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DECATUR HERALD | 1 ·if \ MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 20, I93U. JLCATUR HERALD VARIOUS ACTIVITIES OF WOMEN 0 O St Thomas Women Giving Two Card Partiesjn Bazar Haying on Tuesday and Thursday Will Start At 2:15 W OMEN of St. Thom«H Cull wile church will uoonttor two ben* tit ««rd p*rtlo« thta week, M » |u« tt tbe Annual bazar of th« church, which waa announced in The Hwaitt Sunday, Th« card parties will b« on Tuoaday and Thuimlny (ilUrnoonK In th* community hall, S1UO North Edward ttreet, The play each afleinoon -wilt uturt at 2:1S o'clock and prize* will be Itlvon in brtctft«, COO, and pinochle, A bonut) ct 100 will bo tuldud to thu »corea of thomi who tirw In tho twill at S:1B o'clock. Attendwww primus also will ba awarded. uml Uio women will conduct a bnkory twin In the hall Tuoedny Muny of the guoBlti In WiMlnofidfiy'j party probably will romnln (or the chicken supper, nervlnjr to start aL 4.10 o'clock And hut until 0 Change Tune For Men's Dinner Al Conntiy C/ire The roKulfir Tucodny evonlnpf Un nero (or men M the Docfttur Counlty club wilt bo anrvod AC O'SO o'flnok Ituload of 7, at«rt!ns with the din nor thl* wwok During the summor the dtnneri w«ro nt 7 but the mem ber* prefer An «nrllur hour for the winter portion Tho fnmlly nlifht buffet itupper tit thn club (or Sun luy WM o«ncelluL * W Alknd Family Dinners in Stinnyudt Thirty m«n uml won ion ward aervad dinner In Sunnyalde doK club on Sunday. Sovetdl largo ffroupH at- lenctad. Including the one In which Mr. and Mr*. Curtl.i Uushi-r onlcr- Uintd for their Springfield Mr and Mm Norman Sniurr. Direct Music Mr. and Mn. C. C. Driving to Wtti Yttajmu Harry W. Miller of Bockwlth W Va., Cftmo Itwt Thumdfty to vlalt hi* TmrontH, Mr and M«, C C. Miller tit 10M Wusl Wood Hlrotil. Mo otvl M* brttthur, Curt Mlllwt, uttonJcd the honiecdmlnc frnmo In Chom- lulgn 8«lurdtty I'.otK young men aro nvimbmjf of Polin Tau Ddli fiatornlty. one) tlt*y pimwtl the WOTkwul at tho Delt hoi wo, Mr. Btiii MM. Miller txpct to lonvo Thimt- oy with thMr won. to dilvo to Berk- wlth ami paw a wtmlc or ton days' with their iton atirt dau(,'htor In law Mid their two nnmll children Decatur Art Class Hat four On /^gram iJoctxtitr Art elrm runt lit the home of Mm. K. W. r'Hppln*or ttetiiKlfty tiftoinoon to hour u proicrhm on tho Voijjll HUnlllotnliim. Mt» Inabello n Mnchnu of tho MlUlhln Oroiik nml tJilln tloputUnont led with u ronornl mrvey of VPIKM'H r1«oo In world history. Oertriidv Alhorlon'.J ro»*l. "Pldo, Quenn o( Hearts" waH r«vl«wert by MM tuny WelMon, »nd Mm. ElUnlioth N. Wills conductnd n Vdrglllnn cuildo on a uposlftl bl- mtllonlurn mnp A rmwioal Intsrpre- Idtloa of the lotroluctlon to thti AonHd wan Klven by Mlnit Dorothy MRS. £. R. BLACK.WOOD Mn. Blackood. u)/io« home a in Linden Plcift t it in charge of all music this winter for Ctrl Reserve gioups of tlu Y. W. C. A, This organnatton torrtspondi to the Boy Scouts, and roaches girls of graJt and High school age. MM. Blackood moved to Decofui in (he spring. Itliovl U. I, II, M. K. Muslins t H K i » " i nt 9 1'iltii'KOn',-- I ' l u j u r iTiK.IJnn ililnt -MiHht.iumx tiowcl nt : wltti O ' l i i n n OK Win tli Cltuluii Mr». Hiifih K1nkad« «nt«rtnlnel In her homo Sunday with n dinner for har brother and hid bride, Mr. «n*l Mm, Bay HatdeUI of 9prlngfl«l-J. Th* couple wern married March 8 In Blooming ton und annotmc«rn«nt of th« w*ddlni( WHO mud* In Springfield jtundny by tho brlde'i pnrent«. Mm. H*tfl«U WM Olady* Shumnto. Mr. Hfttttald ti employed by tho Roy*1 Typ»wtltor Co, tn Springfield, Dr. and Mm, V. 1C, Smith of South Cre* *tr«et, who aro traveling m tho Enat, nr« In New Yorh olty Ihls wookend. DOUGL^OUNTY" w. c. T. u. PLANS ANNUAL PROGRAM T08OOLA -- A rwftlnjr of th,« «s ·cutlve cotnuilltei*. DOHKIBH County W«iDAit'« ChrUtlftn Tamporanco Union, WM hold Hatvmlny after noon In Ui« hom« of Mr*. R. W. Ouy in Tu*oo1a. All tho mnmber* of thu bontxl wnre pr«n#nt with one exception. Thh wnn thn firtt meeting of th« eneoiitlvo (trottp ulnce reorg«nl««- Uon of thn county In Aupiat Mr*. McDnlrmln, o( MurJuok, Mr* Henley Evtiraolo, Mnt. rrml Lj'tllok. And Mm. Carl I-on* of N#wm«, Mrs. K, Stanley ttnd Mre. Cnrl Davl» of Vllln nrovo: Mr* Cora Hcob and Mr». 3. B. McCnnn, Ari-otn: and lira A. L. Houk nnd Mrs. M, F. Stacy o( Tutcola comprised tho pxacutlva jtoup Ml»s Lyilla Ouy wun nainod recording adoroinrv, Th« MM mwitlnt wilt be hi Vtlh Orov*. plflce (o b« nnnouncpd later. Plan* tor the ywirt work wera dig. ««iMd. Mr». Hwtley Kvertolii wilt be ·up.rlntend.nt o( the Oo Id Med^l «ontoit »nd MIH* Ouy will have chaff* o( thi college pray*r meet- H n v h n l not\1tos »\urj niKiit thin wuel. In UIUIKI nf A 4 l.'imliiii, r n i i u n r (irrjil. ili.nt nf iliitiiniilintiuiiM (uilofii. mid t u n t l i . at cor JU Ji'im J i n li i^lslml l.y hit wlfti jnul Him urui ilKiiLlilvi In l u u . Mr nnl M I K II ifln I] I,mi 11 MI u t t l c o * Dtioi,. ·nnitl iiy Hiitiilny m t m v l nnd M, y i, H Tiiuxlur.Tlium.1iLy - · einlttilmi woikiini iinot mi. Ii nfti'KUHjii n t J Id. riilOlo In I lltsr H,U')l-il Mi'inlii) 0 nn, Hl,,|i,i inivl d,r V W 0 ) t l l H In I l l l n l . «· |,nil( fn vt 1 1 m l!i I n n uip, nimi imii iii.hun rut uniHttiiuft UUK V t i l L U l i l l , 1C i n l n l h n I I ID l.llt K H I H B 1 Ifp, l i r r sii'iun 7 ID Atlviwii)' toina i« iUJUMlcl.'f l l l l l I . U I til" t l l l l C l l ' l l llltllVDl Tni'ii, l,n .' 0, |i|n[il t fo 1 n u t to rat n u l l M! MiiKlixtt k;0 Utm IVocHi; 0 i)l) IMht tibllilvM tnr Hhul»i»rvi'r flRPW In , lull ,j"iu and viirlum i i i i n v butii knihttl bull W«lnot,)iiy~.i)'«ii nutnvr ( 4S r u lluj 1 tuiitlitu ttumlny nc,},»ot l»n,nm In Otuii.li |iKrlu,n 1 U, nirulnr mld-nsoli « u t i I I P T l t u i M i w -- 7 90. Into imuliaio B. T t', Unlliiwtiim t'irly Mlrlnm Akora, i vlnnr. u M , J", Drown, -- 1'riijTM ·oi'vlci, LMiua nia, (Jlwlr ithinrnnl. nrv icn« i K A MINT uoiHUy- (,lliiHT« purl) nt t M In Stn)- *y rtlili Younu tnnrrlod pnoeli'ii c)(un list* t^ Hi T:30 with Mr. nnd Mm f , J. liur- (0(1. 4) d U r v l f w flnto. ivntmnility-- Pr»n»p nifflim, 1 )D Tliur(M!n/--(nvlnc1bl« an** tnu»t» T M Wltli Mm i r i i i o M Ve»t, 111)1 Mn-rt lUtny-4« 1 i»i. 7 HI (tntuntny-- Mi.n of l.iwnion'* Council to nt*tn oonv»ntto«, Jcllst. mi Uti« liiToitikti, w. (i i 1 u « i i A N n A e . 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M i n n h l i h l L - r i r ^ i in L i l u K Q n in In tho i l i u t d i Olilm t » t H l i n n l i i r l l n i l l ut 7 P in \\ U l l l l i f \^ UI k ( h l H q t l l l l l n ^ til llhT) CUlMH Itlin M nl I 10 II t i l l ' i h l l t l l l II till (,'U' -I to l u l u MI fni n irltitim toiuii l^iUluilii) - J u i l l o t l n ) I n K M n n iflliini, ^ JO U in J u t l l d i u l i H , 10 10 ii in ( O N d t l H . A'litlni n l n j - I l k t h i t i i f r h u r r t i K\'.f w l i i.u tonil tu nutlH III l ( l t r \ ! o w liiirk. C ]J til. (.411) ·W."lii"«rln) -1'Nivur iin-ollnf,' Thin Nilu} -- ^niU^n \i4ii [f uH Ouy {n hununioiii r t n j ' i hiiml, ! JO 1.U I'HKIM S of tint illvlKlun moot nil ilny vtil l i n k nl IIIMII. ivlth M » Cuill tii inly, ii II N» T. '1'htwo wlllioiit cam n i n to tnlcn 1'vthldti pnr nt lt n ni mill will tin mat nt tiio tni) of tlin tlno 'ntunnlny-- W l l l l n i E Worhura all i1«y, Bntunlny-- Cntftdiiitlcnl cln«BO«, ? nml J ST. rAUI.-H MrTHKHAS l h u i n i l u -- Tuiiiiioifl nf Sunilny uchool moiit Ijullfl" of chiitcli hnvo bnznr atirt HimniAKo n.ttfl Tliurwlny. rilduy nnd aat linlii\ III 111 Noitli Wnti.r, filling nltuniwui find niniitiiK -- BdHl«rii itoti o( unitniiiiloniit momhorJ In (i«ron FHIS't ( K t l U T H o F U0» lntjiiilny-- Trillion uhl In nftotnooM. Wuliikwtuy nurvlri', J 10 » v rn K K -- aim ilft v m h o o l ut 1! 1» ovvry tnn[)ny In olil 'hiii Hihnol, lny -- Kiniie thitn-h ii»nioll moon " 11 Iti IJiitbli hoilfln 'I ii,t ,\i,\ vt.|L,T 11 , T hafil |r»pln r s Y 10 IIET'S TALK W E Deem to bo abarlnff our reading with the column throe days. But w« have fnllen upon ft great taany thlniti of In- tereit of lato. For Instance, U)i« that Bloley Suddlcwton vrrltos about "Wlial We Can Learn from Prance " 7o Chicago "Obvibuflly we cun learn from Franco. Hero la a nation which lout, In killed and hope- letmly wounded, two million men in the greatest war In hlstoiy; whose Industrial icgionn, mostly In the North, were ravaged; which was crushed undtr B terrific burden of debts, and waa actually obliged to go bank- lupt for four-fifth* of Iti currency and bonda. And now, beyond a doubt, this country IB th« strongeit In cvety rcsptict of all lie Continental countries, "What la the aecrol? Th,e «x- pliuiatlon la, 1 think, largely to be found fn the chaiacter of the puople 'fhu olraordlnary revlv- nl of franco la due to lie adapt- nblllty to olrcuinalaticcK. ·t "Most count i it a aru content to run In the old gtoovuH, The war bi ought u revolution /of which many people are as yet hardly aware. ?et the old firm tar tie a on in the old way, untLto jtalncd und puzzled that It IN not doing us well aa before. Now tho 1'ronch. traditional lit us they iue, quietly changed aa clrcum. ntances changed; and tho proof ol it In that there Is no unemployment tn Franco-- almoet literally none-- find that France Ii enjoying a period of prosperity which, though on a different acalc, U equal to the pronperlty of the United Status. "When the InduBtrl*] regions In the North were destroyed the FVenoh mlftht have aat down and bewalltHl their lot; they night h»v* proteited Ui»t tnduv- tHM had «lw»yi been In the No+th, and M they were no longer thire, Franc muit u.y ftood- by to II* liwluitrUi. IiutMd they tniwferred th*lr lndu»trl«u to other rtgtahi, They scattered their f*otorlei all over France But WM the North *,buidoned7 Not at all. It w»» Immediately rebuilt with money advanced by the flute. It WM not, howovei, rebuilt on the old Unco, F»e- , tork* had been Inadequate--they were now brought up to date Machinery had been obsolete- it w«» now replaced by modctn raaohlnery. The Noitli flourish od more than ever, "Nothing ID more thMi the post-war tion. The French saw that their conception, though comfortable, did not meet the new requirements. 3o they jtlmply ecrapped their old conceptions, and they now manufacture on the modern scale. They took lessons from tmch men w Henry Ford. The large Industries geek to posit« the tiourcu of their raw material, their factories, and even the IndtutrUlut who purchiiei the machinery W--to put the matter roundly--one and the ««me person. France I* «o highly InduatrlallMd that there are amulgamatlonn and Interlock- Inga and conaolldittloni on what the cconomlKUt call horizontal and vertical linen, Franco'it reconstruction ha* developed regionally, nationally, and finally Internationally." L.H. -- Cutii-u«tli nl tUn«, t Id t n, m,T\li;ii «t ( 3« *- m, ntl'l Hunilll}- W p l t l m r VltKK M1V1 II01H.ST ll«t H A Cuiui)»rttl 11 lit o.ntlmni Ihrnuitli "^^i ^imiln) l l u H i l l 1» In Oil- !ni(u on TuuHiluy iiiul H»\ Uotmr TnIIIIor till sutmltuto tin lilin BT, -- U'mii r l r i l u it I.nilhn nlil muou In sittiliiK \vlih Mm MorrlBon, 1016 nn'it MM 11 1\ mliiuadny-- prmyiii inrvtlniC OLKV1£1.AM ATKMJK MHTHOWST TmiKt*)-- Mlwiloliiry notUilj wlirtttr ioa*t n l t h M t « Sullufn. In »(t(nnoon Vh'ui«litir-- Msn'n Blhtfl uliitw Invltln* numiin oC Fiitrailly I.IHHII to uiuet wltn tlnim y-- Choir rtlilslon, Iddlni »1 wilt h*\n · ''Ciiiiio nnil Hu*" lour. bl«gt in ilia iliiifvli nt : B rlotk ^ inln««lay -- Womtn'a Btlilt c«pt». nil day iowlnt. t"t litok luni-ttton, ui the homo o( Mn lltni Kbfi-hurt, 1«l W«« WiMUl Mm ClnoiL-- F1«)IH. lumliiUnt "on (unit iivliH mil cortuu lurnliriitil Thin Hitflj .1 iidni -- ]lihit!n C ioiiv'iuii,n U* H M u . tdnqudt ilny u ID n In E, it, iiili.ii Ili QLtiln I ' t l i h n -- Mnt Ki Hitter's ttiintUr rliiiM nlll niui t nt thn thin ill Pol uiK I n t u l i nt 1! VI H(tuliiiti ii t o nnkort tn .auia nljunt ( p i l o t k in Mi'W on foiiifott*. H IM'TM I N WKlTl'HiwDl TE1IU K W o i n l n i -- htuil-v tlnua fur wnnidii, I S O , viiTTi Mn t M 'I'lltlin. 401 IVoat Mulll Ui)ilni«nlm -- I ' n i j u r mircllnit 1 10 Flint HU)UQI niumlmt Nm 6 WornTM n ntudjr ilsna nt 9 B. in with Mr«. Wnltor ntifh. u;l West Foinit Tluirailny-- JIffi ]ionii''» clt.ua hmchofn ·with Mm R C iirixnitiiiid, :IB £»,iti Ut-Htltiwn, Ornuu 4 tiiiioU with Mrn tl. If IllBlnucr mi Ithorvlmr V'rtilni-- Gililblt of /i nil is In uhuit.li KimuiiHliim, :-» )0, K i t h tllver UK M Kin) u}--) H E n i n , Mr*, Fnii»tit'« nili- «lun simly i-l DM ui her hums, 14(1 IVfHt Muuon 10 o« n m. ciiouji a, Mia viwor Dnwnln, chitlrmnn. lionid ur Mm Carwln iiin, M» South twin u. :« oo B. m, our 1. Urn C R Miller, thWimnn, nt tho uhurcb. 1:30 o m. Mrs A H. Mill* mission study clans, homo of Mrn, W. J HAltnir, 3)4 Hontli Udwnnl. fOD p, m., (Kris' pin)' group In tho irmnulmn It30 P m. Mis, Wdl* mlnilon )tudr claim In lior 1niTii«, 4(17 l\'8»t Ptmilt Tun«:lni~l Id n tn . t.rollp *, Hrp H rmrlBht BiMncor, chnlrman. in iht church t o t o R. m, Oroup t. «m Pnrkt II Wairuonur. ihiirmnii, homo of Mrs A H Mi)li:l»r. Ill North FalrYliTM. 10 Ot n m , Mrn, H Htiimn'g mlwlon ituity elnii hoinq of MtB t C Mllltr, 100* Woort 1 10 n m, Mrs T T n mlHMlon iitiKly duns In hop tinnm. 1 p ni , "*iiirch Krlioot wnrkem' conforeng*. lionm oc Mrn f w, VJnccot, JS Wont El An rn do MILK BOTTLES CONTAIN $9.08 FOR BABY FEEDING Auditing Committee To Give Detailed Report In December Milk oottlos placed by the Woman'* Council In downtown atorro and restaurant* collected 19,06 l»«t week for the Memorial Milk fund. Thu pcnnlen and nlekles are not dropping In the bottle* a* generously In recent weekn a* they did earlier In the fall and Bummer, The bottle* now collect on an average of 1 10 a week, Because the Memorial Milk fund delivery cost* 13.60 a day now, the commit tec hope* that th« puWlc wtll analat by glvinff KB odd change lo Hie bottlea. An auditing committee for the milk fund -will be named In the next Woman'* Council meeting, and a d* tailed report will be made of the fund In the December session SEWS ON TUESDAY Tlie Women'a Guild of St John'* church, Episcopal, will meet at 10 o'clock Tueadtiy morning, In the par- lali hall The women will pa*i the day sewing. Mrs. H. L. Cameron, /;., and her children. Betty Jem, 5 gear* old. and Htmy Lam- Knee, 3d, jji/io fj nine monlht old, have joined Mr. Cameron in Chicago, lo make' their home. Belly jean formerly attended Durfee school and Grace Methodist Sundajfsschoat, Mr, Cameron is m the radio business. The children'* giandparenlt are Mr. and Mrs. Hemy Smith of Decatur, Charles picket, 8f, of Mattoon and H. L, Cameron. Sr., of Ol»aneco, Mrs, Cameron formerly vas Albetla Smith. CLOYD FAM[L7HA5 DINNER PARTY FOR THREE BIRTHDAYS Mr, and Mra. T. F. C'loyd, 874 Wwt Grand avenue, guve a dinner for 13 members of their fnmlly Sunday, In honor of three birthday anniversaries that come this week. The birth' days went those of Char lea E. Cloyd 24, Goortre Cloyd, 30, and tho tatter* ion, "jnmy Cloyd, 2, There were four generations present, the great-grandfather being Char let Cloyd, aged 81, Ellen Cloyd, «Uter of the two young men, baked/a large angel food cake on which the namoa and date? were arranged with decorative icing. Can' dies lighted the calcc ItiHion Muly olm In hor homo, til , ran \ritt 1 10 t m. Onnic ChlBknni tn thg K-ililuv--! 30 P in, Lwlos nlcl nocl«ty. -- tt tit*. A M. KtnnoK. n«. Wtn 1 SO n m . Trow u Dgy Bcuuti ^rnijiml". "- -«p..^, T ao a m , Ornup 3. Mra U N 1'niElDloii, chairman. In 1)10 chunh. i H o. m, camp Onklyn th th* cftttjch 7 SO r m, OWp t BUT swouti In Ihn nut" J ao c ni Mla-wct-k »orvk« ii. riinv. j in p m , MrB fin,, mfln . ( , Tii»col» mttnlon of »»« W, C. T. U. plan to motor W VtlU Orovo Thuwday ovtning to ottand he opsn meetlnt of tli* Villa Orov* w. C. T. U,.'»l which Rev. Sidney Outhrl« of Urbu* "Ml b« h« epMker^ With llihtlng effected through « new reneotor *y»tem a film o( the interior cf the lu'nv during nn oper- ·tlon WM takin recently In Charlt* botplUl. Berlin, Germany, by Or gftbtrt Th« film KMld to ·how d*UU* of tb* FREE Baking Demonstration All Day -- Monday and Tuesday October 20 and 21 250--Sample Sacks of Flour--250 50--Angel Food Cakes--50 TO BE GIVEN AWAY Under Auspices of Soothsayer Flour Co. Illinois Power Light Corp. 124 South Water St. 1 KEEP YOUR VISION GOOD Mir Ha SaLt of your lltatth, .U4ftlliK.il {m( SiicMJt, Cinimtl A. A. N E I S L E R . a* Unn * CORN PAINS STOP QUICK! Corn* and CallouKiw Come Off Eauy wlth_KWIM)-C01W Use END-O-COHN" lon%ht and tomorrow morning-- the pain will all b« gone--In a few duya you won't havo any more corn or calloue troubles, Don't suffer a minute longer Get END-O-CORN NOW. It kills the pain and end* the corn an re. Every drugfrlst sells END-O-CORN. It Is worth WO bu( only cost* fifty cents. Get a jar TODAY and GET RID of your corns. The New Way Doctors Use For Fat A Simple Gland Food Modern doctors no longer ailviie itarva* uon diet to the over-fit. Nor drug* w attack the fat. Sdcnce haa found tnat a Bwtcauje of exmi fat lie. In a weakened gland., Thiii cornea a scant supply of a wctctwn whichi larger/ contrail nutrition* Too much food gcei to ht, too little to fuel and tntrgy, Dotxon the world orer now mpply that htk, with the vatjr factor lon« enVptoytd inMarmoIanreicriptiontthleta. MartnoU u prtpated by a fammia medical laboratory, t* tupply the n|ht ractoii at a low COM ID all may have Ate b*n*n t. P«ople have lutd i t for 24 yeara-- nuUioni of boxe, of it. Iter* have toid others the routti, and muttitudu hav* tbua attained the normal fi|urci all de . No secteii atout it. A book in each box why it a«i, Aa the poundi go, there ttZfiS^Zt" 1 *' Marmola coita oaly %\ a box at your 10 many folki around ym, hav* --j.~i'- 1 P( "A ^^ *«*' ot "«» *·» n«i thi* help. Go itait today. MARMOLA PRESCRIPTION TABLETS Three Bottles Helped Her "I cannot praise your good medicine enough. After my baby came I was rundown. I had to go to bed often through the day. I took three bottles of Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I felt like a different woman, If any other mother has those tired feeling* like 1 had, 1 advise her to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound."--Mn, Harold 36 Caw Street, Fitcnv burg, Massacnuteai. " ' lydia E, Postpone Night Wiener Roast Of CD. of A. Tuesday Evening Social Meeting Put Off Until Later The regular ioclal meetlBf for the Catholic Daughter* of Arn«r|ea, which wan to have been a wiener FOMI on Tuesday evening, ha* teen pofttponed Indefinitely. The chanfc It made because the ro*»t would hav* confllctud with the eonctuvlon of the 40 hour* devotion In St. June* Cath otic church, Tuewlay «venlnr A new d«te for the wl«ner roait will b* named noon -e- K, of C. Women's Party Wednesday The KnlKhta of Columbu* club will have one of lu regular partlui In K. of C hall at 3:30 o'clock Wedne*d*y afternoon. Mr*. Jo* Schoenle wttt b* chairman of the committee, which con«l*t* of Mr*. John Halpln, Mr*. Fred Schwi- lei and Mr*. Arthur Shook. A new "rtnfl* point" *yil«ni of elaaoi^lnc tinferprlnU hu been Invested, DAT-SaUL-EE CUB MEETS ON TUESDAY Dftt-M-lftl-M «lub Will BUtt M 4. TttWU la t hom* " ( Luur, H2 Weit Oru4 .y« w . u^ mok AU» win .,,..* « -The Jr of Our SUU" MM) Hn, John ii,,? U (oin« to uil kbout Indlt, n» wommi will WMW*r th« Oct«b«r KD cull by DMnlnf t^elr hvorlU )»%, A f«olOfk»l nup of being undftrUhen. Th« vhi« on NEW LOCATION III! BMt Frame An. HMM «w Ovtr MatHn'i Jtntlty |(« t SpMM'af Oc/oitr /ri«i i TJppftr P L A T E S ITS Plate*, Ucaudful Tnn tn ACOMTE PL*TBS IURUIM- PrlM |lt». New IN Twrth aewicd ........... u CLEANERS^ I"*ARK KJEFKATma TBB BAKE OPECIAL TIIU WKKH WITH ANY OLKANED AND PRESSED FOR WE WUX CLEAN AND PRESS ANY MAN'S SUIT OR O'COAT ANY LADY'S SUIT OR COAT FOR AN ADDITIONAL PHONE 8100 "He Original Dollar Cleantrt" OPEN TOt i r K, And now-- A H»w, lMtr*vM» DIIU ·Ml Better jflmericanBeauty automate electric kon AdlMtabb-- AvtMWtl* Set the control for any kind of ironing-- light, medium or h«»Ty--theri the thermoittt «uto* m*tie*ll7 keep* (he iron *t * constant, even temperature. No ilterntte heating »nA cooling, U ii «lw»ji juit exactly right, TlMntoMwtfetrlrM MM tbUt Dp not kt anothtr ironinf daj come around without having one of thew marvelous iron. Will U*t for many yean-- nerhapi a lifetime, Cotti a little more at fiitt but much In* in the long run. Don't otlaj; get joun loday) WtwtU««c«pt old Iron M part paymmt* QP Here's our olifcr in n initshclt: 1^ * Bring in your old iron--no matter what 1/OWB kind it is-tnd we'll allow you $1,00 for it as part payment toward the purchaM tl AA P r ' ce of * brand new "American Beauty" f l.UU automatic electric iron. » Then you pay tlt« balance at the «l* month, of $1,00 per month. Or i( you wish to keep your old iron $1.00 for an extra we will sell you one of for TOW tnM splendid new up-to-date ironi 11*. for only 9Sc down payment, tlien $1XW wd irOB ner month. Illinois Power Light Corporation or Any M«nbe* of Electric League of Decatur DBOATITB ELECTBIO CO, HKX BLBCTMO CO, t*T M MX hi i«(. rilnttn, faery Pa VantsH $e An Try Force Angelo ; By chlldr man and ml»toke U» iteln the falthf DM t»v«ring «plrl |l food, every- t h » t i* · placed the chU- And etUl turn ailde . There I* ui In- f«lt tow that j * « r « * « t h a t ·aeh ahall «ow ind r»»P hi* own Urvwt. There b now to do Ii th* tMit of teach Hlbtened parent* Into the wul of i fnitructlm, care, unit** th* child i ur att the anxlet Wlttt of Ihi JM our train inj UMlmT Are we £ ltt»1 There IB ft who have been bi irteetlve. This KT n«d Into epoclal colonl**, wid k«p ibOW Indlcatlona Kelt ffuldnce. or, no iuch power, end, The great grot rormnt healthy, We cn guide ui nteh a w»y »· tc deep dealt*, the food, to be fine BhowT The b*« way t ·hat one would bt. That ts whei W* would tench acltlah, ond we g( th* last ounce of rtalm »a ours W. honcat and dnily »vtde, color the i would hav* then Wt, In their pro worker and adoi Uter whoso fam wht) riches and cue way and live Don't i We cannot teac new by force. W wkdom through cot Rive htm kn not give htm po' Old A ntngle cub murt desire to )· thait doalrc by t tevely. We can i lire Rrae« nnd r ef eplrtt by show BWrt of thwtc ch qwn dally live? HERALD rot «Mrt , geo ioU4 color _ thta a b« obuiti / ?J »^ M, 40 an. *l »»rdi of »· «»r» to itei «ftd tot our ·"S^T

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