Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on October 10, 1930 · Page 11
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I s Nell p, Taylor und al.i. where ahe -will bt -lis. Nnncy J. Tsyte,' I «.fvf-ral (lays, j^ n ··· Taylor are chlldhoott :ngrave the le FREE , Wahl Fountain 'cncils that Mac't I ' P I i t ] , thr.i r |E'«I R f,M r c n w t f h ln point ffir in|y thft SliMlrnt 'ATI-Tit It Of Print ses 98 ken 36 to 44 46 to $0 es 14 to 20 HAV/-.L rn-ihf-d hcif for Vncnclons fashion idle aflsr rltiyi of t the riffhl styles ihf shnrcrl result. it Store HLCO. SI ^/s cr of Aulitmn Football $6 Doz. I Plants ), $1.50 . . $1.50 ;2.50,..$1 (,...$1,00 . .$1,00 . . 50c . . . . S O c . . . $ 1 . 0 0 . . .$1.50 . . , $ 1 . 0 0 ises ITS Phone 5281 OEbATUR HERALD FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10, 1930. DECATUR HERALD III IWABASH ANNUAL REUNION WILL 1 BEGIN MONO AY Official Family to Have Two Day Gathering in St. touts Next Week RECREATION PLANNED Tha annuwl reuali.n ot thti Wtibimti family l!t finnouiiued for Oct. H In St. r.ouK Uaimlly thn is in twvr cun; (nil l«y In biisiliK"" 1 utlulra ftfid Hi* 1 dtiy la one of recreation' par- 5 Iwril Wff ' opinion* llf ' (lf(l "»"'" s swUms, If ll»i«n Is IOIH in'« family iHifiHKl'-n of busl- ' M nffnin. In Miy event the times u've b»*n tinonuiicMl t»«l traffic men and men from the openillnK ilis- iirr making pinna to Attend Tllr! I M M K l l Nliwtwpn Wuhimli ih«.iinh fruit i weic (iiHimlchNl I tow Uecdtur _ ijix riiii Included ttn At- r«i[o utirtimt «nd n double huatlor MI Hocorfd W iheie wri' * v « s^ulli. four north Mid f.mr w^l. (ho KilU-i' including » dend hond uruw. AVOHt-WACTK CAMI'MGN The Hock MiinJ nillrodd compuuy tum InftUBWrdtC'd an economy cam " pi. C. H, Prat 1 and expoctPO eticl" tho KMWBH to ellmlnntc wtisti; (ta) bundtcil thuumintl tl«lUirn y«ii". Thn ftvij(i-wn«tii hullt'tli iwd'tiy the ..... niiiiny. IIM-IBM-S: "TlHT« 1" tw muu 1 ' wiwtp ut trinity; *tn' mijloiii not In tw. turn »({ plwtflfl Hs;hK s'^vu wuti'r: watch | mill. «*«y Imi't' ci'i"' 1 *- ' J * B K t l P| pnprr unit tint prlnlMl NliiUoncry -| prJfiltnfi ctiHtji money, Spncc 1.* worm. money nilllaio it: load i'art limit, hul do not ovcrlntut " ONE MAN LOSES CAR, ANOTHER A COW, AS RESULTJJF CRASH VANDALIA -- Frank Nalley of Is ttilnun an. automobile and J. H, Htoneburner of Hagarstown l« minus a cow, tho result of an mi to mobile accident which occurred late Monday near tho interaec- tfnn o( route 2 and tbe Vera road about six miles north of Vandal la. Nalley wna driving north on tho highway and Mr. Stoneburnor who was driving n truck containing two cftws \vaa Kolng in tho opjiunite direction when ho ran oft the slivb nnd in attempting to I'pitnln It lost control ot tho ma- rlilno anil nllinncd into tho Nulley car. The COWH woro thrown out of the truck, but following the ae- cldont were reloaded and Mr, Stone limner continued on hid way, neimlnf!ly not much damaged, Tuesday morning one o( the an- luiHlJi was found dead, NuUiiy'* cnr was so budly dunv* njtc'l ttifit ho wn« forerd to leave II- overnight anil upon returning to the aoune ot the acoUlcnt early Tumday morning found his automobile liml disappeared Uurlaj; the n IK lit and so fnr no tmoo has lioun found of It, Neither Nalley nor Htonfburnor were Injured. FAYEHE CO. SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION TO BE HELD OCT. 15 to thu KQI'lt'MK.NT OltlllCUiS DI'ICMNI'J luirlnc tlw (Irtt n t n r numUiM tf this }«ir oidtrs (or fi'ulRht cars tntdlli'd 33,137 nniiiMtrcd with 00,100 liwt ywtfl witi'i" f(ir pnsm-nscr train al tu to llrd (i-3 cnr» compav- wi'ti 1AW lust yt'iir; orders fi«' hcnni(itlv(. ( i totalled iffin and l"«t ye«r thp ordit-, ( t i t i l i i K th« C 1 -" 1 lllnp O i n l i i i M i i m c n l H i'ii (lit- [ i M l M n n f( Hit \t'W Vnrlt, I'lttxhurKh * ChlofitfO tompnny for milhorlty to coimtiwl Ml nilk«t of line IIGI'IUIH I h n li*ttjuli of Peniwylwmln, from Knutwi l ( VIHK- hiirith t p v r l l ' i r y , him hecn dnctMifcd hy ilin InlcrHiiitti eonimcrco comaiM- nldit fir Niiv. IK. Thiil In (lie iichumn fw which ),, F. LIIW, jtrofUili-nt of thu n r h i w n i c * HiVI'itiu rnllrwid (Viiinmny In '.iionwr lit-' I'll 1 " of one link t n Ittlli t i t i n l t tlri« beHvecn Krw V ^ t K anil * 'hlr'iii^ 1 . limv ICMIMNIIS im!l,tNtt Ki'l. I'pi 1 ! l l l t l f ! l l l l ' U l l l l ' Hi" O I l l S H 1. mllrmilfi In Aitcuut tntttlinl $!Ki,fi!) MM). cruaptii'i with (ettt 1HI'I. « i trim* c«n- SU1.7iiH.OW) In nil 1 of 3'2.fi pci lotnl'-d !j'N!t;,;*7fl.OOt, XK In /liiRu«t. 1(i!0. n ftani'fl;f of 2Uf! PIT rwil, (''"f the flKht mntitliit m 1 ! p|rrfitltitt Iriconic In Ihn Pftnic iKTlod Inm v^nr. n. il«- Mfiiii 1 of n'Jft PIT will, flroNw In Ihi* flclit niontlH (ii-i-lml wiui Si).t!K.[i7!,- (flO ntrtilrnt JI'JIJ.WSMMW, n ili-frcn-ii 1 ef I I I pci* mill.' Them 1 flf;mi*« wcco I'uiiiplli'il hy Ihft buivaui i»f rJi llwc^.v vi-iiuoiiilfit tiolllnt; 'Jl'J^-U tullcB of lliu' K()l«;i)T TO CASH II LllO Tuli-tld nlTIri' of I hi* »inln tnllnmd cii(n(itii.v mid aiki'd lor !I|K wHKt-i UK liiri)itnllv(i f i n - niui In lill lilxiiDiltiutliio of I h e eAttiimiiy ntronU ihHrl[nt*l I h i 1 Haitn »*s viilid niitt titi|nld. llDUK'h W " H (ivtn n i-hfcVt for JL!7,\ In 1911 tit' tart work I'd iitin tiny us liH'mimUvi; flfWlMlli HIKl Jl*f( U'I!I((I|( Jilt}' Cff»!'t to cnltiTt hl:i we^cn. Mi 1 snltl Hint HW( !lini nnn ilny jii-i vli-e (v» fin*N ovgr the country fViymrnt ilnrlni,' llnso ypnrs he 1 VANDAIJA,.--The Payetie county Sunday HI: ho o I convention will be conducted In thn Shobonier Method- IHI church on Wodnosduy, Oct. 15 There will be morning, afternoon ant cvi-nlnif flox!iionrt, The jiraxt'iirn Includci «n mn.ny Intct eating xubjocts. sppoht miwle, roportB'ot cominlttees am election of officers: those participating in th arc: S, E, Robinson, treas 11 rot 1 of this S ho bonier Method Is church. Huiulny ttchool; ttev, J, "W fJunifiHin [msttor She bonier Meth adlfit h u r c h ; T, A. Trlpp, Sprlngdold supcrlntentliml ot lendcrahlp train In);. YnunB l'i;optn'H dlvinlon «nd gen r r n l field work, Illinois Council o fldiftltniH Tiducntlnn: Rev, W. Nclalor, pawtor of Fall-view Method Iflt ehurch; Dr, I* S. McKoim, pas tor ot the Vandullo. Method Is ctmr«h, r, K Fulton, SL, .Tarnes, ia lilcnt of tht uiHoelnllon; Mia* Ruby Jcincs. St.JCtitio, vlce-pcoaldent; an Mrs. D, O.'Pllther. Brownsto-wn, sec n-tardy and trOHSiu'pr, Rev. Paul M Holmon, pastor ot tho Vandall riirlstkm uhurch, Is the conventlo: iiiiiif: k'tuler, VANbALIA~MERCHANTS PLAN TO REORGANIZE RETAIL CREIWT BUREAU V A N D A M A . -A. meetlnp of th rtcLiill Merchants Credit Buro*ii ot tlci! her* Tucudoy in'dnlns with K n i n k Dotmv. locul buslncsn man nml tirCHldcut uf t h i orjttin I nation, In i-lutiw, ATlci- the tegular vi'fiulcin. 'm (i I i f n ill.Hr lisa Ion WHS con iliicled I'ODtifrnlnK some of th? prob Ifnin c o n f r t i n M n R the Burcnu an- phins v.'i'rf. maili* It) rporponlw ani rnlnrKC 'he burenu Jvi»t as Moon n The city cnutu'lt volctl (o tin n ovc In thd (,'cruetcry nssoclutlon $l,0fi w lilrti wiui In the ccnietci'y f u n d . H [hi* rcs'ilnr nicctinfi of NIC counci IhlH wti'te. The tiHliiry it ( f i u r y B r n n n o n , nt tMiulunt tit t h n c i t y wnlerwork ( i i n i i f i l i i K dt ivi Ion, wits raised jici 1 m n n l h , In vlnw of tha fact tha Ni-J AthliiHoji IB not now eni»loye rliciv nml Itic work fomwrly don \v thrn* in 11 !! in hcln^ done by twi r h i u l f s A. M u r p h y 1st tho other a h ml,int. Mr. A t k i n s o n wns fnrcn t n n'liftn rci'i-nily bucaiifie o( 1 lu 1 t i l t h . Farmers Institute In Fayette To Be Oct. 23 SflTKS CallfnmiH ^rii|e!i inivv urr niovtiiK *w Wnhnah nills In nlmost the ·Wit [i-n|ior(loti ( h i l l eimtiiloii[its ""4 when ttie mrlim iU'ttDCon wns on th'irsdny i i m i n l u K thrro WHM an ex- ''» twt with ;i« enr Ifiiuls of nrfljifs 'ft HIP *mu,^i VANDA1.1A The Knypltp count Viu nicru In'itluile will be condiic.te in thr- t-lrcull court room In th cnnrl huiidc here on Oct. 28 and 2- Thci'c will he no r x h l b l t n this yen: hut thl* pi'iiMriim lulludcH ahlr speak d pri-tly much L f s ,,,, n^rd-uitui'i*. horticulture, mar About hli piii-ltt,,^,,^ nlu ) other suhjcctji of interns 1 1 n Hie -furnici M. W. 11, Clray of Van dnlUi In prettklcnL and Warren Ben noii (n secretary cf Ihc- orstin lent Ion Shelbyville Church to Sponsor Scout Troop K--At n rneetlni; o Ihfl offlchil bodtd of the First Mcth niltst church Tuesday evenlnfr nctlo Klif;lni-ti 1-1,111 I t l i i h l i ' i - ciuiKht I h c ' w i i n tultpii to Npnnsor a IBoy Scou lurtiot Kn^inivi .( A t l l t i M H iinil T . l t r i m p , which will inakf the t h l r s UllW- I-!IUK|II i h e t u r n of lln- ln»i]i In Hlnlbyvllu. Tho troop wl thinr MrCiinn n i n t h Thuiinl'iy, ihe he orf;"il^e'-l Monday evening and n iikiii); t i m e n f f fur 'i 'louiul Jisnlsilniil m-oittinnstar named, 1 The hint covotwl dish supper o !tn Ai;cui (i. \V 1,-iyhev ue- Ihe noCKit Hefiaon at thn Shelby Coun nivil )v M I - I Ui.ihev f i n i l I h e l r ' l r y dull will he served ftl 0:30 o'cloc, I'f M i ' t t j l.fiu H'U- mil i f le-'l''t'l[l't. v evening. Members ftntl 1he ; fur n mot or trip, t h i ' l i UifH linriii-dl.it' 1 f n n i l l l r s will he jruesls. i hclns KviitiMville. liul ] McuilierH of tlw eintl of the pin i I-!. I I Huitiiuin ri*tii 1 tii l il'"Mt:ht« f" 'l' h ° Wny ( " which wn ThuHilay a l t e r n n nhMcncc I'liwi'iiteil til the Chrlntinn clturt 1 Xurnhiy pventnj;, enjoyed ft eovnre (tlsh luncheon lit IJLhlti Sprinff Tnettdiiy nljflit .followed by a part M t . am! Mm. A r t h u r I^ce, wh f'mit Wl)llnni», and other relative. Imve returned to t h e i r home In Oma hn. Neb, Mr. Ixse hua a poBition Oninlm. Inking cure of thoroughbrc 10 «il Vtirbruu^ht of thr WubH*h ih ( , J iiiii*hnrii*nl dc- C D t l l H l l HJ'SlClll 111 liwtnl on a IVm itivHIun. ihe W fill Hit I ice 11 a member of "outside ptfint flimttf,, s,,, ,.. by (1|( . t^i^^nd ot the Amorinin Jlnflwuy », Thnt l» one of the Ini- liomnilitcoK of Mint depart. nl the etiHt end ot IUID alinoiit HiU'cumli- * wnir and tour of tho elc Soon t new hox will he In- jy the po«i[ office depnrt- wall no of id Mr, nrnl Mrs*. CiiHrles Asliton hav rriurncit to tlielr home In Pouldc Junction, WK after H visit In th h«me of Mr, nnd Mrs. Oharlc In thl» city. Mr. Ashton of ono of tha cxclu siv'o Iflho reHorts In Wisconsin, DKLAND cotr.'K V/KOS Chester Gnrvor of Do Lund and Mrs. Fannie McElroy Montltelln wore married Satut dn titternoon In DunvUle. They inovo Into tho house vacated by ms Proves We UNDERSELL Friday And Saturday! Come! Underselling Demonstration Frnitclt Joun Silk Hosel Women's Silk Stripe UNIONS Women's All Wool (Sweaters imin''i full li kiiiU iiiifo i TlLlI » I I k I I H , f ] r H ^ ' iiuiitky -- In! I1IMV f H ] J I »w, l "t.i 10 ' tm I uSv, --lint Fl, « it t j i u I U T l l O l l BUL I for -women --- IkHdU InilKltl-- ' TM SO to 44, fclli'Iit vlll-l 1 do [or 5PC, mrma'a nil I wool o o i t LlRr; colnm h r a v f n iiclc ft tiluo, I (inly f S OK. llu nil K\ -- ' I-- Wnt Fl.iuf Cleverly Far Trimmed Materials of Trico Broadcloths Camel Hair Fabric Fashion right materials , , perfect tailoring , , Dn^d and interlined . . princess flat'o and bolted models. Shawl and mushroom collars of Manchurinn Wol(, Laptu nnd JHenv- orettc, --.Si'piitwl Flout SIXES u to itt to 44 Fall Winter Dresses Mtylc.H auJ copii-a of imported models that J originally a;ll at higher prices. Tunics, v«ntws, Jacket stylos, florea, ;»pteiii, belted waistline, prlncCHH llncft, etc. MatcrlatH arc aatlns, chlf- fona, Cunton crrjirit and French prints. All the nMV frill color.i. Slzra M to 20; 38 to BO olid 1'fi tB 2GJ. Wonder vnlnea at --Second Fluor Use Our Uy- away Plan BUY NOW AND ,\ i I N t r J F T M I i N i i- [ i f I ' A i r 1 · 11 f\; 7 s "I » I . 1 I · .' V f Copiei of Higher Prictd Modcb.. Thaie Fall HATS For Drew or Tailored Wear Millinery designed to meet thn high brow fashions and thrifty budget, Mats that never wer« Intended t» tiell for BO little-All the newest fash* Ion 11 and fall color*. --Second Floor NEW LOT OP PALL HATS * f IN OUR MEW SKCTION-- «P I . --Second Floor VmHCWELMNQ Dt Toiletries {KM ArnUkH Cr«wrt, JJc, DM S^Blbb'* TMrth PMto, Miv UM Lux ToU«« *H, (ft. ISO Fitch 1 * ItMtdruH ·»- mover MM! Rhimpoct 59e, WM William* 1 A4IM Vrfvt, Sit SOfl Hlnrt'i or Jif(«t'i HM Lullnnt Me, flq« KIwnKX, We, JW AniMnn Tnwder, S*c. M, Me, --Hurt Flaw Men's Suits Sea ttiL'BG .suiln by all means! They Jim tha best valuei ever hroiiKht to Decaliur! I In t h « new inn». browns, Kruya a u d ' uirri non.'iei'vatl ·ihmJca, for inen'antt young men, Alt silite!* --"First Floor CAMELAIRE O'COATS, KV'H llli'l'l'ldt l)l(KiS S H I R T S . L i'ti n i m l t u * III Hr A t H H, J M i l k *M J 1 nutnf UNION SUITS I-'nll weight Longl^H^L .·ilepvrH and nnklo mm ·f* lenRth. R ( i y o i · ·.,·** trimmed neck and fronts. Sixes 3S to 46. --Flmt Floor MKN'S )'INK DRESS HOSE Novelty patterns , and colors in mercerized hose for men. Size* 10 to f ll!; pair Ho. TROUSERS « FT. FELT BASE Pf.OOB COVJSBING P l r « t qnnllty, lufHA. CoD^alaiitii ' madii floor en J3i° B ' '''' yAt --Tlilrfl Via Children's Dept. SECOND FLOOR Bey*' Dept, Now on 2nd Floor DOTS' PKKCALK Blouses Crisp now pattern* In j«rcBj» bloustB for bojis; stos 6 to yearx. Extra val- at 4Dc. --Socond Floor BOYS' AND GIRLS' Unions Flnu ribbed random or white union suite, panty waMt jityle-- Bisseii 2 to 12 years. --SocnndB Floor HOYS' AND GIRLS' Pajamas 49 Pink and Wuo striped, heavy quality with feet; alien 2 to 6 yearn. --Second Floer IIOYST AND GIRLS' Hose Fuji length hate for boys and girls, sjjorl or plain colon -- In new winter shades; sltcca 6 to 91. --Second Flour Self Serve GROCERY Friday and Saturday Specials from Our PEACHES, Lge. 21 cans, 5 for 80c Pet, Carnation or Bonlen's, 3 for 2c FOLGER'S COFFEE, Mb. can 42c SUGAR, Pure Cane, ICIbs. 49o Navy or Groat Northorn Beans, 3 lor._25c Campbell Pork Beans, 3 for 25c Frosh Country Eggs in cartons 27c Potatoes, Red River, pock 33c; bag $2,12 Cabbage, Holl. Sd, for Krani, 100 Ibs. 1.29 LAKESIDE CREAMERY BUTTER, I Ib. 38c Young Baking Hens, 2£-3 Ib, av. 89c Springers, for frying, 2£-3 Ib, av 98c Our Underselling Shoe Department Proves Leadership "'""" ^ ·" " p "TM ' MM'M New Fall »«?· Oxfords IJoys 1 Si-Iiof| ^ir l»rtHi N Shoes . d t y 1 n fi, w]tK r or N o m » r k l/oi in lttn:cv (F, ftta Felt SUppers Any wanted color uml s l a c . with jmddod solea »rid heels; wliilo they last, 3$c. --First Door Afis*ex' or Growing Girls' Oxfords Patent, tan and dull l e a t h o rs, with solid leather solea, and military or low heels; sizes 3 to S, chofcn, $1.8. --First Floor Women's To $3.00 DRESS SLIPPERS New fall stylus, in patents, satins, tan or dull leathers. In p u m p s , altn.^3, ties or oxfords, with spike, military or Jew hcf|3, All alzeu, choice, J1.9S. --Flrtt Fluoi 1 1* ft I o n t or tnn, Kill ..r wltli TtllilHSP tliM nl - . -- Flr»t Infantv 1 to 79c Soft Soles Our entire stock of shoos, Roman sandals and ell|-, per» are Included ( at thin tow price. W h i t e , patents etc. Sixes 0 to 4, | at 39c. --First Floor Gownit ui Pajamas C V/ o hi * it * f tn Htrljmj* orl WOMEN S UAYON Silk Hose tt i«»)iy irwti'* my 1)11 *!IH IIOI-". I wlili (wint »i ii i .On| ill IHl fl)!f*r}'/H; ^Sfi I'l 10, BASEMENT 40 Inch Brand N*w Fall DRESS SILKS --40 in. Eagle'* Washable Flat Oepe| --40 inch Rnmona Crepe Satin ' --40 incK Silk Chiffon 4 --40 inch Travel Print* --40 inch Hevy Silk Georgette YARD, $1.49 . --B* :»·»« Mil Wxtt Rag Rugs Extra lurgo KiM, ·welt woven hit and miss p o t t o r n i, Waged ends. --Third FttMtr x8» HUAVY DODBL1I Blankets jMii-t wool blmk*t«,i In p r e t t y 5tock ]1ald»i rich lookl»Ki rmrty warm blun- hetM at only I1,6I IW.H IIHI:S M (H'ttMi GINQHAMS FUNNEL P r d l l y new fall checks and nlafdi in fin* quul Hy (iresn glnghamtf, 17c Excellent l l f l t t v y uftltty, with tton ' ey nnp: llftht or 89c qual flen ttolid colors, pttticntt nnd full finlnh hemmed, ready t* i nut!. Inch Mrtlwofld M U S L I N Fine fott quality, fully bleached mi in- sook tnuslin -- yard Y,'ld, ot the famous 'Bellwood" brand. rt-l'lwji Ivory V»il*i GURTAIH SETS hard iwlirti'd ivory vi I lit ruffled curtain iint n, with colored edr;i) ruffle vulixn«) and t i e b u o h n 10 inn i eh. J\« IVI MM IW SHADES 39c First quality, mount- fi V*l, MtKI , QUILTS $2,98 Jjnvgn a\M, noally fin lulled, altvuciivu 1 l.lf. ed on ,,.-- .. roll urn, --· romnkfi* ,.,, ,-with fixture*. Colors I In ft vsrlely of green, grey, tin and . urn, brown. I I I,M, «lf|lll*"PIV'K FLOORWM 49c Choleo of pound turn wax or pint hot, chuice, iflr. quulity 1(l« KM'Irlo IJ«h( ^ ^k Bulbs 10c Ohaira of 25. 40, 01) njjii U wntt iriKiito fro»t«d or cl*«f elccvrio Jisht bulbs; cnch on* Tiniw Grand Openinjf CANWDmBTMENl SATURDAY 1 Pound Chocolato Peunut Clutter* lw . , · . * . . Attorted Milk Chocolate* .·....·«. Whipped Cream Puffi .uu.. ··» Doubl* Dipped Choc, Peanut i ,.*,.;.*.· Asiorted Dark Chocolates ,. . BUY A POUND OF THE PRECEDING CANDY FOR 39c and Get · Pound of trw Following FRE£ I ORANGE SLICES -- GIANT GUM DROPS -- ICOCOANUT BON BONS -- PEANUT CRACKLE » I CHOCOLATE AND VANILLA FUDGE DECATUl? DRY GOODS CO. DECATUR DRY GOODS CO PA PERI

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