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BLOOMINGTON', ILL. THE DAILY PANTAGRAPH DUCK SHOOTING "y. AnniTrt niTiTTN , ,r Service, Award Basis SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1931. Getting Ready for Goblins (Continued from Page S) 'nominees for the Community Service award. Many Hunters Here to Take'l'RathYHT ran in minting Along linois River. .pi nan, given the award' Eugene P. FunkE. M Kvans. V. H. Johnson, Lloyd Eyer, Miss Nellie Par- I nam, .Mrs. Sam Klklns, Arthur S I Smith, Walter Armbruster, Eusene The roar or licht artillery will f' HisPr. Frederick A. Hitch, Wil- start Sunday noon along the llli-i " Rm Mvcrs ani1 James U. Gray. nois river wlien duck hunters from j The committee selected this year mis ana o'.ner pans or the state!"' maKe tne award is composed of take to the "blinds." Many local !sevpn persons. Ned E. Dolan is hunters expect to make the annual Chairman, and the other membei s pilgrimage to the downstate shoot-!are Arthur S. Smith. Frank Donning reports. The cold, blustry,van Rnd Richard M. O'Connell, all weather of the last few days, they!0' Bloomincrton : William W. Messy, is driving the waterfowl south- Knight. Normal; Mrs. Sam Elkin ward, and if the present brand con-! residing on a farm near Rlooming-tinues the shooting should be ideal. ton, and Frank Moberly, Shirley. After the first day. shooting will This commit. ,..m 1 : ' . . be remitted from sunrise to sun- outline its own method of proced- riVv 'h. s. . c,os,ngUre, win; assisted by The Panta- '' , "o uui'sj grapn in clerical work .... oii.niui.il me nuntcr may; ways as the nave m runts in his one time coier two ilavs shoot n Th. ' r.i... .u. ..i hooting geese alfr, .... , '. ... ... r: in VHllIliy. Nominees must be residents of McLean county, but their names may be suggested by persons living anywhere. Early nominations r i,ri and other committee mav re nts in his possession at quest, hut The Pantagraph having Thesc, however, must, no part in choosing the person to .season for opens Min.lay noon and closes Nov i'l- The daily limit is 4. The quail, rahhit and pheasant seasons open Nov. 10. The quail season closes Dec. 10, with 12 birds as the daily limit. The pheasant season closes Nov. 15, f.ve days 0f ; requested, for the committee must shooting. Only two cock pheas-!make "3 choice by Dec. 15 In or-ants may be bagged daily. Thelder to K'VB time for engraving the rabbit season extends until .Inn i Plaque, which is to he nreont.n 15. the annual dinner of the Associ- ill. The daily limit Is Several sportsmen are nlannim iatlon of Commerce. quail shooting excursions to south-1 The field of choice has been n1t.7l.:!hfVS w, ! broadened by a change made las" i i iMvtkr av,-' v i'MfPsaas Three Found Guilty in Chicken Stealing rntmraph central lillnoln mrvlcc. PEKIN. The Jury In the caHe of John Chatmnn, Ivan and Clayton oritTith, charged with stealing 41 chickens from Anton Volk in Rand Prairie township, returned a verdict of guilty after being out 10 hour?. The, defendants face terms in the penitentiary of from one to 10 years. Motion by the defense to quash tne Indictments against Henry uenhart and H. A. Kingsbury. ln dieted for violation of the banking act, was overruled by Judge Daily in aie circuit court, but the court allowed a motion for more specific bill of particular, to be presented by Nov, 6. Arguments on a motion to exclude Wallace J. B'ack to assist State's Attorney Dunkleberg In the prosecution of the case will also be heard. Elmer Behrens pleaded cuiltv to chicken theft and applied for probation. Decrees of divorce were granted in the following cases: Cora vs. Carl E. Anschleks; Clara vs. Benjamin Schlmmclpfening; Clara vs. Lewis Harberger; Alma M. vs. James J. Carroll; Florence vs. Adam Keisllng. h. I.tir,,1'!''.'', 'lVl.',r T- "IT of Ml' 1,n1 M.r"- X T T',J'I,ir- Pt"B 'I"1 ""'siting touches on the ... , , "- " "inni in.iu n liiuiipKiii hi preparation for the witohe His ilog Is showing great interest In the proceedings. march Hallowe'en night. rantagraph Photo to be more plentiful than usual in venirai imnoi Dozen Candidates to Take Tests f. or West Point Todav year in the rules of eligibility. Formerly the service designated as the uusis or me award was to have been performed in the current year of the award. Now no such limitation is made. One may be chosen whose major services occurred in some ether year, but the hn.m. oi sucn service must he still flowing toward the community. A.gebra, geometry, English, his-l Nominations should be addressed tir and physics are subjects with j to the Community Service Award vhici a dozen candidates willl'tor. The Pantagraph. The per-pranple when they take a seven;30" suggesting any name for the d a half hour competitive pre-'awal"d should accompany the noml-'minary examination for W e s t nalion wltn 500-word statement of roint in the supervisors chamber, lhe "asons. These sketches of of the county building at 9 a. m. nominees will be published from Saturday. Arthur Lartz, secretary, "me to time in The Pantagraph of the Bif.omington Civil Service' after ,ne cmmittec has declared board, will be in charge. It is con-the nominee as eligible. trary to civil serv.ee usage to dl- " vulge the names of persons taking! iifj(Ta R such examinations hut Vfr Ton, JUUC U' fsid that at least one of those scheduled to take the examination here Is a soldier fiom Fort Sheridan. StPnaff Ittia rVnMn'a MnH ment cites a vacancy in the mili-l ernon where he presided over tary academy and explains that ajlne e-lons of the appellate court series of examinations will be heldi for t ur days. He reported that ... .... ..,,., ,,.JUi oatmuay lur '"-,nere waj an of business. Oral arguments were heard Raw Material for Jack-o'-Lanterns ige Barry Returns From Appellate Duties Judge Edward Barry of the circuit court returned Friday from unusually heavy run alternates. Other examinations will be conducted in Chicago, Wauke-can, Rockford, Galena, Dixon, Kock Island, Kcwanee, Ottawa, Kankake, Peoria, Monmouth, Macomb, Q'lincy. Lincoln, Champaign, Springfield. Decatur. Paris. Carroll-ton, East St. Louis. Effingham, Lawrencevllle, Mt. Vernon, Car-hondale. Harrisburg, Cairo, Jaek-fonville and Hillsboro. Papers will he sent to Washington for grading, Mr. Lartz said. Candidates must be Illinois residents and not less than 17 years old. They cannot have become 22 years old on the entrance date, July 1. 1932. Farmers, Producers to Organize Unit numerous new cases and argument was waived in a large number of others. As the result of these hearings opinions will later be written. Decisions, however, will not be announced in these cases before January. On Nov. 10, Judge Barry and Circuit Judges Harry Edwards, Dixon, and William J. Fulton. Sycamore, other appellate court junts, win hear oral in cioomington in two or three cases which were not ready for presentation at the time court adjourned In Mt, Vernon. The November term of the circuit court will open here Monday, with the first two weeks devoted to hearings before the court. It is -xpeciea mat jury trials of civil Marriage Licenses Illinoisans Cited for Carnegie Hero Awards Get Medals Special Police Aid to Be Given During Hallowe'en Festival , rantasraph Central Illinois hVrrln, PONTIAC Alfred Dearth Jr., Coal City and Virginia Clincsmlth, Falrbury. Pantaxraph Central llllnola service. PEKIN. Margaret Weekly of Harrisburg and Bernard Stoyohann of Rock Island. They were married here Friday by Judge John T. Cul- bertson In the county court bridal chamber. LEXINGTON Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Gearlen and son, James, entertained a group of children at a Hallowe'en party Saturday afternoon. The guests in costume gave a conceit program on Main stret at 3 p. m. Mrs. F. C. Wise wad hostess to members of the Woman's club at the library Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Irene Payne read a paper on the "Antilles." Mrs. Wise told of "Mex- u tu. rnn...i..i it w ... n the circle of the bright lights andj " r ew TiZT River Flows Through Heaven." When Bloomington celebrates Hallowe'en Saturday night with a street dance and festival in the library block on North East street the police department will be on duty full force to guard homes and stores and other property outside There .1 material here for n lot of Jack-o'-lanterns, nvs Billy Kuntz 3 year old son of .Mr. and .Mrs. Hoy Kuntz of Ooodficld. "This view whs smipixd when Billy nnd his iln.l visited the J. T. 'le, rv f ti rm nnn VI. arguments I'hso to witness l ho Woodford County corn huskln.. n,nt Pantajraph Photo A meeting to organize a unit of suits will start at the beginning of the Farmers and Producers Protec- the second week of the term. tive association for McLean and adjoining counties will be held in the circuit court room of the county court house at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, It was announced Friday by Harry L. Herbert and M. G Gravel to Be Laid on Spillway Road Foot Bath Saves Life of Boy, 7 He Absorbs Brown Dye From Shoes Turns Blue as Poison Eats Oxygen The life of Frederick Brian. 7-and Into a stupor before his mother year-old son of Dr. and Mrs. Fred,co"ll make any inquiry. W. Brian. 17 White r.lace. was Dr. Brian was called, and in rapid probably saved, It was learned Frl-1 suc,es'on Bht physicians and a ft J - . , , (.. iiuidc nvi u V. a iiril JltLU DC IV' With th wlden.ns and ci Bviint ! mother washed his j ic. thoe includlnt? nt iMtrinian Hines of Macon, organizers of'thei"' the road ,rom route 2 to Lakel'"'' thinkinR they w" dirty fromjDr. Robert Black. Chicago. Many movement. Blormlngton comnleted official. i P'am ln '('av- The feet were wero maa' ln to lo- The association was started a charge are planning to start gravel- br0Wn from ah"rPtl"n of brown t", l"'7' v ,h , '!? bod? moters. is to organize farmer, for ,t"rtalUr.dy "r 'aiy Ishoe. tc school la, Week Whehe'r ,rm WC"knM- A" 0XyRen alg and. tabillzing grain prices." tornejf Eugene Bland of Shelbyvllle. four ' . . " - m the had faten nothing, she washed r 'ZZ I"P.r.W" state senator. of Decatur: Oren L. Herbert of Mrsron, vice president of the association; Dr. W. A. Colyer of Garrett, president, and Guy Robertson of Atwood, secretary-treasurer. 'Christmas Carol' Cast Will Rehearse Tuesday The second rehearsal for "Christmas Carol," to be given Sunday night, Dec. . in Scottish Rite temple by the Bloomington Consistory Players, will be held In the temple juesaay nignt. Delmar .urru Bna regraded before being V?1"1 anl l now of sufficient width to permit easy traveling of two lanes of autos. Part of the work was contributed by the 1111-nois Power and Light company, accord ng to Mr. Ethell. the company moving its power line back 15 feet and aiding in the grading. Nurses Hold Party The nurses of Brokaw hospital held a Hallowe'en party Friday night at the nurses' cottage, all attending who were not on duty either for regular nr anaeui ...... D. Darrsh, director of The evenlne's rnlrtinn...n ' work, has selected a cast of 65 'aisled of variation. r h. u merry makers, Orders were posted Friday at the city hall for the police who will put In extra hours Saturday in outlying districts while residents put The Kev. and Mrs. W. G. Anderson, Ethel Hefner, Mrs. F. A. Lauh?r nnd Alta Arnold attended aside care and gloom and Join the 'Z.Zl , g tne woman s festlvltle. on East street. if. It'1?, i" on'ry. 8"C""t.y ofJne The Bloomington band under Di rector George Marton will play for the occasion from a rasied platform and Bloomington mercharts are to contribute prizes for dance specialties and other cont'-sts which will be announced as the evening proceeds. A total of $30 cash has been offered for the best costumes worn by a woman and a man and for the second best Each first prize winner will get $10 cash and each second prize winner $5 cash. In addition merchandise prizes are to be awarded by business houses. The street from Washlneton to Jefferson will be roped off Saturday afternoon and cleared of parked automobiles. It will be cleaned and prepared as an outdoor dancing floor and at 7:30 p. m. the evening's festival will get under way. Methodist Episcopal church at Pon- tlac Tuesday. Ionic Chapter, No. 214, Order of Eastern Star, observed Past Patrons and Past Matrons night Tuesday. Mrs. Viola Henllne of Chenoa visited her sister, Mrs. Amanda Derrick Wednesday and Thursday. PITTSBURGH. C11 Two persons from Illinois Friday were cited by the Carnegie hero fund commission to receive awards for outstanding feats of bravery. They are among 48 persons in the country so named. To each of them is awarded a bronze medal. They are Eugene Robert Oat-man, a 12 year old schoolboy of Rockford, and Oliver Diehl, 60, a truckman of Morrison. Here's how the commission reported the Instances: Eugene Oatman, the schoolboy "saved Robert H. Craig, 15, a sdlioolboy companion, from-drowning at Omro, Wis., May 20, 1928. "While Craig and Eugene were paddling a boat in the old channel of the Fox river, the boat capsized, and both were thrown Into the water. Craig, who could not swim, bobbed up nnd down in the waters. Eugene, who had started swimming toward the bank, returned when he saw Craig's helplessness and dived toward him. A struggle followed ln which Eugene had much difficulty In freeing himself. He then grasped Craig's hair and towed him with great effort to wadablo water where they found aid. (Cralg lapsed Into unconsciousness and Eugene, exhausted, fainted on the bank. Both were revived, however." Diehl was reported to have prevented Henry B. Elmendorf, 78, from being killed by a train at Morrison, Dec. 9, 1929 by the commission. It said: "Elmendorf, who. was quite deaf, was walking on a crossing toward a track on which a passenger train was approaching at a speed of 55 miles an hour. A crossing watchman shouted to him to stop, hut Elmendorf continued to walk toward the track. "Diehl who was on the other side of the track, then shouted to him and when the locomotive was within 300 feet of Elmendorf he started to run across the track to him, reaching him four feet from the rail. Without stopping, he put his arms about Elmendorf and carried h'm six feet farther from the track. The locomotive was on the crossing when Diehl got In the clear." Taxpayers Plan Mass Meeting at Danvers I'anlasniph C'tnlral llllnola nrvlre DAKVERS.-A mass meeting 'for the taxpayers and others of Danvers township will be held at 7 3() p. m. Monday ln the Danvers com-, munity building. The purpose is to be perfecting of the Danvers township branch of the McLean County Taxpayers Protective league organzied Oct, 22 with 12 charter members. Lyle S. Stuckey and E. S. Sloane, were chosen as temporary chairman and secretary. A formal election of officers will be held Monday night. Pontiac High Glee Clubs Open Season Pantagraph Ontrul llllnola Mrrvlcc. PONTIAC.-The Pontiac Town-ship high school boys' and girls' glee clubs presented their first pro. gram of the season Thursday night at the school. The A Capella choir organized last year participated. Miss Ruhy Henderson is director of vocal music in the school. Six students have been accepted and will sing In the all-state chorus of 200 high school students at Ur-bana, Nov. 18 and 20: Thelma An. dcrson, Ruby Manley, Martin Rob. inson, Harry Watts, Clement Mc. Daniels and John Morrison. Found Dead in Auto ROCKFORD. ILL.-(.V -Chris tian W. Kline, 65, was found dead in an automobile In his caraee Friday. Coroner Walter Julian said he was asphyxiated. Kline left the house lat night and Mrs Kline, aiarmea over his absence, started the aearch Friday that resulted In the discovery of the body. Doolittle Sets New Mark CHICAGO. (INS) Mai. "Jim- my" Doolittle Friday held another speed record. - He cut 19 minutes off the best airplane time from st Louis to Chicago, flying the 280 MURn,,a ana Mre muea in i nour and 11 minutes ' Winnie. MANSFIELD Mrs. James Pollard of Cerro Gordo was a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Clcmans, the first of the week. The following local Woman's club members attended the county meeting of Woman's clubs at Atwood, Monday: Mrs. C. B. Kirk, Mrs. Louis Unfer, Mrs. Marshall Howe, Mri. J. F. McEwen, Mrs. R. M. House. Mrs. R. L. Plunk, Mrs. T. H. Warren and daughter. Miss Mae. Miss Tessle Bateman, who has lived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. House In Champaign, the last 10 weeks, has returned to Mansfield and Is staying with her aunt, Mrs. Catherine Howe, who Is ill. Mrs. Clyde Watklns, Corr. Former Atlanta Resident Dies in Denver This Week (Sprtlal to The Pantacraph.) ATLANTA. Word was received here Friday of the death of Fred O, Reynolds, prominent Denver grocer, who was a former resident of Atlanta. He dropped dead following a heart attack. Mr. Reynolds was born in Atlanta in 1881 and moved to the west 25 years ago. Surviving are his widow and 14. year-old son, Lawrence; his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth M. Reynolds; a brother. Bert L. Reynolds, and one sister, Mrs. I. B. Thompson. The funeral was held last Wednesday, EL PaTo Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pleasants have returned from a visit with relatives In Cedar Rapids, Iowa, They visited the Rev. and Mrs. J. V. Kennedy at Carbon Cliff. 111.. on their way home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schieber are the parents of a son. Vernon Duane, Will McKinney and daughter, Miss Margaret, have returned to their home ln Long Beach, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Crawford and their son in law, C. J. Wyc-koff, left by auto Monday for Tucson, Ariz., to spt-nd the winter. Mrs. Wyckoff who has been In the sanitarium In Ottawa for several months, came here Tuesday and GRIDLEY thllMlJ,Tort!,.0wrr,'n',,IV". rf;Mrs' Ty,or lf,t "vertand Tuesday the Methodist W. F. M. S. went to for thelr nome ln Kansg c ' Motorist Hits Three CHICAGO. (INS) Striking three pedestrians within the short space of four blocks was the eharee brought by police Friday against a motorist, Arthur Esch, 63. When arrested for reckless driving, Esch will go by train later to Join them. said he was unaware of the acd-'She will he nrrnmnniH fa, Kansas City by her sister, Mr.. Frank Thorn. M. P. Fitzgerald came home Tuesday after a two weeks' visit with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Young of Kankakee, and with Mr. and Mrs. George Schwitters of Plalnfield. Mrs. Lester Kingdon was hostess to the N. S. club Tuesday. Miss Dorothy Duiimlre has been elected a member of the Wrlgh-tonla organization at the Illinois State Normal university. Members of the Epworth League of the Methodist church gave a masquerade Hallowe'en party at the church Thursday. George Stauter. Lyle Stltt and Roy Kingdon attended Masonio lodge in Assumption Tuesday. Leslie Stauter was Initiated Into th order. The Decatur lodge con. GREEN VIEW The Eastern Stars held a Hallowe'en social for all Stars and their families Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sampson, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sampson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Adam Hibbs and family, all of this city, attended the Bradley family reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bradley at Petersburg Sunday. The Bible class of the St. John's Evangelical church held a social at the home of the Misses Edna and Margaret Dencker Tuesday. The Royal Neighbors held a Hallowe'en party at the Masonic hall Friday njght. The Christian church members held their annual Hallowe'en social at the church Thursday night. Mrs Jennie Mode and Mr. and ; ferred the third degree, Mayor J. B. Michel., who had a Pontiac to attend the annual meeting of Bloomington district. They were Mrs. L. W. Steele. Mrs. Eliza beth Breese. Miss Lois Moore, Mrs W. A. Freed, Mrs. J. C. Andrews, Mrs. M. D. Rowley, Mrs. C. R. L. B. Van- Capt. Frank Hawks held the old record. 1,1 wCU notmve ,he d"-!h oxygen ln the blood, jlo ai.c & n 'avv ninrn nni ii . o school ed ' return ,h QUMt'im was a.ked if th. child Th. ..m,. . , ., I'ver wore d'ed ahoe.. This gave of tim hi qii red n,,mbHthem Information which brought boy Mt wen 1cm '"T " ,he about th "medy. Dr. Black said bhi Ul I' l ?i ' 'S C.l0,r Vva" " one mor ' our f th. absorption of vor.'b" renTv hee.M,,"IV na U' S P"'on wou,d undoubtedly have vorable reply, she allowed him to proved fatal When Mrs Rrian whmealnh.lnwe"n,0hLl.n,il the ch.ldwTet "h.'dyf was wnen ne went home and Immed - removed ant .k..-.i aehT "7" f ache. He dropped to a davenport ;the saving of his life. stunts that make Hallowe'en parties different from all others. characters, with Frederick A. Hitch in the leading role as Scrooge. On Sunday, Dec. 13. the local players will present the production at Decatur, and on Sunday. Dee. 23 It di siagea at i-eoria. " congregational basket .upper The consistory decree staff la 'M be neld at the Normal Ttn,M. also busy with rehearsals for thejchurch Wednesday night. Reports Basket Supper to Be Held Hallowe'en Mask Burns 1 The burning of a mask In the basement of the Hudson Burr home, 210 East Chestnut street, filling the house with the odor, of smoke during a children's Hallowe'en party brought about a call of the Are department to that addreis at 7:40 p Th. mlsslnc heir, trn.t fn "'nay. in custody ny County Treasurer W Fund of $10,440.92 Awaits Missing Heirs of County Estates MAHOMET Ronald Gossard entertained a number of high school friends at Hallowe'en party Saturday nlsrht Those present were: June Welch Stella Faye Cole. Ruth Lett. June Cook. Helen Llndsey, Harriett Trotter, Donald Llndsev. Gale Wright The physicians were baffled until iPauI Cole, Archie Cook, Gerald Jones and Bob Shields. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Klasen attended the funeral of Miss Dorothy Dare Monday afternoon at the Ren-ner funeral home, Urbana. She had been reared by Mr. and Mr.. Klasen. Th. Rev. Sidney A. Gutnrie. pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church of Urbana, officiated. Burial was mad. In Woodlawn cemetery. Miss Nadlne Stout of Tolonowas home over the weekend Miss Ruth McNeill ot Bellflower .pent Saturday and Sunday here with her parents. Mlsa Fern Dale of Arthur spent the weekend at home of her parents, Mr. and Mr.. Oscar Dale. A. Burkholder, affords an interest ing study, it shows funds ranging fiftieth semi-annual reunion to b.jof the visitation committee will be ! from cents unTo 11 Jio Ho! h held In the temple Wednesday, made, the observance of th. cen- w3 . rnissin hel!)'' Thursday and Friday. Nov. 11. 12 tenni.l of the organized Baptist Jre..e. are unknown Bnd13- denomination In Illinois will be "J . ,unkno.wn' made, Car Crash Delays Pair Due to an automobile accident at Wilmington, In which no on. was hurt .erlously, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Irvln, 1415 East Olive street, and their driver came back to Bloomington Friday night In another car, for which they telephoned. Mr. Irvln was cut slightly on the head. No details of the accident were learned. Rites Held for Mrs. Stewart The funeral of Miss Blanche Stewart, 405 East Vernon avenue, Normal, who died Wednesday, was held at 9 p. m. Friday at the John A. Berk funeral home. The Rev. Henry Abraham wa In charge. Pallbearer, wer. R. Dooley, C. A. Tobias, Earl Richards, A. E. Stout, Clark Stewart and Hugh Stewart. Burial wa. ln Park Hill cemetery. ( Patient With Bullet in Heart to Recover MUNCIE, IND. (.Tl Although he has a bullet ln his heart, Cletl. Sweeney, a young farmer of near Gaston, expect, to go home oon from a hospital. The Injury was Inflicted aeveral week, ago by a Jealous husband. Physicians .aid they were confident he would recover fully. He has been walking around the hospital grounds the last few days. So unusual I. hi. case that a number of paper, have been prepared about It hy physicians. Still Alarm Answered A private telephone call from 402 East Front street brought about the run of a fir. truck at The total tru.t fnrt .,u- , I CZ '"" "' "'-cover tnat a belief '"ui,lnai mere was fir wa. unfounded. In th. house year to year but there la now $10,440.92. When the executor or administrator of an estate has completed hi. requirements, and has made all possible effort to locate missing persons, he turns the -Legislation to provide remuneration uu" "" "ver 10 me county :'t possiDie damage from recalcl trenaurer. jtrant waters following dredging of I It is held until missing heirs -a nine foot channel will be .ought men uii-uiiiy nu ciaim tne "y iuhu owners along the Mlaala- Dredge Damage Suit BURLINGTON, IOWA. JP amounts due them. The funds do not bear Interest, nor Is any charge jmaae ny tne county for their iaie-1 keeping. Mr. Burkholder says that quite frequently "lost" heir, return to claim their money, and In numerous Instances attorneys locate heirs j through correspondence In settlement of chancery cases. It la estimated that a bushel of wheat contains 856,000 grains, a bushel of rye 888.000, and a bushel 'of clover 16,400,000. lppl river, ATLANTA Mr.. Millie Dillon has been 111 at her home but I. now Improving. The Junior, of th. high school are working on a play "Crooks for a Month" to b. given Friday, Nov. 6. Th. county nurse was In the grade school this week examining th. pupils. Several pupil, hav. been absent on account of chicken i'OX. Mr.. Gladys Ballett. Corr. EL PASO ! The Aid society of the EI Paso Presbyterian church gav it. annual autumn party at th. church Wednesday night. A 6:30 o'clock dinner wa. served to S3 persons : A program of music followed: Cello solo, MI.. Ramona Krlng; vocal solo, Mrs. Ralph Bur.terj piano duet, the MI.se. Catherine Shu-man and Frances McKinney; vocal solo, Mrs. George Hlnshaw. The program wa. concluded by Mrs. Ralph Burster who read a ghost story for th. children. This party ' wa. the beginning of the society', annual fall and winter Wednesday night dinner and religious educational classes. Mrs. Fleming Sturgeon 1. president- I I Want ad readers will again com-! plete their Thanksgiving menus with the aid of th. little "Good Thing, to Kat" ad. which are so popular. "Want-ad Anna," helpful tittle ad-taker, suggests to all Central Illinois folk who have' turkey, live or dressed poultry, cranberries, mince meat, pumpkins, etc, to begin to book orders now. A want-ad wUI direct buyers jour way. Mr. and Mr.. Marshall Lang of inicago spent the weekend at the home of the tatter's parents, Mr. ana Mrs. j. Earl Taylor. Mr. and Mrj. Jack Welch and son, Raymond, of Dwlght, visited Sunday with Mrs. Welch's mother, Mrs. Mary E. Benedict. Many of the farmers hav. com pleted their corn husking, Mrs. Eva Hughes, Corr. BEASON E. II. Lukenbllt of Lincoln rnd the state Inspector of high schools from Champaign visited the Bea-son school. Tue.day. The Dome.tic Science girl, of the high achool .erved a breakfast to th. class officer. Wednesday. Ruth E. Wilson, Corr. . Mrs. Mary Collins, of Caldwell, Kan., recently completed her twen- ty-nrth year a. a mall carrier without missing a single day on th. Job. 8h. intend, to continue In th. service at least five years more before retiring. j Fish That Climb Trees Described NEW YORK. (I'D Fish that bounce and other that climb trees and wink one ey. as they give themselves a show, er bath were described by mem-bers of the Explorers club In a luncheon program here. Among the speakers wer. Sir Hubert Wilkin., Roy Chapman Andrew., CapL Bob Bartlett, Craveth Wells, Gordon Mac-Oreagh and Anthony Flala. Wells, Introduced a a fellow who can make th. trijth sound like a lie, told th. fish stories. "This Malay Jungl. fish," h. said, "will ellmh in. feet Into a tree after walking over the ;round from a nearby pool. He'll wink on. ey. at you and tak. a shower bath by flipping water over It. back with Its tall. If. the Pcrlopthalmua Schlo.crl." Nobody disputed hit story, which was broadcast over the NBC network from th. luncheon given by the New York Exchange club, sas C tv. mo., aner attending the funeral of the former's daughter, Mrs. Ezra May, here Monday. Mrs. Blanche Pitcher and son. Manford of Chicago, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Burrus. Mrs. Pitcher was called here hy the death of her sister. Mrs. Ezra May. Leona Busrh, Corr. G R EE NV A L L E Y Miss Marian Lulck Is spending the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Shaffer and Mr. and Mr.. Henry Lulck of Tremont Mis. Ruth Stout of Peoria spent tne weekend at the home of Mr. and Mr. George Chapman, Frank Allen and C. F. McJunkin flew to Macomb Saturday on busi ness. Donald Reed of San Jose, student of Frank Allen, made his first solo flight Wednesdsy after he had taken .even hours of Instruction. Th. Reliable Sunday achool class had a doughnut sale at the cream station Saturday. About 60 dozen wer. .old. A sewer system Is being Installed on Church street. William Burns Is serving on the Jury of the federal court at Peoria this week. HEYW0RTH Mrs. Mattle Johnston of Hudson is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. F. L. Wakefield. J. D. Ryhurn of Canton Is visiting his mother, Mrs, E. Ryburn, this week. Mr. Dalzen Sanford and daughter, of Robinson. Is spending the week with her cousin. Mrs. n. a Clodfclter. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Mears and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Qulnton, who hav. In- lanui. paralysis, ar. recovering Dean Clodfelter I. absent from grade school on account of Illness. Anna R. Hayes, Corr. B E AYyT -"u" McKev"t "Pent Sundsy with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thoma. McKevJtt near Atlanta. Walter Wefer visited with friends ln Waynesville Sunday. Mis Gertrude Taylor spent Sun-day at the home of her father, Walter Taylor in Lincoln. Mr. and Mr. Raymond Forsyth, entertained th. following fromPlt.sfle.dat their home Sunday: R. K. Robinson, John Robinson, Eva Robinson and Mr M A. Barton Mr. For.ythe was "rm-rly Elizabeth Robinson of Pitt. Ruth E.WiT.on, corr. recent attack of appendicitis, Is able to be back at work. Fred Pinkham has the mump this week. The Rev. R. M. Howard and family, Mrs. John Render, Miss Belle Shur and Mrs. Charles Eft at. tended the Woman's Foreign Missionary convention In Pontlao Tuesday. Miss Florence Ioerger of McNabh Is visiting her grandmother, Mrs, Illeste Ioerger. The Sunday school classes and other organization of the Chris-tlan church held a Hallowe'en. party Tuesday. Mrs. Caroline Lindlcy, who has spent the last five week with her son and other relative at Macon, returned home Thursday. Mis. Gertrude Cleary returned ti Chicago Wednesday after visiting her parent., Mr. and Mr. Patrick Cleary. Mis. Ruth Grlmme underwent an appendix operation at Brokaw hospital Wednesday. Mrs. G. C. Coffman, Corr. dTnveTs Th. Girl Reserves held a Hal-to- r en masquerade Tuesday night at tuc home of Charlotte Morrison. Ruth Johnston won th. prize for the best costume. Game wer. played and seasonal refreshment served. In addition to the 12 mem bers, Mrs. W. R. Bratt and Miss Mildred Tyner, advisers, wer. pres ent. The True Heart Sundav achool class of th. Presbyterian church held its annual Hallowe'en partv Monday night at th. horn, of Ro-wena Butler, clns pr, ildent. Th. group of 19 class members paraded to th. business district and visited the store, before removing their mask, winner, in game were Grace Btappenbeek, Marie Sharp and Mary Hess. Mrs. Dean. Blrck. lebaw, teacher, and Ave other adult were guests. aV T.mf U'x"r in,, WILL HELP YOU SELL YOUR THANKSGIVING tv GOOD THINGS 3S . 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