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. THE DAILY REPUBLICAN; BELVIDEEE, ILLINOIS. . .MONDAY, JUNE ll,tl934 i ' Pags Thrcs ; - 4 J i NEW WOHLDvTD EBB civilization, but a ' shattered, cliaotlc world rounding ' Into 1 a nobler form. ' The hammer of effort beating otit a new form from the shapeless mass on the. anvil of righteousness, : holding ) . the mans . with the tongs of fat!i. ltiiggod individualism overcoming rapged individualism; no longer little men for great days, or soft religion for hard tunes. nation and let the old and the young, the rich ' - and the poor, the grave and 5 the , '-, gay, of all sexes and tongues and colors an J conditions, sacrifice unceasingly upon Its altars." KducaUon. What did It mean when that band of slaves went out of Egypt across the Ited Sea, into the perils of the wilderness, jto Palestine? It meant that the ' jewH were to teacii .uie woria ' . MoBothfisin. ; What did it. mean Freedom. Ninerteoh centuries w,lf fhJ Greeks met; the Per- aso Jesus came to inaugurate ' . j, ,t uorHot nt A Hl'NJltTCD RAIUATKS OI BELVWKRK HKifl - tMHOOL 'HKAK'"ISInM llAtXW LAUREATR i SKRMO.V. ,11V REV W. Hi flft'ANH," WHO 8PEAKH . HKFOIlH LAIMJIC AIIMKXCK AT TIIK MKTH-ODIST t'Hl'IM If. a new era of freedom for the hu man race. - Standing 1n the syn-. ' acoiruo of Nazareth on a certain Sabbtxth day, he read 'from the I wok or me old neorew propneis,. i vnB , uu "A band of exifes ("The Spirit of the Lord is upon. ,,, .Mr hrb on the wild stemmed the tide of-Eastern Invasion? 'It' ; meant - that Greece was to teach the world Philos- ophy and Art. What did It mean Attended byt a leathering that filled the FJrst Methodist' church of Belvldere to its uttermost capacity, the members of tho clans - or 1934 of the Belvldere high school last evening heard an eloquent address delivered by ., the pastor, 'Rev. W. H. Evans. . and took the first formal step in their graduation week program. The class, numbering a hun- ' dred and one, the largest class ever graduated from the local school, occupied the ceiftral section of seats in the church. whilff their relatives and friends filled every other available place, including the galleries, the parlors, and even the ehoUtoft. It Is es-t filiated that there were a thousand people In the church. i The1 "platform, surrounded by rights; Me, because He hath anointed Me to preach good tidings to tho i poor; Ho hath sent me to heal , the broken-hearted, to preach lle-Jiveranco to the captives, and recovering :or siMht to the blind, to set at . -liberty them t"at are bruised, to preach the acceptable year of the Lord.' And Ho began to say unto them: "This dy is thjs Scripture fulfilled in your ears." Lot us malntuln our freedom as a Christian birthright. I.t FHuz-jl-fl RvnrAtt.' In, Ms i'Hl9. lory -of Liberty," says: "The real New England shore?" ' It fiieant that America was to teach the world Democracy.. But you cannot have democracy without education. Thomas Jefferson once said:, "If a people expect to be ignorant .and free, they expect what never was, and never can be." - The -educational system must be something more than a supply house" for the economic and industrial demands of our day Wa must not turn out Artisans "and tradesmen as the wheels of the jEssifr MRS. IDA Ii. FlILLAC.AIt, W1D-. KiW OV iiATE r VMHK F11' - LAfiAR,')' I.S WMMOXKB- AT ; H O M K ' OF DAUGHTER '. EARLY Sl'XDAY AKTKI! TWO MONTH ILLNKHS LIST lllTtiS TUESDAY. 1 STEEL UNIONS WEIGH BOARD PLAN il tt lit, . ) history of man is the history of ml t turn 0Ht dollars and dimes, liin Btr.ifiute to be free." When rorRPttinK tnat the greatest Cie Pvaifh barons at Runymedo J)lIn ln ,,.ducation Is, after all, broke the aurocratic rower ot , an(1 character, with Bcr King jonn anu wresiuu irom mtu the Magna Ch'arta tot the people'3 rights; when Cromwell ordered the mace out of the House of Commons; when the Pilgrims felt the rock of liberty beneath their feet; when the Founders of our Republic dedicated It to human when the Ieclaration of large bouquets of unusual, beautv, . independence ftet tree irom a was occupied by Rev. J. H. Wall-.foreign tyranny the thirteen Col-er, pastor of tho First Evangelical onies; and when Lincoln's great church, who gave the, scriptura Emancipation Proclamation spoke reading; Rev. E, R. MacKinney, the word of freedom for tho pastor of the South (Baptist lave each time the human rac? church, who gave the prayer; f tools a great step forward along Rev. John R. Klein, pastor of,the road that runs from slavery Free Methodist church, who gave , through serfdom to the fullest Uie beredictlon; Superintendent '.'""man freedom of perfect equal-of Schools R. E. Garrett; Pres-jl'y ooth in rights and responsi-ident of the Board of Education bilitles. Hugh Funderburg and the speak- Charles Kingsky said, er of the.emiing. Rev. Mr. Evans, j "There are two freedoms, the The high school orchestra nlay- false, when a , man is free to 4o ed a nroEram under thn direction I what ho likes, and the tru?,J or Prof. C. K. Gates, the members inen a man te'free to do what of the class taking their places h ought." WJien .a man doe to the measured cadence of tin' what be1 like with "no regard tat processfonal played by ihis ta!- . the Hlses of others be is living on en ted body of young musicians. He low- level of license. When Ituihling a Xew World j a man rises up in revolt gainst Mr. Evans took as his text aj higher law he Is held in bond-passage from 2 Peter, 3:13. "We.ase a lower law. There is no look -for a new earth wherein rfl freedom without restraint, dwelleth righteousness," and for . There nmst be otwdience to law, his subject. "The World flmKh." , wblch is the crjstalization or the maker of worlds. His ad- I'"'1 opinion for muiual protes-dress. an appeal for practical , Hon arid the public good. To Idealism, was Interspersed wi'h .i-ct society to extend to tis'the poetical alhmjons and humor. He J protection of the jawa we like, quoted from Longfellow's VH- and lu turn, to denounce and lage Blacksmith" in Illustrating ttf those laws which impose his "maker or worlds." , disagreeable restraints upon us The World Smith Is a practical , evidence of a lack of the Bense dreamer, he said, quoting Trom of fairness. People can live to-Arthur- OShaughnessey that lather onIy by nrntual conces-x thosa who wake music and dream ions nl decent, regard f,or the dreams are In reality the ones rules of the game. who move and shake the world. 'It "would be a wholesome thing . The world, he said Is In a Iran- would practice the exhorla-sltlon period. Everything is In tlon of Abraham ' Lincoln: Mlt a state of flux. We are living le reverence for the laws be breath-one of tbe creative epochs of hu- l by every American mother o man history. Some " perplexed t lisping babe ihat prattles on souls find an apt description ol her lap, let it be taught in the present world crisis in th schools, In seminaries, and In col-words of the colofed preacher leges; let It be written in prlm,-who said: Jers, spelling books and in alman-, "Brcdren, de status quo am es: U-oo preached from th Latin for de terrible muss we Is pulpits, proclaimed ln legislative now In." j halls and enforced In courts of There are others, however, who Justice, and. ln short, let It be-j do not anticipate a collapse of come the political religion of the vice as its goal. JuHict Science and invention have made possible the production of goods quantitatively on a scale hitherto-undreamed .'of by man In his wildest ' flights of fancy. Today, we find ourselves in the dilemna of overproduction on tne one nana, ana unumuuu- sumptlon on the other: so well described by .Stuart Chae "Too much wheat and not enough bread. Too much cotton and not enough clothes, 1 Too ' many bricks and not .-'"enough honses, Too much drudgery and not enough jobs, Too many goods and not enough money." : Why should there be such maladjustment in a world where God has bonntifullprqvldWLfor the needs of all? The answer Is Bm-ple. "Man's Inhumanity to man" stands solidly In the way of an ethical distribution of the products of industry. Greed and selfishness are blind to the sac-redness of human personality. We need a new world in which the Golden Rule rather than the Rule of Gold will prevail. Ri lfgion. V Sir James Jeans say: "The stream of knowledge is heading toward a non-mechanical reality." Let ua remember that all the mechanical knowledge of the Egyptians ould not save their civilisation; all the culture of Greece could not save her civilization; all the statesmanship and philosophy and mighty legal system of Rome could not save her proudly boasted civilisation. A surgeon, an architect, and a bolshevlst were disputing on the question as to who represents the oldest occupation. The surgeon ' said, "When? Adam was caused to fall Into a deep wleep, and Eve was created from his rib, there occurred the first an aesthesia and the first surgical operation. The surgeon is the oldest profession." "Not so. said the architect. "Iiv speaking the creative word the Almighty acted according to a plan, and the details of that plan might Mrs. Ida R. Fullagar, wife of the late James A. Fullagar, pass ed away Sunday morning at 3:50 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bessie B. Kim mey, 132 Scott's Army trail, at ter n Immediate Illness of iwo months, death being due to com plications following a . Blight stroke, poring, her long resi dence hero the deceased woman made a host of friends to whom her death is a severe blow. Airs." Fullagar was born -Oct. 2fi,' 1863, at Sycamore, - the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will iam 31 en wick, both of whom pre- cedixl her in death. She was also united in marriage 1 that city Dec M, 1882, to James Fullagari and they lived there for a few, years before moving to Klrkland where 'the borne was made for 16 years, prior to their removal' to this city 35 years ago. To , tills - union nine children, were born,; four of whom survive. The two. daughters are Mrs. lions Kimmey and Mrs. Howard McMillan of Belvldere. and two sons, John A. and Thom as W., also of Belvldere- Her husband was summoned on Jan., 21, 192. ,and five children also preceded her in death. The surviving relatives also Include .a, brother, Walter Renwlck, of Sycamore, and two sisters, Mrs. Jennie Gordon of Genoa and Mrs. Abbe Eigenschenk of Chicago, three sisters and three brothers, along with her parents having expired. Mrs. Fullagar was affiliated with the Trinity Episcopal church, the pastor of which. Rev; Father Johnson, wtll officiate?! the funeral serviess to be held at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Howard McMillan, 1504 Whitney J boulevard on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial will be 'In Belvldere cemetery. r r I , -" s ' I ! , - t -, ,v : ! 5 , f M ' -.. - " - --f itj;;iui.:..ijiULjjMi NORTH ILLINOIS ffjontinued from Page 8 Mike F. Tiffh" In the face of threats of a general steel strike, the steel industry has presented to the government a plan under which all questions of choosing . worker representatives and all complaints of ahtj-union discrimination would be adjudicated.; This photo: shews j ' DIES SUDDENLY GHERHY VALLEY '-. . , . t i Edward F. McGr.dy Michael F. Tighc, left, president of the Amalgamated Iron, Steel and Tin Workers, and Edward P. McGrady, assistant secretary of labor, entering General Johnson's office pi Washington for a conference on the negotiations to haft the strike. ' WELL KXOWY ltrKTiFOni) MAX, ALVIV XKLSOV, IS FATALLY STRK-KKY WHII.10 M1TIMJ IN CAR IV FttOXT OF 1IOMK OF SISTER, M.R.S. .AXXA 1IOLMKR UK AVI i WIFK rLlXKI ' EARLY TRIP IX) SWEDEN. lBfact4 Meat Dangerous Avoidance of trichinosis Is so simple that no one need fear It, if be makes sure to eat no pork except that which has been thoroughly cooked. Most Cases of trichinosis seem to Tesult from the eating of uncooked summer sausage and I Nelson of Rockford, raw or Imperfectly cooked smoked t brother of Mrs. Anna Holmer of meats, though any part of an in-Cherry Valley, was fatally strick-Xected animal is equally dangerous. ( en with a heart attack while sit- i - ting in his automobile ln front I or the' Holmer residence on i State street Sunday evening at 7 o'clock and died shortly after be. homeward journey. Mr. Nelson said he would not go in th'J house as lie was not feeling well, but his wife had just gone in tho rroni aoor ana Mr Holmer was just coming out to talk to him as lie was stricken. He was carried into the house but the end came before medical aid could '-be 'summoned. The deceased man, the brother of Mrs. Holme(and Arthur Nelson, both of the Valley, was well known in Rockford and his suddea4iass ing was a shock to all who knew him. His brother who recently left for Washington to take a position there is returningt Mr. and Mrs. Nelson were planning an'early trip to Sweden and had iikkIm all arrangements for' the voyage. , OrifSnatioa of Geometry Authorities differ somewhat con- TlJr carried into the home by Mr. -OUR. YESTERDAYS- Wfjen a Blaze Started in Mrs. O'Lcary's Barn, Causing tbe Disastrous Chicago Fire of J 1871 HS; -:sr??K .v E V ..":::;.- .: :''. . :.' :v, . , , Vo., --n. - , -m' r P0 1W, 1 U' Iii, .-" .-in. mi" 4 - y!fpih:.' Hn fuKinves crossing Hundolph tmt bridge. rf t n ii f. In ancient Egypt Tlie word "geometry" literally means "earth measurement" In Egypt the,pe-riodic,, overflowing of the River fflle ; made surveying necessary, hence Its original application. properly be called specifications. a . neighbor who were close to Rim when he suddenly collapsed. Mj, Nelson and his wife were returning ' from Delavan ' lake Where they, had spent the day to their home , In ' 'Rockford wh.en the tragedy happened. - They stopped at-the Holmer residence. So it was as the first and Sup-1 intending to visit briefly before reme Architect that God worked resuming the final lap : of their when He , formed the universe out of chaos. "Yes," said the bolsbevist, "but who furnished the chaos?" Anyone who attempts to bow God out of tha scheme of things will furnish tlu chaos. ! Who will bring orfer out of cbaos.' A We are agreed that in the moulding of Individual lives there riiust be painstaking, pat ient and persisting effort, and it Is so with the world. We- need constantly to remember that a better -world will never just happen. It is a task to be achieved.! We can never yawn It in with, a wish. God's Kingdom will. come only as His will la done on earth. Firt to Uie Firelei Ceoker The original tireless cooker was the one used by the- Continental woman who put partly cooked meat or stew Into a large pan and buried it between two feather beds so that the hetit might not radiate. for immediate action 'in the" put-chase of Tiny and tithfcr feed tmp- ' plies. j ;.;, m "H'b a good thing to have them get busy," commentted 'th farm adviser. - In my opinion,' 'how-Over.' they will flffd no hay -anywhere ln whipping' distance and in the meantime many cattle in tills drouth area will be dying from starvation unless they are shipped to market for slaughter." r Hay lor I'M A THeabcw ' The 37 cars of hay purchased by Messrs. Foley and Hill. Will be shipped to various points in Boone county Including Poplar Grove, Capron, Herbert, Colvin Park, Caledonia and Belvldere. It Is financed by the PMA and will be sold 6nly to PMA members. ' Tor dairy farmers outside of the PMA the Boone County Emergency Relief committee ia taking-steps to procure both hay and seed. At the "meeting Saturday afternoon Chairman Andrews announced 1 that nothing Can 1' be A one until the Wanks are received. When they are sent here ft is planned to have a special committee take charge of the matter. The committee will receive applications on days to be an nounced later at -Poplar Grove and Belvldere, 'It is planned;to collect all Boone county applies.'' tions in two to four days' time and then to make requisition for the quantity of fetid and seed needed. Chairman Andrews announced this .afternoon the meetings will be held as follows: In Belvldere at relief headquarters back "Of the City hall Thursday and Fri day, Jnne 13 and 14 and ln the town hall at Poplar Grove rTi- day, Jnne 15. North county farmers are expected ' to make their applications at the Poplar Grove meeting. : (.isn't Find Any Hay . This ' morning two I cltoy I farmers, Henry Noo and his son Vernon, who live '-n the Barr Oak ropd two miles south of SharonV came to Belvidcre in Wesf-hayr Thy-fawi4-o-4jay for sale here. ' : "We were In Sharon Saturday and were nnable to buy any ha.y there," said the elder -Mr. Noe. "We are about" out, of feed for our cattle and It Is a problem to figure out what to do. Wi? had a nice rain in our neighborhood Friday night but the pastures will not show the effects of it for ten days-to two weeks," r Belt ium iiiar Country , Belgiom s Is a ,bliinKul country. The Wsnoons speak French, while memiaa speak Flemish, a language --closely -related --to-, Dutch, jf f Latin is fa no sens an official kn- f 'J guage in Belgium, although it Is, ' of course, nsed In the Roman Cath-olfc, church. ",v : ' ' tionsa9amoi pasmap ej laodxe jfi408,-inrnt esonj ,nq lAiad ei jog Xod iui(n esotu oa eaop si tmu aBdeM 9X9 tm jusiiap iptr.iMop,,no(rsorto 90 3bS em 'oH ,H ptt n'UaT9abcr .. poa. :, 1 . . WM. IrtESTKR, ATTORXKV AT LAW State of Illinois, ) ) -ss. Oonnty of Boone'. . ) In Circuit Court of said Oonnty. Tho Peoples Bank of Bel-) , MI Proof of Citizenthip , Ko papers besides birth record are required to prove'the citizenship of1 a person bora In this- country. '' VJUO-I U, I'UIIIiUilHJaill f - (plaintiff) ) Case vs. " -1 . 1 . t .) No. T Alice Merrill, et al,.-. )12232 defendants. ) Notice is heroby given to you the following defendants ln tha above ' entitled case, Lawrence Merrill, Margaret Merrill, un known netrs or devisees of . Rich ard Merrill deceased, and -an-known owners of any interest in the 'following described teales- tate: The Northwest "Quarter of ' the Southeast Quarter of Section Seven 7) -(except a tract containing; about Three and Thirty One "1 Hsndredths' acres heretofore-sold V and conveyed therefrom by deed now of afecwd), and . the North nu Half of the . southwest (Quarter V. and the Southwest Quarter -of .the J " Quarter of the Northwest Quarter v,m of Section Eighteen (18); aU In Township Forty-three . 43) North, of Range Four. 4) East, of the Third Principal , Meridian, excepting the West Three (3) rods of said land heretofore conveyed for a road; the said land contains 190 acres, more or less, situated in the town of Spring, county of Boone, and State of Il linois, that the above named complainant (plaintiff) has filed its bill of complaint in said court, asking for foreclosure of its mortgage of said real estate; that summons has been issued by the clerk of said court against you, returnable to said court on the first Monday 'of July, 1934, and that after the first Tuesday following said first Monday in Jnlyr-l34-,-defalt-may be entered against you and all of the other defendants in said case, unless they and you file' an answer or otherwise make appearance; that . the -abovo 4io titled ,. causa, is- still ponding, that tho title of the court, tho number of the case, the name of the ' complainant (plaintiff) and the name of the first of said defendants, Alice Merrill, are as above sot forth. Dated Belvldere, 111., - May 28. 1S34. :y " BLANCHE E. SfARTSAN, Clerk of said Court. . r WM. BrESTEft; '". Attorney for Complaisant. " B-28-3 Moa 'U Columbian Expcxitimi Coin ' There were five million fifty-cent pieces struck for Uid Columbian eit- position in ISiVi. Tlie plan was to sell them for one dollar apiece to help in financing the fair. A dis appointingly small number was sold as mementoes at this price, so tt was nec?ssary to use them at face val,t:e to meet obligations. .Sensational High Wire Performer f . - v p a. - . - - - f . ! t- : r t - 4t f 't i Jtuln of Ma'advl trplhers rtor at Statv and Madison strcta GardehM Troth About Paranaiala , By DEAN HALLIDAT Central Prett Garden Expert A PERKNNIAL tardea Is not one that requires no care. In fact, there is a tendency for some perennials to become annuals because of over-cul-tivation. Growing from seed often produces the . test results because nurseries, to meet tbe great demand for perennials, sometimes are forced to divide stock toe much and lessen Its strength. Young stock is Important Give perennials a background, wall, kedge. sbrubs r bouse, giving them roonx also. A six-foot border allows three rows or heights of plants. Allow ten days for the ground. to settle after digging. Tender young seedlings must be shaded from the bet sun, and must be well watered. , Achillea, chrysantheniuni. DoRoola, peony, tflctamnus. bteedlng heart, phlox and Japanese anemone are ree-emmeoded perennials. The daisy, pansy - and - annual forget-me-not i'orm an interesting trio, -and a rood biennial trto Includes Canterbury bells, foxglove and sweet William. , -hrv ' . ' A II j U U l& V U aV I J . To 21 Monthly II lnt Below $300 At Our Rtgular O Familiea keeping house who monthly now may borrow $300 y saving 4juick, private service, t band and wife sign. 20 months to : Visit, write, or phone for inform HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORATION 2nd Fl., Rockford National Bank B and Main Street, Rockford, 111. PI - Loan made in surrounding toims MEMKRRK.A. I Rattw II 1 I II 1& real I rnlvhua II JZ II II II m sssi jig., Cor. State Rnei Main 930. I I J Herberta Becson, Sensation of the High-Wire, ' With Turn Mix-IMll rirrns Daring fat wiih hair-raising' antics veritably ' above the. house tops, Herberta Beeson, World renowned peeress of high ' wire per formers, comes to Belvidere with Tom Mix, the movie star, and the Sam B. Dill Thre Ring Circus Sunday, June 17. The 'startling aer- ialist Is knows from Europe to the Orient , for; the' feats - demonstrated nthe slippery wire. Tom Mix and Tony head the circus in person and will perform at every performance la the big show. (DHL .ML , ML For Oil users, both auto and tractor Last February: I entered Into a contract for a large amoant of oil to be sold by Jan. 1, 1935. I am the only man who receive a profit on this oil from the time it leaves the reJTnery until it reaches you, elim inating several mUWlewen. TJsfS oil Is notjmj&jj---"--der a Trade nanytherefore iiL-'trffvertising , which usually jis from aSpcr:al. You bring your own conlfiiners wJHTeliniLnateB Ihe co6t of containers andylelhjrfIrKea. Now hen you take all of theefCove sTpenses from, Ore highest priced oil onl market, I believe you ill agree wita me f yoa shokld buy thooest oil on the market iiiiiiinil' Tt psrTnllin In 5 gallon lots, which Is mv nrlce. THIS IS A MID CONTINENT OIL W ITH A PARAFIN BASH K1XKI IX PKXASYLVAMA 5 gallons $2.00 2 gallons-. 90c -1 gallons -150c i r ; 15c PER QT. SKKVICKD IX. YOUR CAR AT THK STATION OUR GUARANTEE: I guarantee this oil to be as good as you hare ever 4 used, and If. not entirely satisfied return what you have trefi,jin,-your cpnainerfasd,. I U1 refund full pureiuwa-prlcev tJt f t . Culver's: ServiceV Station , Cherry Valley, 111. C. B. Culver, Prop. ii !! !l ii it 'i :i 1 1 II j U It! in "I

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