Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on October 10, 1930 · Page 15
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qUEltADK TUNES Essiek )ne Day n impnrtet of thr x o r y (rn- nd -.hip I hem in nipi cxcpt inKldlcman'^ cr ·si (or il coii- Prrtmn ,md ru h illll. SrtTllkH, , etc --cn h it arh^try on ff Inndn All (tl room ti^P id see them rtl ttladly tell fan save far- making final f INC. St. I JECATUR HERALD FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10, 1930. DECATUR HERALD 15 fye the Child Responsibility Early In Life I Lei So" " e 'P M° l ' 1or ^ toss · Sueel, Not Mother 1 Ho![) Son I n i i i u i M I M " n » l t " » · ^tuf l i ' l \ "' 11 " I'"'" 11 "., 1 ' ll "" t Movie Fa*hions i I* 1 ,,,,, ...... , M n n 1)1 t n '···· ,, , , . I Hi- Hi' i-* [ l i | I t i y l i i ^ her a m i t, i w i s i l i i l i i U c m i ill t nit! 1 " w'" 1 t! " 'l'"(11 Ic of 111 I ' ' I ' 1 ' « l l H H . 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YOUNG ,lame» Mllllkln tfnl H ARVEST lime hai tomi and tne n m t h e l a a i e f u l l of lute fiwb mid \».(ScUbl(!» tn profusion put pi* B itt|es ioay ariJ golden uppluB, all (.took n w h otie-i little B**» ntupcd o n t h*uil ilmpeil v i l l o w ones big orange t o l o r « l Thu jersey (nsomblc is eutfit for full golfing Thh mil worn by Leila Hyama of th« uri.«n, h,ii a j u k e trimmed jervey i oat «nd m,iUhmg dre««, anri w i t h it lit worn a whiU b*r*C and o i u n g e giRpefuitl Just now no onu w i l h !»\ich an iinuy u t e nut, will rnlsi I hem , t house fi oiii T h i r t me plmlv ot linn b«i ntid ft tew n lie rflilnK bf.vn-i w i t h n qurprHlnCTly good ^flection of slinr ciifitmbtMH C f l l c i y It beginning to rom* In liom Ml hlp^n whu mftit^ 1 n (kllclotii iftlod 01 cookid vegt r a b l e lint 'I hfio N»w The wlie hwu'wilp HhoiilJ p'an lo imiki tine of llicse vfK?tutil i now i n d lta\f II)* 1 umnul onfi foi 'a"' 1 In Ihe wlntn « h ( « there U riot so Igooil IL a**!* ( t i o n hummer winds n i c «ih f t n w,»«n- (Hr i bouquet Melt t h e butter and cook I finely chopped slice o[ on ton In IL until It H soil itnd yellow Add th* f l o u t n n d btdwn tjllghlty in the but- tni itnd then add a took and boll up TYPES OF BRAIN H By HUTU CAMERON OW MANY dllfercnt kind-) of bialnti them ate 1 1 ho lit d nomnn comment yesterday on another woman She hen about the bialna of a VI yours old cTilId, should t h i n k ' ' said shi And in one qi»iiii» it was true fur looking l i l l l l r i i r 1 Coll UK t t 11 Vll ||l)t|H ] IriuIlN u t l X I O t l f l l V both u n t i l HIRALD cm K ue)l l ft i lit i us" the nt h* b. hi" la ttnl p u n oT In menu t h a t now Hint and (lie uisp well Add seasoning and o\ct the rooked t*!i»iv which bfcn put Into a shallow bii tilth Biltc in the oven for 20 m I nil tes Ull km! Allow halt of one of the swept, pol ilopt squashes fot cacll ]iucn to lie wived unit one estli piece nit in hfllt and tcmovp scfi n n d string) i i i c i n b t a n u u n d t u i n u p t i t f p dnvi n In a Hh tllow bulling pun H i k e In a m o i l t i u t p oven Soi fioiii t l i l i t v to fuil.v t n l m i l M or null sort Stoop «\\t of the shell Into the top of 11 (louHle bolier tmcl manh v,*[[ sinsun w i t h snll anil pepper uml otic tiibteipooii nt sn^ai fot ouch squash mki t h i t u labkspouns of tttittet n i u l leheut WASH" PAINTED MCTAL FURNITURE Wilh lh( iticiedied inlciL-st lo simple modcinlaUr f i t i n i l a i e palnl* pd nielal pieces aip rnjnvmg a vogup Q?t\x v, a i litulie-f tiiblps f ho 11 ^ und Lhesli of d i u \ \ « i ^ i c l l p t t the npwesl f o r m of t n t e r l o t decoiullon One of the jiientehl ad\nntti^pi of the 4 )* metnl objeds h Hie fact llmt they r u n be wnthed 01 eQ^ilv a°i the bia^t door knobs A soil hmih 01 rloih nnd tunny lukiuui ni vut L i u t e all tliat ii n((kd tn keep ihe snll f m m the a u t - f a t c i A f t t i tlnslnf! and ((ireful diy- Ing t h e ^ m a j be polished with a cloth Milly hud no ahead and plimning She In always golnj; off lml( eo ked on wild schemes Slit 1 lm«i no judgment In fegnul in people h v n v easily taken In mid newi Itjiirm by oxper Shu J1M« Another Klnii a a irally mar- And yet Mtlly Milout clothes -jeriHe she knowi by a ioi[ of sixth heriie (hi 1 ilftht doth to buy, the run adi! little tourhi's ti a hutp dn'ii Unit innke 11 loojc llku on? that cost I h t r t llmtti nt uiueh Also ) » t house showi the tunie sense of smultnpai iinj dc o i a t l v e v n l u e s though, of ooursu, 'he Ii niDie llmilctl tlwie on uocnunt ')( \ P I j I t n i l l t i Ineome No* d o i s n l all this show b l i n n * ' Ini klrntikllv, the nonnni who Rrii-iittil Mlllv only Ihi* h i u l n i o( n 12 v*«n old chiUI hni henelf ab- ^oluli^lj no Uothi s sense |inys hl^h lot Ihe w t n n c i lothci do( tn I know how lo put It oti (.vtn when by (hnneo (ihi! set some I til UK tlttit Is ilphl find m m f i B i i to i-wlt dowilv on a clothe* ·»p«Mdltnic ot four ot Civ« timeti what Mllly ptobtbly u«n Theie at« »H hind 1 ) ot brilna Thcie'i the atttculale brmln that mnke p«opl« intrtcstlni; ottfn when they lack balenci* and gena* about othci things We all know what wonderful IMnfis flngfl Up brains can be, The brains that pxpuws thoin«tlveil In deft und competent hands, hand a that can twht a bow on a bat Into i marl ness that ran fashion a bll of taffeta Into a dallcnto fcock, or a few omrnonpliici* In^l mUenli Into * deliclou* dlah The pofwmnr o f j Olesc Inalnn niny huvi no oth»t kind | al all nnd yet Iw n mott dediiablo peison to h a \ o -round ThPi* aie rflany different kindii of h i d Ins Let i never forget I h i t when we net out to cvalitlo pponlt or oursel\e« In relation In othets TO BROADCAST 1'ltOGKAM AltCOLA -- A KiOlip of talented folkn f r o m the Fllion communltv will pit'srnt u iud)o p OKI a in from WDZ ill Tuitolu S n t u i d n y ufteinoon fioiii 2 lo 2 30 o'clnek The* proitrnril II ionsJHt of lolos dtich, musical iiudlni;H, Initiunienliil n u m b e t s populai und old t i m e danc* niusli on piano banjo violin and ukelele I h e p « i f o i n u i « J aro Jo ]Cfr- t!lo?ton Mrs Helen lle»roc'k l/ouls« tiumbk Bine l! well, ChnilM Gamble nnd little dmifthU'i Lucille Mra SHJ« (jllbert R u t h f l l l b e r l , M i » N"1li» EuigoHi, Hojd Mlllci and Allan Crlii \.-iy ^ p thlt year T toi I hero aie ;| and they i SUiutl thin . . i i i i i i c i f l i c i i i u i t r,r I h p t c Ictaoni in | u t i ( l l i l x his m i j l h f l Uiul he i n n 1 (· i i i K l i d ii' ftti i n I h d sheet i i l u n e iVs vsc h a \ a J U l d b i t o t i and o f l e n i c j i n t i l u i H H i e n'l klndf- uf « i t v * In i i ( ( i i i n | i l l » h Hie sum* t h l n p T h e i h l l d v.hixi innthei I ili»" all the 10- ipi niH l l l i ) of ei ifiliiK Hie s t r e e t Htid tli IK* him H t t t i ht r Is l e a r n i n g i d l t i l n t W h u i i In' U u l n a e he Iii in l «J hl|)leHn in If lie hint neiei ( ( i IIM! H t t t r i ' i I I" foe FABRIC COVERINGS ARF: BOON ON FLOORS l L!,U( UIK" ate a liovn to tht 1 him i ^ l l · ' I lifht wulKlil l o v t l t and (ii-n in liiunJct Ihcv me emiiln^ In- il rn i n l I n f o i u i i l HliiK lOOHis t i l l is for li iliLKuru anil UK ti,j ,\ i*ldi s n r t p i v of t o l o r s nriil pat- Hi l i m e l i n n df-ilj{rird to HiUlttfy t m u i \ tail f-i iiriil to blimd w i t h Hi'i'" "f h i i i m h c l d (in uhliliiB" f i t i u ( O i i i l i l n t i t l i i n s as « n t l as the t i n I tul wr nl i m i m nnd cotton ttcini lire iiseil In tin ll l o n a t r t i e UIIH In ihe i i u t h t q u n ^ l t ^ u l i f m l m ·)» H p t a i t l t a l l ) lil l h « ii*-f of (JIKK! U \ e i The I T n l f e d ^ I n t M jf liiipH not f o i r c itny peiwn to bci. onic 11 cllkon 'Ihe unnltei I 1 ) optiontil ' Not Is an alien tkpoiled and his f inflic«ted n l l h o t i t uu(- SATURDAY'S SPECIALS Cdtoiinnl llorj^y .flc otcli i s i d H Hlaok W n l n u i , (or FEDERAL BAKERY 124 Merchant St. M w. s u dduh, DW 2-1498 Coffee Cakes Cinnamon, Peanut, Coeoanut Streutel. 2 For Cookie Sale I'nilt Bun SU Nul fjiiii. Ohncol lie October h The Month For Do-Nuli and Pumpkin Pi« iiljiit wntl ( u l a tliLf (mm the t( | Com thi CRRptant wilh bollmK salleU wnl.er and b'd! until (endei Lt«ln well nnd ( a r e f u l l y smop oul lh* soft u n t e i leavlnK t h e slid! In t i y t r l s p six sllcttt of baton eul t p f i n e and L»kf oul Ihi b i l l of bn- ( o n Add one onion (hopped f i n e to Die f u l nnii cook u n t i l "OfL and sllKhllV b r o w n Add th eoriKcl onion itnd Ftit iintl (hi bti(on bMi to th* ,ofl p u i I of llie (f(Kpl'" 1 t and one nip «olt Hlitle l.ieart Season wilh snll iind |»p!*i to tin!) mil mohten i h K h i t y w i t h null- » A Ill1)0 mMl n t f i i k Bent oiw iVK v e i v llklil find m t \ The Wall Street of Decatur "Believe It or Not" ' h the East Side of the 100 Block on South Main Street '\r^ . I i.'0v» ' tii.mlli- UK H o H i i w t . H tu w u l i llRiii »t tuiiue I*"* 1, ,ul'l hi- Joiiii l n - q i i t i i l l y «« i l l t l i l i t n l b i 1m I he t u b i i t j »»il kstteii- I h e lif' of uil rubUn ll,t tii.si w»y to wusli latiito h 1,1 t t n u n - i i w llicm In l u k e w m m ) , n \. nl I )» '1'ilnti vt I "M l r i ii i rl j , r i lit dlmll\ ' i I, ifni i ilrii 1 he ii-altoprrt H n n L c i i i n i I nl i olii? or UHIC ] 11 i M i l I 111 I I I \\ 111 41/CH ·*', '' t ' L U mi I |i ^l/ It, i p n u l n a t l I 1 M i 3|]i h In 11 M III! W i l l I II | I 1 \ ( I N |S l l * M l »ll I" M i l l | i t I ii \\ t i l l | ill 111 U V d l l t l l " I l i l t . I I I I V ] . ( I t t l l l b d tltC * M 10 ^ 1 \ I I s|/| \\ A N I f l » y l M I I dl ( i t K M U I \l 1, ^i' U I M f i; i v s i u u N : u()i\ ' nl IIIHI j x i LI l t i nn il ti fur ' ill' "i t In In ti tun! mi i xi etti'itt ** i'"' 11 i ttiin-ri i j« t t i in" ii mi 1 I n t e l nm, j i t t x I'n I Tl inrN \ ^ ' v 1 I itltli |,uttitn J't cenlH II tn: t ll mi I ! nli |i t(t Dt" II It, ,1,1 I ilowu u n l l l t h u t o l u i s appeal f i ( i l i ],ti(t nixlhiiiiied ^1'wo ot mote AOIp ht HIH «tid **v»inl iln'lnn" may be n,-(ntiini\ lo tooi-tn the d l i l nnd mm It nwnv Th» m i Bhould be iiliiee/rd w l t h o t i t wrln((irttt or i n n ihiiiii),!! a f l o l h e n w i l n g i - i and then htini! iiver Ihi' line Hi dt \ j tlh a few bii-nrt (or lop ami , t u r n s R.i1if hit If »nJ houi I' 1 "" 1 '" tfl11rth t l t l c '' ri ··»" t wll to on. q u u l t of t w o ot l well and «lTM ll ' v f'P * ft i n t o b i n t e n ftut' i l i v bifrtd rninibi- nod (iv Ii it deep t n l u n t i l ll nil ( IK (; Strictly Home-Killed Meats Eliminate the Packers' Profit W* Sell for Le**~Why Pay More 0. R. Morgenstern O. V. Vest 160 S. Main St. Tel. 2-1579 the . u n l l l tenilet t'heVi"dratn and cut «"* P 1 *'* *" hid? ,,,,, M»k« a b l o w n R i s v y ii«.irilt i w tHbl««po*in* f t burtfr, two t«bl^ ^poonn flour one cup blown m-nt Htm k. one slice onion salt and yep- p^i lo lusle and a f**W ri'ttp 1 ! ftf I- O.R. Morgenstern whoitwniti Groceries and Produce lunaii O. V. VEST S*riftly Home Killed Meatt PHONE 2-1579 «2 S. MAIN ST. - BELIEVE IT OR NOT-We tin Mtmlnat* th* Pwkrrrt ProHI--Wlir P*T Mora ^ iPotatoes Hrd B A K I N G P O W D E R FOR OVER use lU of f,, 3 h I'XIf /D , 25* jiii ' ^ I Q N S O F P O U N D S U S E D " Y O U » C O V I R N M E N T Ripe Tomatoes Edelweiss Malt 3 Fresh Lima Beans Hn rlnt $1.00 12V2C rnjHi Fruit, fnucy lurltliM. rMtili - ( Klokctin, li^ns. Fry* or ijtit. frw* lir»m l (l. itK*. *t»-l Mv friwh, nunli \ ifiT«n I IHHM.C ilrlik or rtHin, Ib *'««h sid« it)HK.~ iy4*. Vounlrv I'ork V l l t f * SAU^Altl,, lt» . fciUVl OIJCO-ni-M, Mil, 25C 27c Jr c '"" k t^"". 14c ta "^ ".. 15c Gold Medal! Flour Cleaning, Pressing · Repairing Suiti Pr««*ed Whil* You Wait. We Call tot and Deliver. South Main Cleaners R«d McManus Karl Brmt 140 S. Main St. Tel. 2-4673 When in need of good Shoe Repair work bring your Shoes here. Our slogan is-'New Life In Old Shoes' VALENTINE Shnn flrpnlr Shop nnt Shtnlnit I'itrtor 152 S. Main Decatur Maytag Sales 134 S. Main St. Phone 6929 Distributors For "RITC ti. Hen ScruUh. Lbs. 1 Sack tttun. In Macon, Moultrie and Piatt CountJe* PHONE For A Trial Washing If II Doe*n't Sell Itwif, Don't Keep It. * For First-Clftts L A U N D R Y S A M L E E Sine Year* in Busiueat- Sante Location Vti ^ Miiin My Motto la Service Confectionery, Magaines, Drinks and Cigar Jordan Reed 130 S. Main St. Pathe Radio Distributors Jordan, Reed Steveson 132 S. Main St. ROOMS ITS STEAM HEAT , AOc, *tc $1 (HI And up M Y E R S * HOTELand RESTAURANT Me«U 25c Highly Desirable Store Room for Rent 144 S. Mam St. See Edgar H. Baehrach at Bachrach'* Clothing Store Miurt OrdT* at All 110 S. Main Si. n«-nttir, 111 Shaniel Barber Shop 140 5. MAIN ST. '71 Payi To Look Neat" Hair Cuts ......... 25c Shave ........ .... . ,20c Face Manage ...... 35c Shampoo ......... 35c 4 Pirtt CUw Barberi Why Pay More? Hour* 7 a. nt, to 9 p. m. Open Sunday Till No«n FOR RENT Attractive Bwinew Roomt, New Buildinff, South Main ·t Lincoln Square, Phone 2*7164. Clothing, Men's Furnishings, Shoes High Quality and Lower Pricei Goldblatt CLOTHING STORE 144 S. Main St. The Great Atlantic Pacific TeaCo. 156 South Main Street Economy Food^Store APsalec toctMtomm have gone up through all the difficult month* of 1930 because, when economy must be practiced, A*. P (tores make savings easy 1 . lite tnurert on Jtpotiu in sound savings bt*kj t tan bt DEL M O N T E SALE DEL MONTE SLICED OR HALVED Peaches . NO CAN DOZ CANS It II Spinach 2 C N 26c OI. CAHS, *tn 2 CANS 290 Corn Sardines Tomatoes NO t CAN 35« 25c IONA STRtNG BEANS OR Tomatoes MI c * ws - m 3 QUAKER MAID Baked Beans . 4 «« 25c CAMPMU'S UANS . 3Mi23c «ic*ns9U EIGHT OaOCK Coffee · · · 3 ·* 69c WHITE HOUSE Evaporated Milk 3 ^ 23c , CARNATION MtUC , Salmon I GRANDMOTHER'S White Breed 3 io*t tOAv Souerkrout 2 N* CAMS PiGSoop Corned B«e SHAW ota Apple Butter GREAT NORTHERN Navy Beans 3 "' 29 C Brown Sugar 5 * 25° FRUITS -- VEGETABLES Finn, Rt Ft nit Red Onions 10 Bananas Grapes Apples 19c 25c Tflknv Kxlri Fancy Xof 100 UK $1.60 QUALITY MEATS Boiling Beef Roast Young Beef Hamburser IJt. ·* 17c 17V 2 e Porlt Shoulder Weiners aiyl« 25c VEAL Veal Stew, Lb. . . 12|e Shouldw.Lb 20c CKop., Lb 3Ae CutM*, Lb 35e LAMB U| of Lamb, LH. . .We Chop*, Lb ........ 3Sc Shodder, Lb ...... 22e Stew, Lb ....... i,.,.ISc A T L A N T I C P A C I F I C SPA PERI

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