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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1929, Chicago, Illinois THE ENTERPRISE IS A PALATINE BOOSTER NUMBER PALATINE ENTERPRISE M MATTKll 1M.IKOW 'ZEPPELINS OF RAILS' IN SERVICE New North Wentern Lo- comotives Biggest In World The powerful wtnoetiifev arc put intu by.th.'1 hka- Nnrth Western nnlwny coin- Thirty th.....Iwomo- designed in North West- ern luin1 liet-n i.n Until'il tiiiitw mid heavj thr eighty-one tu arrival of ilw HIT tiny titter Plowrr1 the EVANGELICAL WOMEN HOLD BIG MISSION PROGRAM Enjoyable Meeting Proves Officers Are Elected Thi of the Arlington Women's Federation who lirnvitl the Inclement weather Wwl- iM'udiiy afternoon Oct. ttl fully rewarded iheti1 special efforts. Tho eighth regular which itlio Minion proved tu be one of the best In tho hintory of this organisation. It wax held in the churth at 11. The reg- women nnd men. postor. wome. Two very interesting were given in the afternoon two iniiMionurieH on furlough f L .M W ftm locomotive to run out of Both were iMiM-rrd the of the IV. IVS9. The new 11'' as it in will intike ti run between l.'lmw mt'l a pprfonrtwiiw new lirlwern three law lin-nniutivi-s. It will be im tlir I'wm tor train in the world. With thirst in the 4 19.0W Jit one the 1 it'1 fiiitiiif I'xi-idw-t such control Hint it IW-MT for wa- ink it the division und BHW. where the trtiin unxwity. Il run resl- fur a and thirty powrr strength. The it .10 lull that it Wen niwiisnrv put thc bell on the front the here on a deep mellow tone. linvmotivf which tit p tluin the prvm ilnnd-i t'J feet rail M of The boiler 9 in diumeli-r uti'nin Th1' lire 100 fwl witH'ti it'll with W feet on il it u ft. -f North ami 21 longer than the the lurgi'rt passenger eti Kiif. The tfiMH'i wil from India. the tmd of by which wire cheerfully nnd proved tit be A beautiful the Himiu women V was demonst rated an or the followed with mi giving a general the entire work of our field its alttn show- nv tnnny and uettutitul anil an explanation In con- with tie also unxwer- in regard to the work with the hitch Hchool work. unit told the hew genana that the love gifts ot the women of the Kvunitelkal union long. In- the nn.1 the it whf.'l-t. I'rmit cntftnv truck driving whiHit four whi-rtf. tllntn HIP it It hm Iniellve n u-ith llrlOD frctll ItilvtllT CIlKllB' we in Tit.- tcfi'lff hiw walvr eupiicity W.con trillion ami H I't'ul .0 loiw. Tltf with the rxn-p Uvti w fSt'lu-tlvHy on all will mtttie tnitii of thi- ptiulppvd with the now placed en tlttn at the terttinnl nation of the North ot the Albrecht then followed THIEVES ENTER THESAUERMAN ROSELLESTORE H. proprietor of the Snuerman store at Rose has u perfectly good overcoat and a hammer that he would pledged to exchange Tor nearly worth of tobacco and cigarettes that were taken front the storeroom of his Htore sometime- Suturday night or The loss was not discov- ered until Monday mornintt. The men gut nod entrance thru the sec- ond atore room east of the but in spite of using a plunk to bat- ter down the door did not get Into the store itself. The tobacco WHS stored in the 'adjoining room and a heavy door between WUA securely fastened. AH an overcoat und. ham- mer were it Is thought that he was scared away. Thh is not Vui first time Mr. Sauerman has unUirtomed thclves but he hopes it is the last aa they getting rather persist- ent. It id thought that the deed was perperated by an outsider as appearing man was seen about town Saturday night. The sheriff's office is endeavoring to reach the stranger in order that he might be questioned. His license number furnished by people who noticed hint. When Julius of the Economy Cash Row I If roprietor arket at not so much faith us tilnti about the women of he American mUsiori. and the In- Ha women having organized an In- lla federation us part ol Ihe Wo- men's Mm. Leila Samlmann of Bailing- ton presided at tin- organ in the uml the Misses Kmma ami l.ucile Martins gave tt beautiful organ and piano elec- tion. Massenet from business se.vltin fol- lowed. Being the annual reports were presented by the de- partmental presi- dent. 51 J. C. gave a brief ol' Ihr work of her expiring term of office. The following we I'Vcted fin the new term of Marv Oiurx'hvillt'. Mm. Klvnnor Schaer Nurthhrook limtndul and Otwfj- tin1 verm ol Miss former l.unclt en- yed by all ami Barrlng'oi. proved i-fficietit The wtic wllh the Hi' Kventng Seudtin. At Ihe evening Hetuiloti men wen Npecinl giK-Ktit. Mr. Kdgnt president of thc Evangel I- gave u greeting. Theophil Voekn opened the fession with a short organ playing fiom the ntauteM in music. Cloning The closing ol wonderful day was in the Mission 'The Rev. Rookie in This play portrayed the actual enterprise formerly in the honesty of the gen public. When driving into the yard of ti a box of butter containing nearly 50 pounds felt off hht In tjlnce of he continued on his way to the expecting to pick up the butter on his out. The driver of a Buick cur beat him to the box ami J-liuit wii.- uul ii'.w He thut the next time he wauts to give butter he will oiler it to his customers before ullou'ing an out- sider to gel awuy with it. ILLINOIS OCT. 1929 Methodist Auditorium To Close on Thirty-fourth Anniversary of Building B. C. FADDOCK A REAL PALATINE NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION YEAR Next Oct. will be a iiilcstcuie in the history of the Psl- tine Methodist Kpiscopal jwhen tbo present auditorium will The remodeled church edifice will i be used fur services for the last be dedicated near the first of time. Work TTuin AUdltOMUm year. The former basement jeen tranrfornted into a Si school that can even rte used if desired as a small Jt has a stage of no mean she and a seating capacity of sev- eral hundred. The kitchen has bwn oil heat been stalled and the first Wtts 34 years to a ten Oct. the de- dicatory exercises for church edifice familiar tu the present gen- eration were held. W. had fl lnTn- and drawn th plans and this having ss Work on the remodeling of Vhe auditorium will be started A new pipe organ will be installed and otter changes made that wjll improve the although no great change will be made m ar- chitecture. The cost of the improvement will i let June to Jacob one of the trus- Uhe work commenced prompt- since the old which had been thc mllying point for Palatine volunteers fur the Civil had already been sold and removed. _______ The dedication services were at pledges and besides rt of which wcie .which the Ejiworth aad Junior pai last winter. IPAgnrh united and held a praise IDEAL SODA GRILL OPENS SATURDAY M of the Evangelical Synod of North America in the central provinces of by it. tittle oldi ot our Am- oriflnal North Western by EVANGELICAL BROTHERHOOD CONVENTION ON Laymen to Gather at Bloomingdule Next Sunday Tlir Kuinifrlicwl the Arliiiytt'ii direct- awl Mrs. the Conner participating nnii tak- K ing thr at cle will nif-t in invention at Octo- ber 'JT at 'i'.'-'n m. Thv broth- of the fidliiwlng Kvangfl- kill of immfdinte vlnlly are of federa- St. St. At- Una ton Height St. Northbrogk. The cast did full Justin- to their ri'leii. ptuy was cducut- Ing for missions was init wor ntiiwions wes received. t'hrMUn Wvrk With Our Kvmitfulkal Synod hu.t been at work In the central provinces of India ninw 188.1. Since then this mnnti-r has grown to seven main stations with li I s called The teiritory now ntnnned by our church lit hnll as In rite tho state nt In- diana nnd has n pofnijution over two and uiH'-hrtll million the main station or head- SOO west of t V.lcutta uttd over mi Its hut cunnected by rail- way le both. Bn-ausv ot til.' growth uf our work in miners of mill actuall BARRINGTON HOSTS MONDAY INTER CLUBMEET Speakers from Public Ser- vice and Lions Interna- tional Will Be Here The Bar ring ton Lions Club will be hosts to members of the Lions Clubs of Des Arlington. Woodstock and the Mount Prospect Chamber of next Monday evening at an inter-club Lions meeting. Rep- resentatives uf various civic and official bodies in these and other nearby towns will also be invited and it is expected that between 100 tmd 150 persons wilt be present at the meeting which will be held in Catlow's lodge hall on Station street. Cities and villages which been included in the invitation are Arlington Des Mt. Crystal Woodstock and Lake Zurich. There will Be two POTPOURRI Of Souse and Nonsense Potpourri is one of these to readers of the Wai pa- pers. Not the leitsC interesting m Friday's is.suc the it pajce devoted ft bank sultments. Potpourri has gotten so he cait lemember from time lo time the last statement totals and compares gains and losses. Compare the banks in your town and neighbor- ing towns. Read between the Hnfo for that sort of reading tells much. Notice the general healthy tones of the banks as compared with banks in the central and southern patt of the state. If you've skip- ped these you've not got- ten all ymi should out of your sub- scription. it W been slogan in the heights for u few month.s. But Gladys not only has u for which many women she is more rare in her the ability to keep u secret. Were she's been married lo Wilbert Haitinann for six months and no whisper of it in North or South side breezes. Hido't the tears come to your eyes Monday night at the KdiVon Celebration at Deiirlwrn V When Edison rt-enact mi the lighting uf id H v rH r t i f rft K. from the Your the. first bulb 50 years t.go and the Own section of the Public entire countryside became brillianl- Service will talk on the 'X the electrical politan The name of thetfhot up and down out backs. other wha will come from he tried speak and his voice Lions has not been announced. Music and oilier en- tertainmet will round out the pro chocked with emotum. felt the wati'r rush into the eye The President's witty re- lieved the tenseness and gave the The meethijt will begin with a jg-ueMts an opportunity to laugh that nner at 7 o'clock. Greengard's chocking ft-elmg away. Too dinner ____ Grill will be the caterer. KKV. WILLIAM SMITH Builder of Palatine Methodist Cho years ago BOY PATROL TO BE ORGANIZED H ATPALATINE The safety of school now that the schools are getting in- to full is being made UK subject of a ten-day campaign by the automobile department of ihe secretary of Wm. J. Mr. Slratton was 'jnco a und being head Of a group in- vestigators with general highway all over the srrvico lit addresise.s by ntfinlH-rs and 'fc Iti-v. Vf. H. whose son mill diiuKhtor still reside in Pala- prfuchcd at the morning ser- vice. A financial statement was ri'uil by Mr. K. J. secretary uf DH-' Huildifift and a wki-n the direction Local Man Deserves Sup- port in His Latest Business Venture You will all wtmC to stop in aV tlte Ideal Soda Grill Saturday. Be- fore the new fountain customers booths nml othr-t nsturtst were in- it was known as the Wilt lee C'rcmn Parlor. It was purchtis- jd n month ago by tiw. since which time a lot oi' have HVtlvt place. Theie U u IIL-W stoda tne snfety of thc children is giving u new njm this big in- thc service. In each ser of A. Traveller. Miss Hop- kins Hymns 4 and tunes and were tht. f.niKit- irulion. Psalm 84 was the resspunsivo and strip- lure from thu rostrum was W 20. In the F. A. Har- H. presklinjr was in Better Weather Favors Flying Field Opening Although the severe made the new flying fifUl on tlio Kre.l Bradley South Statf road. Mouth Central Arlington look bad for an opening next Sunday as announced in 1hfi Cook County Huruld the rapid ury- ing yesterday revived the spirits of the men of the Peers' f nationals and with reasonably weather between now and next Sun- day af Oct. the program will be carried un achedulcn. A double parachute jump and transfer in the ah- from one f- another will bf.' features ol the afttrnoon's entertaipAient. Thc Flyer's club will support field for the tow t extent uf according Fred V- nuinager -.if tiw but in older tluit tin urcswiil smuli may Inter- that we do not wftener so honor while the men ot our nation. Wfiy nut sWrt a celfbra- tion liky that in our home and in ouv own and Dad mother the liirht that they shwl on our little A war is worth a thousand when they re A flower a basket- liil they cannot enjoy u word ticnv eulogy when their are deaf. let's hear of sume honie Or ict- in while too poor to play market has its ut tons. Stocks may slump billions but it ilocMit ttfftct UN nor does it tuuch the real American prosperity any. stocks the world could jft-t along without despite opinions to the con- trary- President demonstrat- ed sevei-iil times within the week LOUIS W.G ARMS K1LLEDBYAUTO AT CHAMPAIGN Former Palatine Man Is Highly Praised by City Officials tu the ARTHUR WILDHAGEN Oct. formerly of late of 409 East Green street. and a desk sergeant on the Champaign police when Koitig to work Tuesday evening. was struck ait automobile as he alighted front xtreet ear. The rain had obscured vision of the He was taken the Burnham City where it was found that the left side of the cheat was several ribs were and there were scalp wounds. condition was apparently improved but he pusaed awtty un- expectedly at o'clock Thursday morning. The funeral will he Sunday tit at the house and at t o'clock at his church. The entire potke force will attend the funeral as ac- tive honorary pallbearers. Mr. is praised by Chief A. Ktvler sinrt Mayor G. B. Franks for his efficiency and courtesy. rump tu Champaign in ItMti and inined the police forcet becom- ing ilesk sergeant 132G. Hi- was burn in Keb. i8. IMi.i. lie inarrkxi Amanda Vvti- liam iti He leaves his wiie live HarvM. anu 4. Other relatives atv his Mrs. Garms.wf five Henry of Herman. George and. John of three Mrs. DP verm of Palatine uwi Mrs. Lizzie and Mildrea ot Oklahoma. haw bucit new play cases 'i'he biggest is the jwlicy of the store which is branching out UN t delicatessen lunchuun it noon plate dinners arc to he il the ntectu for the the thirsty and a handy place to meet your friends mid en- loy tcfteshmcnts when you come town town. Mess is making u special oi- ler for the day. r'ull sixe fifteen cent sodas and sun- daes will only cost 10 cents that awl there will be other spec- ial no come in und say crease of registered t tlte tune was printed on and the higher speeds permitted on the pruitrum for thc congregation td- to E-' ami were sung in UiC' iifti-rtmoti. A solo was sung bv Trnt. Rufr. Adihi'sses were by Rev. A. Rev. M. H. Mr Ktsher of Klnthursl U the vhuirman the orgunlxntion lly uu- we hnve bwn assigned territory. The tteconil largest amount of Will of tlih'he-m twtiiv will vrved by the vhurvh of lu rwwi. l-t dUtc 0 ami Svhaumburg-tto- Alumni In Another Ingram Play November M nnd 1 Tin- m-t'.r.' jiii'l thr t-linr- who uMinlly t-ike part in the Itignini tliMt iirv annual in lift' tn inlir intensive for the Air.' leal mis-don more schools in it-j tpiritory than aiv to be found in If.....wnbmed fields yf neighboring The sch.Htl cittnmission of the In- lernationnl Misiilonury consisting of college presidents of Kngland and the S. A.. visited in iirrii set-erttl tMid ri'pnrted as li'-ing very ImprcMed our lyiw ot work and the amount mx-omplinhed in uur schools. Manual is now offered nt and auriaillnru at two stations In t-nti-r intensive ua-niirsf vi next the i to work wnt- non-Christians nnd whii-h deelawl be letter and lilwir niuagre allowance or income and ti-ai'liinic tlie Indians how devcl- up their resources and becomtt Hell- Many of our about their church niennier- libcrully ot their time tu work wilt- non-Chdstiuns Evangelicals Hold Inspiring Sunday School Convention The Sunday school Convention of the Kvangelknl church at Luke St. Peter's Rev. E A. was a very help- ful and inspiring one. A large number of Sunday school workers and frit-mis were assembled und all heartily joined in the exercises. The following officers wwe el ecteU for this enduing ftlrs. L Borchard of Nui-thhrook. presi Miss Roue Walhaum of Bar- Mrs. R. Bax nian of ireHSurov. Churowske of tiddrr-swd of thc work of Sunday school teacher as a necessary a hard work but a glorioas work Then the convention formed groups PcterV discussions. Thc memlwrs Lake hmi their church beuutifully for tfie occamon and served u fine lunch- con during the good fellowship- hour. Eleven attonded St. Paul's school of from their own 500 t'lub Meets 500 met Wcditwduy ev- ening with Mr. and Mrs. K. Kincaid l.ii' tin- nt'C'.riil m.Tting its or- gan i wit i oh. The ure Mr. and Mrs. Arthur St Mr. nnd investigator Wurren Wright lias written to the local such as J. of Har- who in charge of in- vestigation work in to visit the............... ...___ and confer with the 'anliphonal rending. Mr. _... American legion and other civic I president of the ot ______ northern Cookljn by school Muthori- J. Vf. Ps and alm was the to work out ways of cdticut- 1 at vlie clone of the servicti ing both children and motorists m j made the prcncntatioii. and were the hymn tunes used of and for enforcing alt existing safeguards. These investigate i a are hi vested with the authority of state high- way but instead of having regular they are free and are representatives of the Sec- retary of States in a general civil- way as to the automobile division. Mr. Geddis' superior is Mr. Bthvaril J. of who is in charge of northern Illinois. Mr. Cieddis1 telephone number is m case lie is wanted be as is tiltiiitately c-tnti tr.- it is desired TO enlist co- operation and support of th that he K human. he crack- ed jokes at the then he sat down at a radio to listen to u from He was in- formed that he WHS wanted at the Feared Machine but Found Palatine Hospitable Thursday evening a ap- parently suffering from a break appeared at the home of Wm. A. Daniel looking for intimate friend and -Tell him I'm He sat I hi. thru the whole frame of the world I some place to spend the offered hint a series histend of leaving at tho eiv of the third inning ns presidents usually und finally when the dentistif convention at Washington listurbuil his talk with MacDonald UTfl ft Jf VM W --n Utl-l. M I 4T1 L I civic and financial forces of ihe hurriedly went out shook hands the village. jwith Ihe dentUls ami left. This last act ditl not endear him The future commercial luipert- ance of nn airport for a munici- pality when rightly is with the officers of the dentists who could rot gel near nor tn Uio Miss Ml -w Y 1 sang I'resid- Kl'lcr tlardin preached the ev- ening A closing state- ment for tfu1 was given by Mr. The roster uf church officers j interest many on a case. Picking up false license one of the chief duties of thr this old alint' The board of stnw- s of Mr. A. Mrs. E. M. Mrs. Lena .1. Mrs. Ber- ihn Charles Mrs. L. Miss V. A. Lambert and Adclli' Smith. James 4 _____ T in state are being recovered. lioanl of Irujsteos were J. Fil- trul movement successful in not only a safety W'l teaching reliance on the part of patrol officers and nbediunc'' to t.Vli- t'lan Basketball Mr. and his buys ing forwHiil whiuli they liope to us soon lh'' superintend J. L. i Myrtle bound to be in the op- j ivith the ol others who in ion of those who have looked into wanted lo shake his hand. But it the subject. dirt s.'iow tiiat he is There's a new religion founded by Charles Potter called There's about as much gum in human ism as there is in the Racketeer business. Not that there is any basis for compar- ison. But iitillier believes in find. The only in humanism is man. The only God in racketeering is money. Religion without a God as possible as eyesight in a laii'l of perpetual darkness ot ears in a world without sound. Not all the is money mad. Uerbett received from u man lie rescued long ago. reporters hounded him lie that aim goin' to help my business any. It' find out I'm I am They'll give my trade to iny civ- will be a Ranger with a re- Pye collects garoaxre jii I'orl- tuil price of It is one of the llund. llnest bicycles manufactured and i comes fully equipped. The Booster I one sugKtsts that in tjio club is cooiwi-uting in this matter days to tu-st the marriage life of in recognition to the scout move- cuujtle. you were uiged to see meiii. at breakfast. Sow il fthem as partners at bridge. Forest Viexv Club Grand Opening is Tomorrow Nighll Banquet and Dance BOY SCOUTS TO SPONSOR MOVIE ON WEDNESDAY Next Wednesday is the turn of the boy scout troop to sponsor local movies. They have selected as the the Lone a thriller aeroplane picture. There will also be shown two reels of Iwy scout life at Camp the second largest camp in the S The tomedy will be the Collegians. There ure also some other special stunts. The program will start promptly at 8 Runtcer Bicycle In Prize The boys selling tickets will be working for the which Miss Lottie assistant A. G. Cliarlfjs mission- ary Annie li- organist md W. aasiunt. 'Hie school paper will mako Kp worth K. K. Hrst appearance next appuar- ing as it part of tliu local Bimilaif to plans followed your- Thc enrollment of the is still growing. The urimary now -W pupils us compured wttli 3S at tlte beginning of school. Teacher Schrocder Mrs. GillM-rt Mr. tmd MM. thnn nny at-lfw tempted by Ittrwl t.ilent. The 'nvctoge by ihe Indian Lhtt ftri- jciv.-n ns'tiatts ot our area to his Nov M and I-'-. The mmw i- 1 tmi1 nlKiul six times the amount. nnd Mfs. Kinguid. A pot luck ti. .it tUuipnltl our i- t-vi-ry oilier nle Jtlu-lr which mtuiis .utcfe a month. uiul Mrs. Gray San- a- rk i. J lU'i' Detained at Home Baker was Lena Andtr- mun nnd Ida vice A. and Miw Chira treasurer. Miss Ida Sniitli was superintendent of tho Junior Li Hie 4.ddic Venielte Schaeffer Klnoia vice Winnie ireasurei- and sec- retary. _____ Tlic'urDgnini status that the lead- Tlie new Forest Dundee at Deer For Baseball Team Fulatine BoosUr Ciub spon- the Northwest highway is have j wnred the ball team the past itw grand opening tomorrow year and as u titken of ther uppreei- hit ion for the spirit displayed by the The proprietors. Casey Jones and jhoy.s who made personal sacrifices Gus Mielkc. declare it their uim to in order that Palatine could have a provide u high grade respectable ball llv club is arraiiRing for dining room where a man can take u banquet and dance in honor of raiely irood ineitl warn. Ihe banquet will be 1 held in the school for which a chdiKe of will be His nutne Joseph Galekur- skje and his home was at 2200 X. Tulmati avenue. Chicago. At o'clock Thursday morning he had awakened and thought heard his son-in-law say that lie was about to kill him and that he was tu itet 000 for the job. In a terror man dressed and dashed out of the bouse. Where he wandered is un- but ho says he took a train to Evanston and then to Des Plaincs. Near Des Plaints he at a farm house and wanted to buy u meal. The fanner said something about calling up tire au- thorities and again the man became panic stricken and fled. He walked to and near the sUtion a couple of men with a bundle wrapped in u newspaper which he thoufcbt was a machine gun und again he fled. Mr. Dttitielsen's pa- tient and kindly questioning his entile he was taken to police headquarters by Mr. sen and Capt. Rowaii of the local po- lice where efforts were made to gut in touch with his relatives. The man irave the name of his und the parish church which he attended. A phone call to the orifst established him as a her of the as he al.-o established his son-in-laws identity mid further a neighbor fam- ily of whose name he wasn't just also the telephone number of the neighbor. A phone call to the neifihbor had the wife on the wire and he was given that his fears were groundless tttnt he beef ill and his family had been hunting I'll over for him clay. Assurert that it was all riitlit to come home the evidenced a greut hurry to get back to his family and gtate- fullv thanked who had help- ed him in his trouble. Dunielsen. Capt. Rowan ami Judge spent a busy halt tiotu establishing his Identity and getting in touch with his family Caot. put him i t. The pupils ot the upper window in the west the Sunday school room is in memory Judge B. S. Williamson in the Lutheran school JLi pper thc Sull. l have beet. t J. e oust ww-K _.__ t. window to the north of the enjoying a vacation the pnst owing to an illness that their i11'i Mr. H. L. Schroeder. did wjiiewe room was furn.shed by rel notenjov. He was aucj friends m of ill last Thursday und rompelk.l Rev. pastor from 1885 school furhwne in the middle it.. Ihe one Lo_ tlw south of his and They announce for Vbu openniR. Boyle and his t'oi the quartet accordioti solos and saso- plivno the train for anxious and eagei lo get hack home. ntado to club members and the gen- cral Tne bamiuet will followed an old time dance with plenty of modern dances to make it i rile res ling to thu younger genera- tion. movie ifnanfu.irj nitu it In the second story of the tower appears that every Wednesday is the Soldiers' Mmorial window night show until Christinas placed thereby theold soldiers and sponsored by organ their friends in memory of the dicrs that enlisted in tlto previous DOES AUVKBIISINU and original building for the Civil Chicken Dinner By Ladies' Aid of St Paul's Ev. Church The dinner servwl by the St. Paul's........ event. Aid Society is an annual This time it will be a real chicken on the Otlt. service btgtn- promptly at o'clock. The hosts plan to have plenty of ll The last memorial pbced in Ihe building about 8 to Rev. W. designer in the of the trruvjnif ruoir Mundiiy. .1 i- now auditorium was in memory of ot thu edifice and pastor at i i nci I ti........r a.. i..... TI.SU win to ruopen Ills kimwn ffuiiiliady time-of its buiiding. Tjncle n local Is near Soldiers' window chicken for all and of many Wood thintrs to with It and good service. The price will be 65 for children under twelve Palatine years Enterprise last week and in thu t The ladies will also have a num- Cook Count v Herald this week of jber of articles of hand made the Mrs. Strokur have -work un sale at reasonable ino.utrii'S all over the ff come early you country of people who ai'c fiiid thuv article vr thiit gifi
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