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PAGE 8IX THE TIMES.NEWS. MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, NEWS FLASHES FROM EVERY SECTION OF LOGAN COUNTY LOGAN COUNTY COUPLE MARRIED 55 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McKnight, well known residents of Lincoln, quietly observed their fifty-fifth wedding anniversary Tuesday, De- i eember 6, 1932, at their home, 2021 Second street. Both were born at Dahlgren, Illinois. MRS. SARAH AERY DIED AT HOME IN LINCOLN Mrs. Sarah Gertrude Aery, wife of Philip Aery, died at her home in Lin- last Friday, December 2d, aged 11 months and 14 days. was born in Middletown on De- cember 17, 1876. She is survived by her husband and six children, two} brothers and our sisters. JUNE CRANDALL, ATLANTA, * i IN AUTO SMASHUP June Crandall og Atlanta, a for- mer Lincoln College student, was badly bruised in an auto smashup near Table Grove during the Thanks- giving season. June is well known throughout Boy Scout circles as well as college owing to his activity in that work. FOUND BIG HORNET'S NEST NEAR LINCOLN RECENTLY Ben F. Scroggin, a former resident of Lake Fork vicinity, but who now lives in Lincoln, was out along Salt creek in Lincoln vicinity recently and found h big hornet's nest in the timber. The nest measures two and one-half feet long, and is more than three and one-half feet in cir- cumference. LINCOLN COUPLE HAVE BEEN MARRIED FIFTY YEARS In Lincoln, Illinois, on Wednesday, November 30, 1932, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln L. Evans celebrated their golden wedding anniversary, the hppy event taking place at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Rich- ard Georgi, where a family dinner was served at noon. They have three children. Mr. and Mrs. Evans have been lifelong residents of to- Before her marriage, Mrs. AI Simmons, ow Chicago /hite .Sox outfielder, hopes "to regain his batting crown next year, o is now in Hot Springs taking the baths in a reducing proig to ta g 20 potm4s. NEW HOLLAND WOMAN'S CLUB MET THURSDAY The New ttolland Woman's Club held its monthly meeting in the So- cial room of ti High School at 2 o'clock Thursd:y afternoon, Decem- WORKMAN IN LINCOLN CHINA FACTORY INJURED Birney Sapp, employed at the Illi- nois China Company factory in Lin-, injured one of his hands last F:qdy while at work, and it was found necessary to amputate two fingers, the operation being perform- ed at St. Clara's hospital. FOY JOHNSON UNDERWENT OPERATION IN BLOOMINGTON t Miss Foy Johnson, former Lincoln College student from Middletown, but now a student at Illinois Wesley- lan University, Bloomington, was I taken suddenly ill last week, and submitted to an operation at the Brokaw hospital for relief from ap- pendicitis, and is making a nice re- i covery. The contest among Democrats PLAN HOMECOMING AT for Speakership of the House, ELKHART SATURDAY gives promise of much action be- " fore March 4. Here is Congress-, In Elkhart last week a meeting of l man Rainey of Illinois, The the mothers of the students of Elk-I aspires to the scat hart Community High School was I '- held for the purpose of perfecting[T 'an.JlA# i., toun x, Corn plans for an oyster supper and home- t  .v coming to be given Saturday even- Growers Take Honors ing, December 10th. Mrs. James R.I Taylor and Mrs Charles Smith ere( --- " Corn frowers from several central chosen to be in charge of arrange-I . . - --  .. t I]hnms countms-scored heavily in the ments, and other committees werehain and Ha appointed. , , Show department o :he international Live Stock Exposi- :i:n held in Chicago last week. The her 1st. The New Holland High. EMDEN BAND ELECTED !judging was conlpiet.ed on November OFFICERS FOR YEAR I39th in the spe::al classes for ten- School girl's glee club gave a fine p:'ogram. INSTALL LIGHTS AT ATLANTA CROSSING The n:w signal electric lights have ecn placed in position on the gates recently installed at the Vine and Race street Alton railroad crossings in Atlanta. They are large and prominent and motorists can see them for blocks. lear samples of yellow utility type Members of the Emden Militarv t:rn from region four, witch in- Band and their families enjoyed an !etudes :hc soahern wo-thirds of oyster suFper at the Community i the :ate. Detailed awards follow: Tse recently, bscaz. Moflntjoy, Atlanta, first. I. The following officers were elected D. l]e_kman, Cerro Gordo, second; for the coming year: M.F. Curry, Assumption, third; C. ManagerOrla Hitchcock. E. Canterbury, fourth; R. K. Mals- President--Cart Klink. i bury, Lowder, fifth; Howard A. Pev- TreasurerLeonard McCormick. erly, Decatur, sixth; Clarence Wat- LibrarianWilliam Kramer. son, Macomb, seventh; E. O. Tray ATLANTA INDEPENDENTS DEFEAT ARMINGTON The Atlanta Independent basket- team opened the season Tuesday evening of last week by playing the team at Armington. They perform- ed- smoothly for a first game and won by a score of 44 to 20. Assistant LibrarianHarold Kloe- enga. Jack Bowles is the popular leader i of this organization. LOGAN COUNTY RANKS RENEW COLLECTOR'S BOND The bankers of" Logan county as- sembled in Lincoln Friday /tfternooni of last week to take u 9 the matter KENNEY STUDENTS WILL JAW DISLOCATED WHEN PRESENT OPERETTA LADY YAWNED IN The students of the Kenney Corn-i Mrs. Alma Zane, 75, resides i munity High School will present the Pleasant Plains, northwest of Spring operetta, 'Sonia," in the school au-l field ' and when she retired one nigh ditorium on the evening of Monday, trecently was feeling fine and als December 12th. slept well. But when she awoke the (( I following morning she discovered[ " CLEMENT STUDEBAKER I that something was wrong with th PASSED AWAY SATURDAY I left side of her jaw. She went t.g A t St. John's hospital in Springfield for[tderso A heart attack was fatal last Sat-i an X-ray examination and it wasting urda'- hi-h" "o "lem-n" S'u^ake - found that the jaw" had been dislo- rity Jr., 61, of Chicago. utilities magnate cared, the doctors decdmg that th e pci: and member of the family that msmca.tmn was caused when -e  oil founded the Studebaker automobile yane(l m her sleep. The 3.a: o. c !t comnanv was set, and she will remain in m son !  ""   l hospital for several days. I LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL ALL AT ONCE GIRL HURT BY TRUCK Plump Girl:--In the bus this mor- l in three men jumped up and offered Catherine Stolz, aged 15, a Fresh- me their seats. " man in the Lincoln Community High I Slim One:--Did you take the, School, was injured last Friday noon idear? when struck by a truck owned by the Joliet Transfer Co., the accident happening at the corner of Broadway[ How One Woman and Logan streets. The front wheel 1 of the truck pinned her left foot to s . , nn .am L  the pavement, and an examination at! LOSt I U LDS. In a week St. Clara's hospital showed that two( I toes were broken and also two bones I -- i in the arch. Mrs. Betty Luedeke of Dayton, O,  [writes: "I am usinz Kruschen to FARMERS MUST SUB?lIT I reduce weight--I lost i0 pounds in one week and cannot say too much ' To take' " e2d last' easily, SAFELY CATTLE TO T. B. TESTltorecm}m Springfield, Ill., Dec. 7.--Farmers  If and HARMLESSLY--take one ha who refuse to submit their cattle to teaspoonful of Kruschen in a glaSS a test for tuberculosis are guilty of a misdemeanor and subject to a fine not to exceed $1,000, and his cattle can be placed in quarantine. This is the holding of Attorney General Os- car E. Carlstrom in an opinion to State's Attorney Ralph W. Cowden, at Monmouth, Illinois. The oinion discussed the compulsory test law at some length, and concluded with the statement that the law makes it mandatory upon all persons to sub- ler, La Place, eighth; Harold DeFra- tes, Chapin, ninth; R. C. Petefish, ! the State Department of Agriculture. Springfield, tenth; Edwin Rentschler, ..... Chestnut, eleventh; Tom Paluska, Waverly, twelfth; John Danaher, Fancy Prairie, thirteenth; Jacob E. Lauer, Broadwell, fourteenth; Illi- nois State Normal University farm, Normal, fifteenth. H. W. RODGERS OPENS of hot water in the morning before breakfast, go lighter on fatty meatS. potatoes, butter, cream and pastrieS --it is the safe way to hse unsight- ly fat. and one bottle that lasts four weeks costs but a trifle. Get it at any drug store in America. If this first bottle fails to convince you this is the safest way to lose fat--moneT back. But be sure and get Kruschen Salts--imitation are numerous and mit cattle to the test upon request of you must safeguard your health-" adv. was Nora Theresa FlynR. of furnishing a personal bond for OFFICE IN DECATUR ; '" :V" "IOLLAND HIGH eor e ....... ....  g oerle, as county COlleCtor, ILLIOPOLIS RURAL ROUTE TO PRESENT PLAY " "- .......... H ior the coming year. Tnjs was done H. w. loclgers, wno was in ne AS BEEN ABOLISHED  last year to keep the money in Lo- shoe business in ML Pulaski a num2 ... , ... .... [ At 8 o'clock on the evening of gan county banks, when it waslearn- ber of years ago, but who moved to .... .. ,uiopolis, an.--un ecemer tstlWednesday, December 14th, follow, ed that surety companies would not Decatur from this city, and has been :: "the ntmber of rural mail carrierg ling the one-day Farmers  Institute Ifurnish a surety bond unless the in the same business since, will now out of Illiopolis ws reduced from. [program, the New Holland High [county's tax money was deposited in devote all his time to the practice three to .;two. J. L, Hunter was dis-[School will present the lstponed[Chicago banks. It is necessary to i of chiropody, and is opening an office missed from the semze, and his ter' [play, "Adventures of Gran4pa." l renew the bond annually, and  the l in the Citizens building. ritory dlvid:! bo%ve-n W. J. B, Max- [  bankers met to take 'steps to pro-[VIGOR, USN,,O ;well and C. F. Phillips. The s.a!arY[ARMATUR E BLOWOUT [vide the $300,000 bond for 1933. u  o .r Of the two rw.i-i:' - -rriers will de a'op MIDDLETnW mv,I.[ .... MAN'S RIB AT CARMI, ILL. : :increased, bu, be .posoffice depart , I COUNTY'S SHARE $35.153 ] : m enz win save l,utu .er year oy a ,,,,+ , , ..... t ...... *h, [ IN .T c t,vxri In Carrel, Illinois, a few days ago .... the change, dynamo at the Johnson"'coal mine in ......  Joseph Rckenbach took such. a v]g-. .... , .... ,orous sneeze that one of hm robs i:; FA] oACC'(nng . ora lecelve(t ]n in- was' broken He was m" a standm" g c In last FrMay by E H. Lukenbill, lposition, and the doctors believe rounty su.perintendent of schools, {that the jerk of the body caused the Logan county's share of the state!rib to break. distributive school fund this year I  amounts to $35,159.24. The figures I ALTON WOMAN RECEIVED are based on actual average daily attendance in Grade Schools, and funds are distributed by the state this year" to all counties except Cook. The alportionment for that county cannot be computed until its 1931 tax assessments are spread. There are 883,147 pupils in Illinois, of which 359,142 are in Cook county. The counties will receive from the Illinois state school fund $10,500,000. ,! ' !' L- ' ,, ,, _,, I ARD MAILED 23 YEARS AGO Mrs. A. C. McCurdy lives in Alton, Illinois, and last Friday, December 2d, received a postal card which had been in the mail more than 23 years. The postman left a card addressed to Mrs. McCurdy, from Spokane, Washington, bearing the date of January 6, 1909. The card showed a picture of a horse drawn vehicle. , i ,,, i GOFF FUNERAL HOME "TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" PHONE LINCOLN 1234 i H ,i H FI m, I ,,I I I II ,i I i I Ill ILLINOIS DENTISTS Painless F.xlrabons $1.OO German Gold Dust Plates, $12.50 Unbreakable Heco- lite Plates,J24.50 GUARANTEED TO FIT Cleaning $1.00 Fillings ........... $1.00 Crowns $5.00 Bridge Work ...... $5.00 GAS ADMINISTERED DR.. KABILL i i,, i, ii , FARMERS INSTITUTE WEEK IN LOGAN COUNTY TOWNS tere is vnuch of iterest in store the people of t-he county the corn- week when three towns will be scene of nnual one-by Farmers Household Sien-e Pro- Cor: Show and Exhibits. the following, plres and dates: Chestnut, Tuesday, December 13th. Holland, Wednesday, Decem- ' i4th. Thursday, December 15th. COUNTY MEN ON STATE ROUTE 121 WORK past two weeks more men, chosen the federal road and employ- of four hundred names, work on Route 121 in vicinity, working full or e on preliminary bridge or culverts, in pullin hedge, of way, or other nec- When grading work soon more men will be Most of those work are married men, all of have dependents. SUSPENDED ON ROUTE FOUR STRIP AT LINCOLN The George Hoffman Construction of Lincoln, which has the for laying the Route 4 Lincoln on the north, the work until suit- conditions prevail in it is stated. Previous to in November, which followed by freezing tern- forms had been placed of more than a mile paving. The contin- and freezing sice tha$ has made it impractic- to try laying the slab now, the delayas badly : as this is needed. BUB SPECIAL! SPECIAL! 15 Years Experience Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p.m. 5131/2 Broadway LINCOLN, ILLINOIS Open Every Day, PHONE 64 FLOUR SALE Middletown vicinity ithe first part Of last week left the mine idle until re- pairs could be effected. The mine resumed operation Wednesday. ATLANTA LIBRARY ESTABLISHES RECORD On Saturday, November 26th, all circulation records of the Atlanta City Library were broken by the ['oaning of 230 books, the largest umber prior to that date being 179. Many of these books are selected by I the staff to send to shut-ins, and to .those who duties do not permit them I to come to the. library. KENNEY TEACHER WAS APPOINNTED DEPUTY Ross Rndolh, formerly of Bea- son, who hs leen principal of Ken- key Grade chool the past few years, resigned his position to be- come o.e deputy at Clinton under Sheriff Fred Callison of DeWitt county. The change became effective December 1st, and Walter Brady of Kenney accepted the principalship position. WANT ROAD REI AIRED SOUTH OF MIDDLETOWN Last Friday afternoon a road dele- gation of Middletown went to Lin- coln and conferred with the state-aid committee in regard to having the newly located state-aid route south i af Middletown made passable by gravelin the bad places in the road. The committee informed them tha it would be done when funds were available. The road connects with the Middletown-Broadwell state aid road. "SIAMESE TWINS" BORN IN MASSACHUSETTS SUNDAY In Malden. Massachusetts, Sunday, December 4th, three children, two of them joined together, were born to Mrs. Frank H. Reed. I I I I Ill iii ii iii iii I By Ed Kresy 48 - '1" PILLSBURY 53c ScK OOU"/ 24 Lb. Sackl 48 750 CLUB 39C { sc AVONDALF., 24 lb. Sack c; 48 lb. Sack 69e. PALMOLIVE SOAP 3 19e SUPER SUOS 3 23e SEMINOLE TISSUE 3 -,-,- IDe 17e CAKE FLOUR ,.o. BREAD LO&F LOalr MILK 3 17c JEWEL COFFEE soo. .0 3  57c lZ]t G]I&N BAG FRENCH COFFEE " "" "2 s. 49C Sad lt'lLvot*y o,,** '-29 COUNTRY CLUB ,., ,,.,. WALNUT TOPPED CHOCOLATE COOKIES  19c LAYER tAKE " "'" ei,,nu smoked Sagsr-red It.Ulfll 'Whole or HIf Side LIB. , I Oc , ' ASSORTED " GELATINE DESSERT ,.o.. ,. I lffJt :t-Ol, otfle untry Club Marsehhm en, lel snd Slz Gissa Jdl Mel4 CAULIFLOWER ORAPEFRUIT 3 ,o, GRAPES 4 ,.,,. EATINt APPLES 4 19C OR JONATION LETTUCE 50 Iceber HEAD Large, 8oUd