring )'our own container. $2 75 5 gal. bulk ......... VISIT OUR SERVICE STATION.Half block south of Lin- corn store in Pfeifer building. Batteries for any make car charged, 75c, including rental battery for two days. All tires puChased at our store are put on quickly and without expense to our customers. Oil changed and drain service. Alcohol. or othee anti*freeze mixtures put in radiators without extra cost for this service. Hours: 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.H. SALMONS, in Charge You may purchase your tires, batteries, oil, alcohol, etc., right :. at Our Service Station. i SEARS. ROE BUCK AND CO, LINCOLN, ILLINOIS Youths pants of heavy grade corduroy material. Tan, Rust or Bright Blue colors. Vide legs. %Vide %Vaist ban(S1 98 Sizes 28 to 34 ........ _ i MODEL Pine quality Nashua Blanket size 70x80, choice of four colo in smart plaids, sateen bound Part wOol. Regular $2.(t 7 value ................. I I l A  KENMORE WASHER Cash Del. The Model "A" Kenmore is the today. Washes a whole tubful greatest washer buy in America snowy white and sweetly clean in 5 to 7 minutes. Nothing to compare with it anywhere near this price. $5 Down---S5 Monthly Small Carrying Charge