The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois on February 24, 1929 · Page 36
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The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois · Page 36

Bloomington, Illinois
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Sunday, February 24, 1929
Page 36
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Till: SUNDAY PANTAGRAPII M'NPAY. FF..K1IAKY 2t. IfO'., t v I l-'Ji iI Model Plane Builders Meet in Decatur-Fisher Troupe to Appear at 'Y' Circus .5 4J ; J i ) 1.7 j r crrrJ NOT Yd - ,, V v i -TKK IINiK T Ol R ( I.MMK." AHUM hlir. IIM.IIW V WHOB MKI. RICH Mill A UK I.I ftr lh .lain tnmHiUn In mhiin tt r 1( l.i gr V.'.t lln-m .llrt fur llwlr i'li'iuMI'. ItrtP br la i hnkli Hp on lh Iti.i li.niH. ! i.f i h.irr .inii-n n. Kmiiii.f lii m in "Uri jour riidii i-r ri ". 1 lt II will I llff fill. f"f IIm U ilrifriniiir.l in nmkt lli n.i.irl.i fl lliHr IIm i . ) : .-! IOIR IIIOOMIM.TON ltO U!r' IN 1111- l.i;ol V ' I MKI. II I OI Mo.. I'l.WK BIIIHIR'. W HO .. f, r ili.s .i. tut. In Ih- .l"f .-. r-..n f mi I ln .1. i...-i.-iin'i..n Mtiii.. .nii.. r fi'ii Mr n(ii l..!lr. -.ifiir. Illlil.ll ii.-ill ifl.n I'.l.-.lliiO SUII ! nl I I.h f ir.l ill I dr lw k r" . I 'I I'l lifhl ' N't D'f Ahln l.iiH-U-ia. N.iii.jh M.mi.I. 'l-m K'ln.k ml Mil'-n I'lul.l". 11 I t ..... '--t ' , U run I' 7 C . .41. .-i . ' . . C-- -'I , li K. ' 3 R III I'l,. ! THK ( I OMPAW INfi li:V WAS TAKKX AT TIIK NK II.I.K farm, two mill nni-liHlf mile wt-t i.f' rriwlna on lli flrlnglnwn rnml. nhi-ro MiTi-n k Hn nf llliMiiiilnctnn r "l'litt-Iiib" M. mm .Tri of mT to h (lilrlluilri on Ilic roinl of Iiiilc ..nlil. 'J'o ollirr fiili-4 of .riii'l, mrli ronmliilns l.-Vm jnl. imlliir In tli our uliown In lli il-l ur-. nrri Inki'n from tli tml nf Siii:nr Cr.i fc lit 'int lnt "3 frot north of prwnt llH'Hllnn. i . XX f i . f J .'.1... ' . K l I'll MtllM.R. n.1 NORTH fk irp, ha hern prrvntcil with rlt WHtih In iwognl-tlon of lii work in lending hi lun tn rli li.ry In th effli lenry routrst t Brorn' Bulni cot. fK. Ml Mrrrcdr Rrvmit m awinlt-d a lenllirr hni h( t an Imllrliliial. Hnward Onr ami Karl Thoutaa. raplnin of oilier Wain, rrrrltrd hand, tnolnl hill fiill and ifj ron-talncr. Qy ? B tlrfr ) fjrts S-, ; i n -r- i i ii . y i s. i i -LL!2J V'-;r fc in. in. 1 111 ii iaaiii 1 ,tt t :t" . I THIS TROI I K OK AKKIAL ARTISTS WTI.I, KNTKKTAIS PATRONS OK TIIK ANM'AI. Y. M. '. A. clmi that I to 1 utouod at the "Y" k.tiii Mrrh 7, ami U. 'J"li trotio.. Hip h'lf-tug KIhIiit. I onp of the morp roli'liraleil acrlnl agcrrKnllon callliia IlliNiiiiliigtnn It hotiiK. I-ft to riulit in till Rniiip ari: CliHrle KIhPr. Inrl Slw"ii-r, Klmn Itankln. Jlr. 1nirl' HIi.t ami KviTott White. Like other arta thnt will api"'" io the rirrti, the uprrii- of thf . ncif i.rniiTu are ihiiialed. 1? ' . '5i:''e''jii'f!'"J'!'-' Phi'to T t I'ilr!. MODERN (OWHOVS. MINTS TIIKIR SIIOOTINti IRONS AMI pranriiiR atonl, invflilnil Kliiniiiliicton lint week to clelinlp Illinnl We.le.van'a tpnm of Roy Srntt anil Willinm Alirlcniii. The do-hater, I. A. Sinslftnn, lift, and Hen David of Howard I'ayne coIIpkp, Urnniinnnd. Tcxa, wore thrsp jilnlnsmi'ii' togs on the platform of Grace M. E. church diirinx their content nllh he WeslP.van (pain and they'll wear similar clothea on the remainder of their touru that 1 to take tliein into Ti rtatea. Tliey return to Texas in April after some f.5 dcliatitiir engiiKe'inenl. Below are Roy Scott (left), and Willinm Ahleniii.. Pli' io bf I n. 1.1. ( MTI.K RKOSKAU HAS ONE of the leading roles in the liloomliiKlon High school senior piny, ."Rise of Slln Lapliam," to he presented Friday and Sat-nrdiiy evenings, March 1 and 2. MISS MILDRED II I S S student at Illinois Wesleyan university, will lie one of the performers on the muslcnf pro-Eram to he given at 7:.!0 p. m. Ihl Sunday evening hy the Delta (hnlcron aororlty mem-her. DOROTHY I.OIS ELLIS, 305 WEST MONROE STREET, sophomore at Norinnl university, and Mrs. Urn Zehren, senior, are the dehnters who will appear at Capon auditorium Hunilny night: when the women's dehnte team nipets the I'nlverslty of Missouri women's team in a delicte on "Resolved, that in all trials throughout the I'nited State a Judge or hoard of Judges should he Hiilislitutod for the Jury." 7- I t -;: h J. WINDSOR IVES, NEPHEW of .Mrs. J. 11. Uurnhnm, J31'l East Washington stnet, has heen aiinolnteil Mssistant trade FRANK JORDAN WILL PLAY commissioner at Hogola. Colum- at 7::tl p. tn. this Sunday before hla, according to word received the Open Forum at the I nl- here. Mr. Jves picture, who tarion church. He presented! his here. wa taken in Mazallan, senior rwilal at Illinois Wes- ( Mexico, while he was vice lev an university Tuesday. consul. y ti"'- 'y - ..... v 111-'' " ?W V I'ht.lo r I nii,. sity. will speak before ,he elr?" page l-t. ) - .' 1 , r . ,n"mf?"iw W'.""..'. ' m v " ,: .W KNK IR0M "l.lHTNIV" THK PI.AY WHICH WILL BE PRKSKNTK I AT the Norma t mversily, Friday. March 1. Those a hown in the scene are. left to right- Raxine Ranch. Knirt Masson. Carl Whi,ehoP. Kala Ii S.egmeier, Elizabeth Woolems, XrZ 1er, Hulda Greenberg and Kenneth Turner. The director is Clarence Miller nroe- I'holo tiv I rutui SOI NDS OF RIVETERS' HAMMERS AND THE GRINDING OF CEMENT C'Hl'RNERS tell daily of the progress of work on the new home of the Illinois State Farm Mutual Insurance company. East and Washington streets. Daily crowds are attraetPd hy the worker who crawl like human flies along the beams and are hoisted high in the air by the crane. '?'( .y- O

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