TTednesday, June SO, 1943. PAGE ELEVEN THE DECATUR REVIEW OAKY DOAKS By'R. B. FULLER 7:45 8.00 8 15 8:30 8:45 9:00 9:15 9:25 9:32 9:35 9:40 9:45 lOiOO 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 jj .C.'-j--, ,,r Y 'TTr)' G-GOSH IT ISN'T 1 Lf HAW SA AlUT GOJn'A be MOUGAK1A WAWTS TO SEE lliV l-l50- CRICKET .TO SHOOT ?Mt SHOT-YET LOOKS "YOU ALONE ITlS THE LAST l lj '""" BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG SUPPER'S READY.' I - f I - pA6O0?'i'" Z -r EVERYBODY Kl 1 YOUVE r- DICKIE DARE By COULTON WAUGH THIS WHOLE ICE FHH IS I Ip? A HUNK O' ICB WOULP 1 I SS? 7H' IPSA, WAGS? ( WOW ! BREAKIH' UP, WAGS.' SOY, M PUNCH RIGHT THROUGH HERE COMES A HUNK J I I r CAN'T EVEH 1 WHENIESE CRACKS Meat Control Group Formed In Effingham Effingham (Staff) J Bliss E. Loy, Effingham, has been appointed chairman of the War Meat committee of Effingham county, according to Eldred M. Kichars. chairman of the Effingham County War board. This new committee is similar to others set up throughout Illinois to handle the war meat program administered jointly by the county-war boards and the food distribution administration. Other members appointed to the committee include Albert F. White, Dieter-ich, livestock producer; Harry Tolch. Effingham, meat retailer; L. E. Webster. Effingham veterinarian: Harold Dodge, member of the Effingham OPA price and rationing board, and Miles E. Mills, Effingham county superintendent of schools. The new war meat committee will assume leadership and responsibility for the meat programs in Effingham county. Immediate problems facing the committee include the routing of livestock slaughter into normal commercial channels. This committee was organized June 23 at the soil conservation office in Effingham with J. P. Woods, former area supervisor and Frank C. Coclsen, newly appointed peals to be presented to the new meat committee, will be received at the Soil Conservation office, 122 South Fourth street, Effingham. Warrensburg Masonic Lodge Instals Officers Warrensburg (Staff) The following officers have been installed in the Warrensburg Masonic lodge; Nathan J. Brown, worshipful master; Theodore R. Brown, senior warden; Loren G. Watkins, junior warden; Joseph Tucker, treasurer: Frank E. Binkley, secretary; John P. Lehn, chaplain; Clark D. Butts, senior deacon; Rus-sel B. Lehn, junior deacon: Irvin H. Schroeder. senior steward; Forrest Alexander, junior steward; Kenneth D u n m i r e ; marshal; George C. Good, tyler. The installing officers were Baxter B. Brown and Carroll E. Botts. 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News CBS WSOY Just About Game Time WSOY Baseball WGN Baseball WETNR Club Matinee WBBM Home Front Reporter WSOY Are You a Genius WSOY Richard Himber Orchestra-CBS Oilman Burned At Effingham Effingham (Staff) William R. Dust, Effingham, owner of the Wabash Independent Oil Co. of Effingham, received burns about his face and both arms. Sunday, when a transport truck exploded at a substation of the Wabash Independent Oil Co. at Nor-ri's City. Mr. Dust's right arm is severely burned from the tips of his fingers to the elbow. Mr. Dust had driven his transport truck, loaded with gasoline from Effingham to the Norris City substation. As he started to unload the gasoline int" the large storage tank, a spark from an electric switch operating a gasoline motor pump, ignited the gas fumes caused by the extreme hot weather. Mr. Dust ran from the building just as the truck exploded. The storage tanks and building caught on fire which are a complete loss. Tuesday evening. Mr. Dust estimated his loss at $20,000, not including the storage tanks. He stated that Monday evening the gasoline was still boiling in the storage tanks and the damage would not be known for several days. Mr. Dust received first aid treatment in Norris City and was then brought to St. Anthony's hospital, Effingham. He has been released from the hospital and is now at his home on North Willow street. Effingham Doctor Receives Commission Effingham (Staff) Dr. Stephen J. Hansen. Effingham, has received the commission of lieutenant iji the United States naval reserve medicjl corps and will report for duty at Camp Perry. Williamsburg. Pa., some time in July. Lieutenant Hansen, who is a graduate of the University of Illinois school of medicine at Chicago, has been practising in Effingham for the past seven years. Dr. Hansen has given up his practise this week but his office, in charge of his secretary, will be open to July 31 to take care of accounts. 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