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Tiie r.iNTir.iiirif. tiinoMivcTov. tixrson. mnM?p it. trr. it. im Former Benson are afraid le atk tha:r vae ta BENSON lit. aad Ura. Lyme Kay i . Dolores Downey, Radio Actress, Dies in New York . . t - T Simon E. Hits Tax tvfi, higher lor at rate. t'Zl bare oc ea-sal T fcr!' teaat. ; a-ni va-e rTTTT ufWr IV rvtrtr-V All crCl tae afvactae f (in.) sa'.e eirUf act a4 tvKili U-r c.ty r Us, if ?fml ly a lefata-ui-s. c teet ejvsua way ta cit em- ii- Tr.t f f i Ut ef t-.t 3 frr W-.li en er fJUt ef Found 2t miles west of Benson, son of William and Anna Coleman Warnkes. He married Mis Dorothy Jansen of Benson. Surviving are his wife, of 407 Marauette itrt paf three children; the father, William mrurnjces or uenson; and four brothers. Melvln. nimr iiot-uw of Peoria, and LeRoy of Cali fornia, .ine motner preceded him in death in 1933. Wesley Warnkes was born Oct 10. 1925 at the familv hnm. tr. had been discharged from the navy, jiov. 41, IV I. The brothers wrr mmKn St Peter's Lutheran church, Benson. Our New Neighbors ARHOWSMITH-n'JKl Xfr ..4 vr Paul Wll. a airl. born Tundajr at Mannonlta hoapltal. Bloomington. LXROY. Mr. and Mn Dalmar SXrtL flrl. born Tuasday at St, Joacph'a hoapltal. Bloomlngton. SAUNTMIN. (PNS) Mr. and Mra. Edward Harmon, Pontlac. a girl, bom Monday at St. Jamrs, honpital. Tha mothar la tha former Mary Lou Qulgley. AT Biin i L I 111?) Central Illinois Deaths Congervillo State Senator Against Helping Cities srniNnn rm it c. Simon E. LanU ef Cor.gervti:. Republican caucus chairman and larm l;oc tpoxesmaa in the Illinoia senate. Tuedav r'rrit dared that any sharing of state saies mx revenue with clUes "would be doubling the tax upon farmer." LantZ. in a statement ul.1 farmer ef Illinois haJ tt?r k on the alert or the easy money ideas ef Chicago's r.ew deal tn-rpired Mayor Kennclly wOl net oruy resuu m r.arirg the farmers supporung ineir own township through taiea, but will have them financing the great city as wtJL He drnounrevj Kennelly'a ro-DOsaL rjrponed bv man mayor, including some ItepubU- Join the Crawttn 'Amnzlnq! Sclent 11 Id Gyro Top A wooderfuily arotlfle toy for yune an.l M. Vi;i mq anil hM l lh top ( fjn atmoat anjtHc wOC W IMI mum CLINTON. Mra. Vincent T r m 4k. aa - . - iuio actress ana lormeriy MU Dolores Gillen of Clinton, d.ed Monday In a New York hospital after a brief Illness. Her mother. Mrs. P. J. Gillen. of Clinton, was with her at the time of death. Funeral arvir. will w - A Thursday morning in St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York City, after ta u( Doay wiu ce brought to Clinton. The rosarv vitl K rmaA Friday evening and funeral aer- -j in vices wu oe ncia Saturday morn- I i a v . i"K in ju jonn s cnurcn, the Rev. fr. T. P. Kelly oRlciating. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery. Mrs. Downey was bom Mar. IS, 1907 in Prairie du Roc her. a daughter of Dr. Peter J. and Mary Elizabeth Burch Ciller.. The family moved to Clinton two years later when Dr. Gillen established a practice here. She was married in New York City In 1940 to Attorney Vincent P. Downey f Washington, D. C After attending Clinton schools, Mrs. Downey was graduated from Webster college. Webster Grove. Mo. and the University of Illinois. She did post graduate work at the University of Kansas and after a year's tour of Europe, she began her radio career. She was known 'nationally for her character portrayals, especially in the roles of children, and was currently heard in several serial dramas broadcast from New York studios. She had been associated with such noted radio stars as Don Ameche. Brian Aheme. Helen Hayes, Bob Elson. Bing Crosby. Fibber Ma gee and Molly, and Ethel Barrymore. Morton Child Struck by Car MORTON. (PNS) Gary HoeDfner. 6. son of Mr. a.n.4 Mra Herbert Hoepfner, was struck by a car ai u:43 a. rru Monday a he was returning home for lunch with a rroun of arhml IMr.t The accident occured in the 300 diock on South Main street The child was reported to have received bruises whm h .- knocked to the pavement. He was laaen o reona ior x-ray examination. Driver of the car was Clarence Fauber of Eureka who was en route to a funeral at Latham. BENSON Mr. and Mrs. George T. Harms returned Sundav fram a trM i visit with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fitschen and son Louis of Washburn, and Miss Laura Cries were dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Louis Leinweber. Sunday. , Mlsa Frances Harms and Miss Carol Wolfe return :,..h . from a four day visit with the M A m iuunrra aisier ana nusoand. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mees at Men-dota. Doll Carriages Beantlfol Foldlnr Car . S4.50 .M S7.95 RfH Body Cat SB.25 S9.95 Tbo 'braotlful EngtUh wnnd body cab C1C 7C op to 3 I Dtl J W. B. READ & (0. Reverend Welgel Revivals Set At Lexington Dec. 10-21 LEXINGTON. Th Reverend Weisel. aiastnr nf th Second Church of the Nazarene. Peoria. Will hold revival at the Pleasant Hfll chapel, east of Lxmgxon every evening at 7:30, beginning Wednesday anrl bi!nn Hhrough Dec. 21. Elmer Martin of Decatur, and three sisters: Mrs. Ophelia Gerard. Mrs. Julia Miller Anrl Mica Jennie Martin of Lincoln. Mr. Martin was a veteran of World War I and arvrf ts v.- 33rd division. Mrs. Bessie Mahan LINCOLN. rPN. Mra Tt sie May Mahan. 56. wife of Harry J. Mahan of Midrjletown, died at 5:10 a. m. Tuesday at Deaconess hospitaL The bodv was in Ko laVn fmm Wright Funeral home to the iamuy residence in Middletown Wednesday afternoon. ine zuneral will be held at 2:30 m. Thursday at XT.Hi. Methodist church with the Rev. J. L. Bloueh offiriatinr rturial will be in Irish Grove cemetery. one was Dorn Aug. 30, 1891 In Springfield. Surviving are her husband; a daughter. Mrs. Mir Art-.n Peoria; a son, Harry F. Mahan, Middletown: and a brother, James Foraker of Springfield. Mrs. Anna Bork CHATSWORTH Tvc Mrs. Anna Bork, 72, was found aeaa at ner home here at 5:10 p. m. Tuesday. An inauest was hM at ih Roach Funeral home at 8:30 p. m. luesaay oy Livingston County Coroner Kenneth Essington. The report of the Inquest stated that she died of a cerebral hemorrhage. runerai arrangement are Incomplete. Mrs. Bork waa bora April 9, 1875. She la survived bv frnir fn ters: Mrs. Henrietta Thorpe. Terre Haute, Ind.: Mrs. Herb Alt, Morton; Mrs. Ed.Berlett. Washington; ivirs. weiaon cnaae, Chatsworth; and one aon, Henry, Louisville, Ky. Le Roy PTA Plans Meet, Christmas Program LEROY. The Lerto Parent- Teachers association will meet at 8 p. m. Thursday In the high school auditorium. A Christmas Drorram will h presented by pupils of the Washington Grade schooL 2?riA Gifts for Ilcr Chrittmot! DAINTY BLOUSES Lantz Sharing cars, that nrpuUkan Gov. Dwlt?i! iu irren an-i the COP Jr.iRa!e4 Ute tegUUrare ?et!e t4 njrj. r;r srt cf the : Ui ct4- lex tier.. Ixncrtr.a the rftbr.it that It wpuU t uncctv'u!-a!oval t O. tear 3 m ah.re ef th aU ." Lanti wit. To r'vl cvt share ef the tW t-xcrre Is t.!Jt would be unfair o the rural rur-chaser . Lantt saU tie sute'a surte ef revenue "are dryir.g tip"" -4 every dollar ef rfTTecure s'a'e income hat alre4v beea rU$Ur4 for other rvirpr. Refmirg to the Dmxrj: Chicago marve's rfcpciuL Ha'Jy rejected by Crevn but jre ta t a rru or liS state earrsp:-! Uau, Lant Mi4 The city ef ChVrr has led this battte f--r state f jrit and a few drwraUte ct'Je hare lolned al'.ouxh mct ef the e.: have arr.fte mean ef lrrevusg thetr tneofne. iUit each r---t higher taaes and the r--:.tlAn.a Coming to ttolantTm J'nrdit Training Signal Set A ! I. a mtttf'e tta Ualieria and Mrv. t r yr own tYratern Vtlm finrw a Hai COnC f IUe VaVaUa - wwirt,, och Young Athtrtc Footballs 1rtm re e at.1 tirw itb rL CO Cfl 1-U f faa VaMUil Early Pioneer Lincoln Legs Itxr and hr ef rtay f e It yug U4 aaCe ff rint recti te, iM..VIiV)Jn aT u y & J I r" Broth ers Bodies of Eldon, Wesley Warnkes Located Tuesday BENSON. (PNS) The bodies e! Eldon Warnkes, 32, and Wesley Warnkes, 20, sons of William Warnkes, Benson, missing since Kor. 30 along the Illinois river, mere recovered about 12:30 p. m. Tuesday near the Woodford county shore opposute Hendryx Lane and Detueiler park north of Peoria. The bodies were located with sTapplinjp hooks, submerged in shallow water, about 300 yards from where their damaged row-boat and rusty shotgun were found last Wednesday. The two brothers have been the rejects of a continuous search s:nce last seen about 3 p. m. Nov. SO by a third brother, Melvin, who remained in a blind when they took their wooden boat over the ice and downstream after some jreese while the three were hunting. Melvin was among the group that found the bodies. Accidentally Drowned. A verdict of accidental drowning was returned in both cases by Woodford county coroner's jury at an inquest held Tuesday night t the Wilton Memorial home in Peoria. The search was made by scores of boats and hundreds of the brothers' friends, many from the "Benson area. The brothers were widely known as hunters and fishermen. E3don Warnkes was a director of the Federated Sportsmen's club of Peoria. Obituaries. Edon Warnkes was born Nov. IT. 1915, at the family farm home LUMINOUS FROST NEW XMAS TREE DECORATION CLOWS IN TIIE DARK The modern Santa Glaus on his arrival i n your borne not only expects to find the conven tional Christmas tree, but today Insists that its decorations I n - dude the new Luminous. Frost which gives a Slowing bine light by night and has the appearance of snow by day. Luminous Frost is an artificial frost sprinkled with a monoglow' luminous material. It is positively fireproof and non-poisonous. Luminous Frost is available by man from the El-Bee Laboratories, Inc., 2144 South Sixth Street, Springfield, Illinois. Regular size package 60c plus 10c for mailing. Jumbo package, which contains 21 time tha amount in the regular pack-r, only $1 00 port paid. All orders will reeeiva prompt attention. Individual Christmas Cards from 5c to $1.00 Boxed Cards from 39c up 103 W. Front St FRIED'! BOOK STORE Roland's for Nylons ITS NO SECRET . . . that Roland's is the favorite store for the neu? "darker" NYLON HOSE. "Phoenix," . . . "Clautsner" ... "Manikin" . . . "Van Roalte" ... ell Jour famous brands of ROLAND'S! the E0SIER7 STORJS SMALLEST, ONE-PIECE HEARING AID EVER BUILi by Western Electric FRIDAY, DEC. 12 1 to 5 P.M. GUY CARLTON 526 N. Main St. Associated With ' Aodlphone Co. lip MA B Mil KarJiae ev! S sfe&ay aj Jet- Jfev l-sr-av (onboy Soils Tm U fU4 ilm ta ecr rrw XL 0. CLU) & (0. l. .V Z- 2 .98 TAilJca tr Hjlet ls:cTxrt!r4 la fiajtie ratest ar4 pintle leAlher rraits. rajta fa.I rcrde. A3 f7 Fhell bre the. mslUr fer-.I-Ir. rayrj crtre br r4 jomll arrute Uajirff uch h!fh atjlc al IVr.rey r..'MKr..'l frtl IkUcatelr etr.LrfUerrxl rr Ufe-trt.-.rri trlt la wfcjlc ody. CUMkI!jr uli.ri aKIri tn too, i!h fir; tuc;rr. ccstcrt.LU tuclf. Urx. hcrt flctvcj. 22?. or Gay Holiday Fcttitillet! SWIRLING SKIRTS Joseph Weinzierl DANVERS. (PNS) Joseph Weinzierl, 78, died at 8:10 a. m. Tuesday at his home south of Danvers. He had been ill about two months. The body was taken to the Otto- Vincent funeral home In Danvers where the funeral services will be held at 8:30 a. m. Thursday and at St. Mary's Catholic church in Bloomlngton at 10 a. m. The Rev. rr. Aioys cnweitzer, pastor at St. Mary's, will officiate. Thm Rosary will be recited at fl:3n tv m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Burial will be in St. Jo seph's cemetery, Bloomington. Mr. Weinzierl was born March 17. 1869. in Germany, son of Jo seph and Thresa Buchhart Wein zierl. lie married Miss Anna Bierineer. Julv 20. 1904 Bloomington. He is survived bv his wlf nnrl six children: Georre. Mra Mm Soldenwagner, Mrs. Andrew Anetsberger and Mrs. Henry Mesh, all of Chicago; Carl and Joe, at home. Also three brothers, John of Stanford, Carl of Maroa, Max in Germany; three sisters, Mrs. Anna Mehl of Danvers and Mrs. Fannie Blattner and Mrs. Lena Kaser in Germany. He had nine grandchildren. Five brothers and sisters preceded him1 in death. , Mr. Weinzierl lived on the same' farm near Danvers for 41 years. He was a member of ?t Min'i Catholic church In Bloomington. Walter L. Ballinger . COLFAX. (PNS) Walter I Ballinger, 73, died at 1:40 p. m. Monday after a long illness. Funeral services were to be at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the Easton funeral home, the Rev. Merrill Hershbereer. castor of th crhria- tian church, officiating. Burial was to De m Wiley cemetery. Mr. Ballinger was born Dec. 11, 1874 in Hunting county, Ind.. a son of Samuel and Ann Ware Ballinger. He married Mi Blanche Dodson, Feb. . 1900 in Towanda and they spent most of their married life on a farm In McLean county. Surviving are the wife and a daughter. Mrs. Ola Srh1tr f Colfax. Nine brothers and sisters preceded him In death. He was a member of tha. Con gregational church of Roberts and the Modern Woodmen of America. James R. Entwistle CHATSWORTH. tVKl James Raymond Entwistle, 51, died at 5 a. m. Tuesday at the St. Mary's hosnital in where he had been a patient there ior uie past lo months. The body was to be at the Roach funeral hnm in niitnmwii K & I. 1 2 p. m. Wednesday. Funeral arrangements are Incomplete. He was born Feb. 25, 1894, in Chatsworth. a son of Jam snH Lenora Parker Entwistle. tt lived his entire life In the vicinity of Chatsworth. He is survived Tw v -,v,- James Entwistle of Chatsworth; one orotner, Roy of Chatsworth and two sisters, Mrs. Everett Edwards Of Chatsworth mH .Ti- Clyde Watson of Aurora. Bruce Martin LINCOTJJ tmq t Martin, 62. of Chicago, who has uwa mpioyea in ine Chicago Office Of the Illinoia Hnrnv eral's office, died at 5:15 p. m. ivionaay ai ueaconess hncnital Trip fimrn1 mill K vu -i p. m. Thursday at Wright Funeral Kawa a.MiU A 1 T- A, . wiui uie ev. u. u. Ensel-man. nastor nf First nfthnr- . . " 'i v t yyiim h church, officiating. Burial will be ui union cemetery. He Waa hnm 'K.T-n.V. o teaa f Lincoln. Surviving are a brother. Dr. Many Pets Will Be Given for Christmas A dog or Canary for Christmas is a mighty welcome gift for some child or person. Many who wish to give are watching the Tet Classification In the Classified section. If you hare birds or dog to sell, you can contact these people with an economical classified id. Act today before lt'a too late. The Dally Tantagraph Phone 4341 NURSE and DOCTOR KITS JUNIOR DOCTOR end DOLLY NURSE con eoch hov their cwn wcfxftrful lit Qh QP . . .Crcrr.fr.dd with cttrcctlve Htrru in- tQv ciudtng o mlcrcicc&a cr.ei krk' 4.98 Shell tiooe tLeee XIaadfctne .ocl or rstoo faMca deftly UJM ia the teaaeo'a eei U tm style. Lej. f&U .m i-pcjiru. cure4 ee eurttlar-ia boU taia. ! leoe er nh mJ elora. la sue :i u jx BLOOMINGTON SiccalcrsArvFarorcd Presents! CARDIGAN SWEATERS ;: 4.98 Dfbtfctel jit f rxtkal ftuta at smr lKJre nr! Vim, LfLrwl;i tpnjr sweaters tub aasrt crrw betl. Wita, lie si ntte fo Iter tails aaJ sliria. Choo ttvm h krvll aal eeUe late e ilK, too. 5ue u iX , . itethcsccpe. Slinky FUnVy. the wonder ff !! of spring steel a ran 4a trlrii that mal It a'.lt . Will bold lntrrrt ef jrt young and o!4 ::it...)0C For Mlcglnner Rcilcr Skates Jot tistt to lart oo. 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