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\ UECATUR HERALD THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 23, 1930. HERALD William Heyne Directs Walther ~ League Choir in Broadcast on Columbia Chain This Evening Kvunlntt Junior, a domestic nidi with Aline Berry and PC lev Ulxou, will ut hoiird over WJK. (l;W-- l*Uilwl([ Lfturloi-'n Blnolc ant) OflW Room orchoatm comeg ovo WOt;, WHO nwl KUu. 4;3tt-Th« Miiwutogcil orchortitt in an houv'H lnnc« ituwlc may tn t' heard over WFBM And KSCJ. »:M-- Undo Abo nncl DuvM give » rural sketch' over WKNU i m KSU #100-- AHIOH 'n 1 Andy rnny be tuni-d In (i,'i.r KDKA or WRU. In tho Mtdwock Hymn (Ing ft nilxt-ii (juititot contilHtlnft of Muriel Suv n«o. noiniino; Holcn Jtinke, con I ratio; nichurd Maxwoll, tonoi and Arthur Billing Hunt. DitH tono find dU-trtor. prenuntH ft ln gram of rollKlou* nitmbtir^ over WICO, WOC ami WHO. ·:lft--!Hfjilfni In Svvutilxh Ulnlect, innl son^H vdlh mitnduluUt ttucoiupnnl- 1 mont, will bo pr»!»et»lml by DwlRtii I* Hi urn, Wiur)i Curlovon nnd Ouy Hohunfti tivcc l^DKA, tUJlli -Wtlllani Daly'a or'h(i»ttn win play nntl a dramftlle sketch. "Now Yoil; MlftlO," will be given ovci W(iV, Coon iittniliiin 1 Nlghthuwkn brow I -fwt over WON. nrndv.''^ orchii-lin, Rrnd , Al I t w c l j n mill Irene Jiot.-ilpy cntott»»ln ov«r KMOM. 7:W Utidy Vrilloc and hln t i n ; tlio C'uvtilliHN, mulu qmirh-t ftnil (Jt-iiiiiini AJcNamcc, tnny he tuncl hi on WON, Ally )fn, On«nr K. C'atlHtumi will ninlM n polltU-iil npueeh over KVVV 1:15 Slavic Oy|i*y nnntk- will lio fctitiucd by Kmnry Dditseh'H on li- I mini In rt broftilen*t fiom WMAl) ntul HF1CV fl;B» "Alwiiinnri- « [Wtlniti Hand" onf o( Itvinft nnrlln'ft (lr«t hlt«. will bo revolt by Wlllnrd Itobin- (Kin's orchestra In a br(i«d(-(i»l ovu Wt.' /, KYW, KWK and VVJK. HiltH A i m i ' s r u n lit vtnlclv will ti illtr (od bv l-liiKPn" Onntindy m \ v \ : f : WTAM find WIRO, {· '-"(I WON orcheBU'tn dlrctt d liy Mnx linndlx. Ollvo Jinn j,nr " - - (mil Liin-n IK-I- i'n Ifrri' , It i l l ! u b,,».lcmr, n i t I m l iifi-il ():l)(i Vuthrrnli I.ayrnlsn'H l o a n 1 1 ' d l n - i l n d \v lr. Wnlfr A, Mali i o - i - i VVOWO, WI'.HM. KMOX hlid ,. n e t n U n o f thft - eimiwher* In thl* li:IM) -MllP. Modltitr," a comic opt-in hy Victor Ili-rhert, will bo prt'«oiit- ed n-mr KDKA (ind KWK, Nu'c Shllkrttl'n orchcutro may In- hcitd nvff WW.I, W9AT. KMH WOW (it KVW. B;!W cinra. Ijti V Km mflv br- hnnul over WON, rifnnl* O. nownrd, odltor of the N*w York ICvonlntf World and ki-v- n ic iipiiiilicr In tho Dt'iiiDuniili N«l uvtl convu ..... -n of W, v 111 8;»'tik In t ho reiriArr)il1u Haiilu rnlly ovor K«CJ. KMBC nnt WWN Mr. HoWflitt tulk will bo Uie flnid In thn uoi'lOK d'Or On-lK^dn nifiv bo .vcr WOC, WHO, Ksn or VfOV,'. Thl« iivnKi'uni tf will bu hen id ovor KDKA nii'l WREN! J, Overture to "Mnrlhd," Thin program of slumber music by Lull win Lmiilor's cimeriible will in hoard over KPKA tind WRKN 1 'Htrliin ti 'Miiiilin' . M ..... M 3. Mniiipi. in. in 'MI. i. m ii tn i: ri» i · . . . . . . . . . . a w n * I, I'ujiii Aninitiii f i mil ' ''ini-pit Mrirni · 1!. i . l i i l 4. M l l ' l l , I 11 ...... l l I: K 4 I , S , H 1 *. M n l n i ; ..... n, (nun ··tlniilnlll ' Mml.ii««n «. MllnlHt ....................... I'Mi.il 1, All \Vlol ................. U(Hln»il.v i'» It.'Kli'-B ............... Kralm. Amo* 'n' Andy nifty he hnnid ·vei KYW n n d V V M AQ. Priiluy M«mlii|f R:»0~Nut »ru»lloff'* «ovilty orchfic trtv nmy be heard ovui- KMOX or KSCJ. (:!(*. Tlw otory of Fthnn Allnu will bo Ibd b««l» of tho Natlnmtl Rntlln ^fo^n«-nln.kll(·l*' iifogrnm this nioni ln« over WBRM. 0;S« lldtty Crockt-r will tell how the plobiun pnfinul. whnn Hltlllfully uncd. unit contribute lo i hwt(""i' populnrlty, In n talk avvr WHO, WOO and Kf KX. ·ifld-non toll* TMly tbn luiporhincc Cf dilor DcUwiM In lunklnB n bud loom rrMfnl In their irttcubir int- Krntu ovrr WRIIM. KMOX find KOI I , . lllitill lli'iiin Cliiii!., Iji'iiiilj i-^in-it will be li i'n ixl \n ft talk mi "Coin uv*r WUHM, KMOX tuu ln:INI -Walttu' l«ninwch I hit tnt; directs tho *Uidy (.( Ihu od Instrument* and "Motion In Jitu nil-' In the third NUC mimic upinc clnilon hour, Ths piotjrani conio ever WENB. WIBO, K8D. KWK WOC, WHO ami WOW. Progvnm tor "Soilcn A" titilnsnd In ' 1 "('HI W H l u . "Tin imttdc; for »S«rlf»fl" motion In U:U-M« Bnll«y Allen will descrtl, m*twy rtow and wltrhev doiwlt nuw Tor "Your Halloween Vaily, In a hotn*-makc»rs talk ov., , or KMBC. UiW-Tha AintchttlJ fr-y Ludlow. vtoll L«ott. pl«nl«t. and WllHum numtor, wMl bThMrd in » WJBL PROGRAMS 'I'illKi TIIIK-II -- ·(' Will jflil OIL'IIII Hl'l'lllll iiHI-- Mcli'vivd tli'UiKlluif t l H ^ X . x l i l tl""ll Mini. lfl»-- flt'ttv .Mi'NntliPHii .tin il(l Mu I'okc i l i l -- l ' I K I n l i t liM.M'il 'I'i'liiH'. :III-- A l i ' l n l i l a I'uu-ic. I'lunu A l l w Tu|n U l t l . VUIUK tl.l-XIIln mill Wlilni', l l t n r l i f i K O , t,'H I , inn » H i i u i w H K i M U it,49~[;ul|li unit ltuly. · l f l ' Hny\ri Jiroitinn Iliinjo IJHD. Btitn »lW-.||o««!'linhl i hilt- llll'MI -IViTinim 'Lull. ll)::il) -i 1. i I.. I I: ...... Ill , HIM N, «*,,[- t i n , o I I I B . in, li" n i i i i ^ l i n i i n j I J lt) -J Illlll 11:1111 l'!i;IO l . i l i g i In mi M n i n Mllfllr ( · m i l k H l i l l l l i . I'lHIli' MI M i l 111, ,,', N,n,.| N . l i l l U 1:1,1 «!ii;u n(( ovw KYW, USD, WHO, unit WOW. WOC. II:MII KitK'ii' Mtirlditiui. nsulxUnl lo thi clmlriiinn u( Hip Kcdernl F'uvm hum (I, will Hunuiitu 110 tho most Inv |)ortnnt uptlons of tho current wnok In the Ntitloiml Farm nnd Homo hour hroadcnst over KYW, WHO. WOW, KWIC and WOC, H:;ill An hmir'n tl/mcf nui.ik 1 will he (tlviti hy thft Mtmhnttnn Townm or hcitiu over KSCJ nml KMHC, I'itM Moto ilmwe tuudlc, by Harry Tuvltpf's nioltwMrii, ovtr WXYH 1:J!(» A d f l u VtiHil. supruno, nnd W)l Iliuu Htiln. tcntir; tuny bu hmul by rllullnf: KMOX, KsSCJ or WXYi!. l:llfl !·[« i In ii lluilii'll, manler MKLII film, will Inlk ()C the myatorles of nuiKli' owr WfSN. t::il) Tim A t u n i k H U Svlioul of tl\o ftlr will tin hrmulriiiit over KSCJ, KKW find WX.YZ. l!:l)i» Lliuprn liciitrh'a Columbia Sd- l'n OK-IK iti.i nmv be hcurd ovor KSCJ. KMBC or WXYH 3!l)0"-N;it Brusllnff'a Thirty Minute Men may bo heard over KMOX. KSCI or KMBC. J;lil» ,io«ph n«rnll('n orchestra will bo hctinl in t h i P i K l t l c Feature hour ovur VVLW, WMC. and KtW, ):Jt(l (Jeni.i from lUflU opnrit wl!) be hroudctiil hy Uliunnon CuillnBi'"a c-u'hCiitrii nnd Miule Goiurd, soprftiio: Holcn Nuytnt, oontrulto: Karl ftiltiier, tetioi; uod Oiiinu Cnl- dci, harllani'. The prourntn \x offur- tul Uy KMOX, KSCM, nnd KMliC. Th(' vi'f'r-'l' 1 '!' 1 Itiolucles: , Hi In l| 111 l l n i i l -|'l|i. J ' l n k | ,,,(, · (,'ui)!l M l l l l . ( , , ' I I . H | 1111,1 ( I t , I I I 1[UI 1 fjiuiFb.1 '"llni ,Miin ' rinni 'Kciti Ttn" .Ilu lu Llurtiiii, l l f l r n NiiKi'iit.'il'ili'l'Tl'iliHOr · i'ii*i | ' font Him r n n i i . ) ' d n m :1 i:r- Mi.rln ( I ' l H l i i ntlil i [iiiLii i n l i l M 'il( lillil u l l t t t l H ; I,. Ki'iiil "( llic I1r.ll. · I ' l i l i i n n i t N n r n i i i i H l i . , . I ' l m n i m i l t i i l[r-lr,|i tiw M Illllt O n i l l t H IhtintiiK/'. I'lr/lrlilii f "njli-lH" ]i!i!ift on t i i ' » l i i i 1 Vfll.it uiln "t'Rttd il ( I I I - fl.iHl" f t l i l l l I' III t'llll ll 1 *..il'i l l l n l ( I n . I l l ' ' U i i l l ' l l i n l C»ltie In M. t l i n l l l . * f l L i l t l "Ili-llt. ..( iUnl f u l l ' , 'Jill J i l l [ll'U'll MIKI Itl mill limit N.I ' ' i i i i i i t n jhir.ii fi,,m '1'iin,'.^ I'm" 11,'llH'lt On I n n t r l l :W)--,\n lioitr'ji ilunco miiMlo will h« 'forcd hy Jtinsicn ftofbruti's orch -ilni (, V (u KMOX, KSCJ ami KWrif. l::l() Tdli'i Tifim the tlaya whrn tho wurld wtiM youns will l« told hy thu HoohhoiiBo Woiymnn over WXYSi 4!l)S--Stork market and agricultural reports are offered over WJZ. « l,nlhmn Choir on Air Wlllliitii H Iteyne, HOH of Rev. Wll liini ttcyno, who IVIIH for many yonn ii-iUir of Ht Jdhnnnci Lutheinn liurrh In necnUir, will dlrott tho -riipnlln cholt of tho "Wftlthor loague ( 9t. Loulu In n broadcast over tho Ctiluinbln network from 9 to B:30 'ulock thin uvonlnif. Tho progrtom, A MiKht/ foitrcnn It Our cltul Aim tin tuthor Fnlir Chnllila Hill lili.nljlntlMU Clmil inulul, J t M i i . 1'iJc^Un^ 'rr^uHtiifi , . . .Unr-l Nt.w All Ihu Wt.o.lt nil Hl.H'PIILK-- KiLinoi.liitlk.il l.y Unrt Tim Wnfit if (.Ml (lfl«B 'I'lio MiirtihiK si I it , i Inn nl lv Mill, M.'nlnl. l u l l , 1 . Al I IU1I9 llH-Ilt III' li' Mll.h. (lirlNllnmrn TliHiuillftil JHnvlni ,, *', [i,Htirt Dir^tlnnjiti A.I ill TM« [Jr. \Vallnr A. Mnlnr A Ml^tit^ l, b ,hilifHi IK our tloil Tho Ltilhi-run Hour, which romra 'rom (i different city each week, IH pontiored hy the Lutheran Uiymen's ot tho MIsHour) Synod of tho chiurh. Radio Dealers* A dependable guide by Witch (a Vv Radio Kb and service. CLARION RADIO "3pw«» for Itwll." Easy Pay. rniinin. fioll oxLlimlvolji tit H. S. Gebhart Co, PH1LCO RADIO Oman* fmin tn* cDiiivl"i tin* il - L -) »PI";litlHh.u Iti I'hDco nrlimlyol To Go On Air William Tt. Hcyno, son of Rev, Willinm Hoyno. of Docalur, director of tho Wulthor loasno A CtipMla eholr of St. Loulu, who will sting on thn Lutheran jwtir to ho broBJcusl TliurNday evening from 0 to 0:30 o'clock, Contra! tliuo. Thin progiam will emanate front KMOX, nnd may nlso bo tuned inow WOWO, WBBM and K01L, ESCAPED PRISONER WILL BE RETURNED lroptiriitlonii wero mado Wednos- rluy to i-etvirn Glenn Pntterson, ca- ^ipttd convict, to Docutur from Miler county, Mo, Paltcison, who wna convletcd In Junii of a cur lhr[t, escaped from i Mucon county deputy a few mln- utott after the voidlct of thn Jury wast rond. ] lu Intei- waa «a]turert In .natia City and tins hoon held in Her county, where a charge of forgery WIIM hHtl uKalnut him. iomeless Couple Asks for Niglit's Lodging A yourifv couple who "havo been nndi-ilnt! over five Httitew sineo tholr manlajrc In Roclttord, Sepl. 3, applied to the Snlvtitlon A.rtuy Wed- nosclay for n place tr sleep. Thuy KIIVP tlicli mtnics IIH Mr. mid Mia. Jeff Kop'slna unil auld llwy arc homelyn. Jeff \a an Ilia wlfo la 31. ISacli wait on Iho loud when they mot In Hockfonl ant! were mnirlod, they »ald In thw seven weclm they liavn been nmriled they Hiild thdy have been In Chlonjro, Detroit, Sooth Bend, Torre Haute, Indiana polls, Cleveland, St. Louis, nnd peorift. They sifild they Intend to go to Don- vor nnd then to Texas, First Baptists to Hear Talk on Passion Play RstcJtc Spencer will speak to .hi- youiiK 1iC(i|)U''M dc];irlmi'nt of t'lrut (Saj)Ust chuich about tlie PHS- aion Play in Obemmmeigau, In their morning meotlni,' Smidnv Miwii Sjwneer t)nw tho Past.don Piny when aba TVQH abroad during the Huitini^i- All other peiaona who care I ) heur the talk will bu welcome In the mcot- Today's Cross Word Puzzle Th« Holt liw, (tMMlliui Tin nor rim) PIP f in i 1-Taltu,. Ji--Tltmi'ih"" 0 12--Onlnr ot nmi.l- lllll 11II, l l i -- l l l « l t lit ·»!»· . 17-- Iry ivity nf, !l -- A n l l n l i l SI!--- \VuriiHirn i IB tin- :i~M«li,! vnll.l. 57-- H u n i b o i J i M-- ill Inill Jl-- To Kiw 12-- Htluw fi 1.1- I'OWBI JB -- llntiliui. S7-- t. l l*ih HKK*I 3d-- I 'HI I fl( frail, ju-- Thm wliicli In )«uHunt ti-nu M-- Miin'a nli knniiiu IEI --J:MI M. th rttnci-lcnn *«--i;imt ill 1 rltu-, H-tllB.M'FC IKK Ed-- NinvHtiniwi i m t - »«i ri)ill St -- I'lii'HilillllK 1 « 111., IVIlt, ;.: -Huhll.i- 1 · I l l l n I-- RlflO niKl Cull u( o^n. i-- A t r h - n n plnni -- nimnmitl. B-- Mm its, U -- Vnwio] ^ -- ri niLi»iin S-- t' n t t ot n l l l l E ' l t « -- MMliuiil. DOH'N llt-.B.-liflol J 1 -- I ' l l m c - K . ;;^\l| ( i. l . l .ll( ;n--ASf, J l i -- I n t u i t J - - II.' iLllnt SISTER OF DECATUR WOMAN DIES IN OHIO Mr. and Wit-. George ttobb, Mr and Mrs. Frank Bobb and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sly retuincd Wednen day from ColumhuB, O , where ihcy attended funertil service* for MM. Anmnda Cobb, Monday afternoon. Mrs, Cobb died suddenly In Colunv bus last Thursday of heart trouble. Mis. Cobb made frequent visit* hero with her sister, Mm. Anna Bobb, 224 West Cerro Gordo street. She was 77 years old. Congregational Fathers, Sons Have Wiener Roast Forty fathers and sons of the Fuit Congregational church celr' liraled their annual banquet Wednesday night in a niodoi tilzed way by attending a, wiener roast given In Fail-view park. ELECTRIC HEADQUARTERS 117 K, inUlKIK MUSIC CENTER ^Mii « HI- Wrch ·,,·» * Hmt? ft IV Hi- Ill..' F tlraful I'liii.TM Ml\rit»ill»S!l. Him \WrtHr itunii. ..ltiiiir.li. ttinn»ii'-i(iin. , littiramtfit? DECATUR MUSIC SHOP Aladdin INSTANT-LIGHT MANTLE " LAMP k _\bur Home/ with Sunshine/ .Tata by tortmort KgbUng eofr^neen show 'Aladdin Hght next to sunlight in quality. /Abo show it over 4 times aa efficient as old style lamp. Saves oil--saves eyesight. J Brings a modem white light to everyone, ' and actually saves its cost in less than a year. So simple a child can run it. No odor, no noise, no amol;c, no grief of any kind. Absolutely u safe. The ideal home lighting device. tLL , · nihriifl-ihtr ^V *rm*, i. 11 t: -llnj r. I 1, II I,--J. ,V Vlilt the r»t« ortfttt to you toe demmutntian of thl ll,l,.-r, It, iiiitro .mm v, ILL -- , Ti.r,,-- l. en, I-in I Mr A HU.ii, I'H'Kl.I.S, ILL K. W. M.miT, t'AHISA, II,r,-- \, K A, Jdriiiiii'ui, ~ NT , . Dm III «.f.. . c«, 1|,f Itnilllr.v'H II.I --- Aim I'LIVTON, 11,1..-- I ' , .S. Hmiinitiml *: Sim. i id mm. it, i __ M. N. MIHU, ft son. WW'jJTtUt, ll,I,,_I,[iu. - . . , . _ , . Jui IKc. 1IOMM-FI.UI. IU,. .- IWn mutt II ll ll * Ji HI ft. t'li. WiNSriKIJ), ll,|,. _ Wm. llnimc, Km. UOWKADI A, n,r,, - \ilniniiin 4 Sim. , ]tmn. lira*, t,. -- Hwl J, . l- R|i|, r . VJMM1JA, 11,1. I.. Frjr, WIIITB IIKATM. --A. J. H,l, LINN SCRUGGS Exclusive Decatur Dealers H«vn Yon B«jthitpr«d for *n Atoddln Ump* miliniili. iis^Jhil"? "' X 6-. mtfnlr- Null,I - ( l l F i KlKl am naa HKIH Btaa aaa o aaaSn QHD a HCJB a 'JW.3 ' : «@ia ANNOUNCE CAST FOR PLAT Benefit Show to Be Presented Oct. 30, 31 Member)) of th* cnxt which will ,,,'wiant thu comedy, "That Fcrgutmn Family" OH u bunt/It for DwnturM lour credit union*, h»ve bc«n chown by Ffttlw P. W. KteNiter, director of the piny. It will bo glvan Oct. to and 31 (n tho High wchool auditorium, , Members of tho c«»t ar«j MM Von _ j Bur, Joe 'T, BrlnJioetUr, Jo* ephlno Loftus, Frank Orowmwi. !»· ward Brota, Ruth Montagu*, Co)tn Ko«)m«l, C. L. Nolt*, Terew FwUch- lag, and Anthony Oro«wm«n, Rehaaraali will be held · nightly from now until ttw plitv t* r«nJy ftw prcMntatton, Muitc (or th« rtww will bft furnished by the Dtcmtur Coll«B« ot Music. Funds received In the t\\»K\nx ot ths play will he used to pny membership f*iM of tho Dtcalur Wubawlt Credit union, PofUul Credit union. Pliilcv KmploycH Credit, union, ami fit, .Tam«s Pttrlnh Credit union tn Inn recently formed lHlnold Credit Union league. Third" R^By of Week Held in Warrentburg Democratic! can J Id B ten for offlcf In the election of No, 4 spoke In » rnlly Wcdncsdny pvcnlnfr tn U» Warronnburg High school auditorium. A largo crowd attended the rally. The BpciikerM Included Howard Uoylc, eaiiJIdote for rciircncntnlive: Sfcott Wai-nick, cnndldfttc for ahi-rlff, and nthcrH, Tho proposed amendment lo thn Illlnoh consttliillon whereby .taxing methods would be changed wft» dis- cuaacd, on wei* bunking amendment*. Tho Democratic district and county candldateii will RO to Mnron Thursday ovonlmr fora rally there. Tlita will be Ihe fourth rnlly thlit week. TOT RING CAR STOLEN A Ford louring car belonging to Henry Johnson, 124Ii We*t Or«n street, wan stolen Wednesday from )tn parking place west of North Oakland n venue In tho northwest end of town. The cur U painted black and hn* n new top. Sport Dope 96 ATTEND FIRST OT . REUCKHK CUSSO ""gP 6 S?W Olfewd h First Methodist School mtmtwi ttUnilM M« of th« school conduced Wtdnwd in F)r»l MelhQdlM church n, Urummon opcnud til* qn- " Curri-nt Evtnu." nittnbtr ot *rttelM , appeared In the Pwmn nioo fJurln* 'UUt I nil y Mr , . Mark D. McCftlluni and dlttUM.* i* fleinl tjfmoricai, wr-nt « nd movement* that have hM · upon the fornwilon or Knule Rockne, famnug Notr* Dnme fool ha II conch, whorin riidlo prndietlomt of the probable winneis nnd msnt-M of tho lilg football Rinti-n HT betng heoid rc-tulnrly lhl» fntt, Ihln evenitiR will (nrpr.nHl (he out wine of the Pltixbur^h-Nolre Dnrno urn] other gamcit of Salurdny. The pro- Kium will be hcurd nt 8:30 Fti day evening over WnitM. KMOX ami K01U Woman Cuts Fingers When Bread Knife Slips Hfv. tjyij i-itiK oonomMdl j, rlto on "The Chrlftl of Prophecy." Thli i. i» «tudy of Old Twrtftnwni m.i,ri»h thm huvo a backgi-ound N)Mi«MhM lo "The, Oirjfiii»a« H(iry J H y v | n ' I'lciur**)," a. |)dg;jn' wiiltcn by ftft Mr, Parlt Th* women of tin- chuteh will e KujijiiT ouch W.')my!d»y «^ nt fl:)fj o'dofttt. nnvotiontt mri', win bc't:n (it 7-00 ntm clamwtt 7,SO o'clwlt. Friends Honor Former Supenmor on Birthdiy Mr«. T^oron N, Hod«e «ut twr fln- cf her left hand to th" bone \Vfdn*sdny cvenlDK while ullctiiK -i loaf of br*ad. The knife Hllnp' 1 '' Mrfi. HodRfi wn« lak^n to the 1TM- tur und Uacon County honnMt') wbnro (he ci)l» were iwftchod 1111 f 1. Afterwards shfl wn« fih)i- In return to hir home, 2202 North ICJ-j ward street. ^ Dr. George Knapp Named Decatur School Dentist Dr. Otorgo T. Knapp wan uppofnt. ed Dccatur Bchool dentlnt In Hit mcellnjr of the nchool clinic commit* tee Wednesday noon In tho Dterviur ctub. Dr. Knrtpp nucccixj.i Dr, J, J, Griffin who raaUncd *irly this wuclt. Dr. Knnpp will meet hi* flral pn tlrnts tn the school clink next ' n«fiday morning Hrxk«(Ja »t ..._,,, ,,,, i;tinwt.(j on hl« 7inh birthday tut ;i"'nuliiy cvrnfriK whan a jrwup « filf-nds wurpiriscd him In hi* A btithdny puny nn1 ltnn*r cnjoynl Th* frlrndu wiiit H*MO or Mr. iv^'lini«)' itt ihi lime ho wu o-i iho Mficon couniy Ixmrd of mi|»«. vlitirn, ·nw* who Iwlpmt Mt UofHVttf ItiMhdny v .- ·*'!*. T. lileki, J. N, Ow, M H. CJr.il'ty) MfKvoy, W. K. 01 i-)ii. Oli:p y«,n. W. Potl*. fabm i, T^, M. Kh«ti nnd WIIKim h" In nilvtnctd in Mr. Hock(Ll«y remain* In (wd SODAMTV TO Membern of St. lEli*nb«ih'» godtl- Hy will m«*i In ft 'ody in tht homt of Mr*. Csllle Nalofxltl, 10TS Ewt Clny street, Thnrwlny cv»nlnj u I and Friday morning it I In 81 Jnmi^ CmliollcchurcK Adam F. Gebhart . Water BRUNSWICK RADIOS Tht coilmt, el Hanfwd halt wat nut, n of at d«)pn, Tfii't do lu» morfol h (onfolmd in a latt, grtntlal coblntl wllrt trtntH VITH'.fA Combintd fn an* tabtatt It Id* Bmni- witdRadM and th* fomovt tnintwltk fanatKtpt. Modtl St. $4 OC ALL NKES AMI LESS TUBCS D. C. MODELS ALSO AVAIAM.C (Jnlu BKUNSWICK has all these features. The four devices described her* are notmere gadgets intended to attract the Fancy of a fickle public. They are serious, definite Improvements in radio design of such importance that the new Brunswick hat justly been termed, "The Radio of rrwftrfure." · Only Brunswick has all these feo- 1M ONI-MllCTOt. Only trusiwfek HM (In TOD --on* tanirtt to ptrfom *f*rf of Pfit M(. nil dtvtt* ttlitt Hi* ptot* TMARMOMBCMAIUf. ft tttMtr ttfUntmt and tffitlmHr d«t|M* Htovf iiw*rir*tl tkltUi all iwHrifip ptttt f»" and itaimigt mrf tltttHcef Ask your nearest Brunswick dealef to shqw you these features. Atk him to let you aet the "feel" of the Uni-Selector; the new experience of controlling tone in radio reception. Only in this way can you appreciate what Brunswick has brought to radio. *vl*me*tt hmM M a broad, ftrmerippfne ««WMr b*lt *»*· ow,f ttnnr wM Hot iHffing, JtoHew MUtr ·twarl torn* In at nattfy Ik* (am* ptlntt their, as yet, unbuilt models, but when you buy a Brunswick you get them now! MHtt W **D(0, MMAROW AND MCOWI Matan of Mi* WtrM FMWUI *n»iWtt KNOT* NEW YORK--CHICAOO-- TOUOHIO SUMtOMffT OF WMNI* MOt. PNfURIS, IMC. BKUNSWICK ·^v immm fwff* ^n»^ VMttMd wtw, port «t knot at p*»ty, wltt I Mittgrjurt M hmvi 4ott« bet ·x»telRt4. RADIO W WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR: Beck Corbitt Co. Addrem: ltr«t tit, Aidttoy to OTMltnt), St. Loud, Mo t Wl W*M COHmOb ibr *·*»»!*

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