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Daily Journal-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1944, Mattoon, Illinois
1mi Tab daily and Illinois Titi i hold n Edge r yanks today still maintained their Edge in the american me comes in the form of major along the baseball the usually have hit the cellar by june 3 that they Muncrief turned in a five for the Browns against the athletics Friday night by 3 to 0 and keep his club in front of the Champion new to who Defeated the 5 to to break losing he Browns made Only four hits Pon Black and Buss Christo but bunched them for their the yanks won their beyond further doubt with a assault in the Nan Tucker raised his league batting average to As he lilt three times for the Chicago Box in a 5 to 2 win Over the Liht Agton Thornton hurled the Detroit tigers downed tha red with Home run Iby Rudy York and Pinky hug score was 4 to the win fifth of the season for Edcher Johnny Corsica and the in a Row for the in the National league the cardinals increased their Lead games Over the Cincinnati the cards were led to Victory Pepper who paced a 14 with three safeties to it toe Philadelphia 9 to Balje reds lost to the Boston 4 to against the three Jitt hurling of Jim who also Ion in couple of manager of the de his Home run total for the to an even dozen by hitting of Palm against the Pittsburgh pm u highlights of an 8 to 4 Vic the giants took the decision Jar preacher like Rube the failed to last the jibe Chicago cubs won a night from the Brooklyn i to behind Claude who id nicked for 11 but Dundam died except in the fifth when the dodgers scored their Only the cubs made 11 hits off an As Brement of with Bob Chip Dan being charged with the inn Pearl Harbor Belmont stakes planes warships a real do face is this army Clad in Field jacket and one of the War dogs attached to the de Tail at 9th air Force head Quad Hes pictured sporting a he watches his outfit in baseball standings inoculation profitable inoculation of soybean seed has a crested yields per acre As much u 25 to 30 per results of sex Perta ants at several Midwest sex pm Lent stations protein con Lent of the Beans increased about 10 Pir cent while total protein yield ice increased from 40 to 45 per at a Cost of about 10 cents per left for National won lost Louis 13 Cincinnati 22 17 Pittsburgh 20 16 new York 19 20 Boston 28 Philadelphia 16 20 Brooklyn 18 22 23 american won lost 19 new 16 20 Washington 20 21 Philadelphia 20 21 17 21 Boston 19 22 Cleveland 19 24 yesterdays results National Louis 9 Philadelphia Chicago Brooklyn Boston Cincinnati new York 6 Pittsburgh american Louis Philadelphia new York Cleveland Chicago Washington Boston pet by Lawton Carver sports editor new was an Odds on favorite to take this after Nona 78th running of the Belmont stakes and thus set into place the third and final jewel in turf oms triple the stretch running son of England famed was expected to go to the Post at Odds of about 7 to 10 for his mile and a half clash with seven other three Jearolds at Belmont Winner of the mile and a Quarter Kentucky Derby and the mile and three sixteenths Preakness with Stout hearted dashes through the the brightest Star in the Calumet colors figured to like the longer Belmont route even better than the Shorter he is bred for his chief Contention was expected to come from Platter and who goes running As the George Widener entry and pointed for a one two Sprinta stretch punch for the added who goes Winner of the Withers has tremendous Early Speed to Wear Down the pack and set the stage for a stretch Duel be tween Platter and Accord ing to the the race is being run in Advance on Platter was expected to be much More of a horse this afternoon than he was in the Preakness when he raced Greenly i his second Start of the year and finished he attracted considerable he is about due and the have watched Conn to the Calumet blow two or three close ones lately with be diplomas to 149 seniors Armstrong loses decision to Royce continued from Page one Chicago ins the comeback Campaign of onetime triple title of the ratings received bogged Down in the Chicago were lieutenant Frank a stadium ring Friday night when Gan Baker and John Tevebaugh Henry lost a 10round decision to Cedric Robert Willie Clem Thane the judges and referee were Robert Moore and Robert unanimous in their and Van note first Jack Muthersbough second Elmer flt Simmons and Lavern principal Parker presented the class of 1044 and Black gave while the result May have set Back the famed negro lightweights Oil Fields permits in May ins Illinois drilling permits issued during May of which 215 were Oil state director of mines the famed negro lightweights and Man eras Medill reporte it did not end Arm the fourteen members of the Grade left today for new York where he is to take on Davis at last years May total the Garden in a bout that figures to do Armstrong forced the fight All Oil permits Medill f permits May were classified As follows Pool Wells fourteen members of the Grade Casse Atung class Are now serving in the the Way but the oaf coloured boys Wildcat deepening Salt water or counter blows were too much for Henry was slow and backing hit the former Champion at trucks i Ras no room for mistakes in today closing Day feature at with More than fans packed into the great sprawling stands for the three Earold pensive went out against seven others primed for superlative efforts in one of the years richest and every rider was ready to capitalize on the slightest false move on the part of the armed forces and nine of those were unable to attend to receive their diplomas in the nine absent graduates were Robert Gerald Clifford Robert Dino be Robert Dan Irons and Dale Home Bureau unit met Friday aft those in the armed forces who with Stephenson were present were Frank near Here with Irvin Sam Howard Rob the in Ert sink and Raymond others in the graduating class Loren Angela Charles Maxine Patty Cedric Martha Ruth Ariel Dolores Lynn Cal Catherine Thomas Schaney Imogen Dean Mary disposal Structure test Gas in put and Coal analyses they were issued in the following counties Bond Clay Clinton Edwards Effingham Fayette Franklin Gallatin Hamilton Stephenson hostess to Home Bureau special to the Jefferson Lawrence Madi pleasant Grove son 6 Marlon Richland Saline Wabash Wayne White will and Williamson each Janice Ille Ferne Betty Lavern Cleora Veronica Betty Eddie Lawrence Lorene Joan a Mae Margie member responded to Roll Call by telling of the most recent wedding she there were two minor enemies of our gardens being Given by Samuel lawyer and recognition of air planes by world Geog was the subject of the major project which was presented by Bessie Home damaged fisheries in the pollution from Oil seriously damaged commercial fisheries along the Eastern coastal Waters and James James portions of the Gulf coast of cooking Frozen the most important Rule for Cook ing Frozen vegetables is to Cook vegetables for the shortest time required to secure an acceptable product this applies even More by to Frozen than to fresh because since the tissues have at ready been softened by blanching and it is easy to overcook other important Points Are to use at Little water As have water boiling when the vegetable added Start timing when the water comes Back to a boil after adding the do not allow the vegetables to boil the Pluto Chart above shows graphically the great r record of american Industry since Pearl Harbor according to figures Given by web chairman Donald Nelson appropriations n e o g a june David Casstevens is visiting rela Tives in or and Mccauley were Cowden visitors tuesday and Lon Bishop spent Mattoon Dairy Market saturday in Tolono with Sweet Cream Paul Wilson 01 spent Grade the weekend with his and son Grade great in percent Elmer Virginia free Man Kenneth James Funk Gerald Alice Robert Joyce eve Lyn Richard Iris har Catherine Dorothy Cora Lou Glen Clem Norma Ruth James ice Jesse Joan Vera Thane Llla il1 Ini doped to win great lakes meet meet got under Way today at the York City Mattoon poultry Robert Monnalee my Eva Margaret Man Marcla Mary Harry Ivan Marie Miller Robert Ruth Kenneth Jack Muthers Sparrow is Farmers Friend native american sparrows Are estimated to save Farmers a year by destroying Weed seed and by group of 15 athletes headed Ana Claude buddy negro Carl Barrett of Louis visited sprint and Bob his Wallace Over Luclle Nelson Lou Nile roosters Ltd 27c ims is How it All happened one Day i got tired of roasting at so invested in 8 Rolls of re events Young will run the 100 and 220 Yard dashes but avoid the Broad Kelley will run the Quarter and half mile and Anchor the Illinois mile relay thirteen schools were entered in the including Illi Ohio Minnesota and Northwestern from the big other entries include notre Central Law rence Illinois Thomas and the Host great aim miss Irene Rue Kolos visited from saturday until wednesday with her grandmother in Mabel Wilson and of Chicago spent the week end with Bert Clifford Fleming of Wash Toledo and i installed it myself in spare time or and Rimdal for a trip to Carolyn Eastis spending a few Davs with her Raymond shoot and came Friday for a visit with his Par and William Short and Daugh ters returned monday from a visit with her parents in and Raymond Young and Richard Tickell of deca tur spent sunday with Mcginnis of Chicago spent the weekend and decoration Day with relatives in Neoga and mat Derald Fulton of South spent the weekend with her and Ray soy Chicago ins 7500 head Market steady to heavy to medium weight Light to packing to 800 head Market steady 100 head Market steady beef Good and to common and to to Butcher to to to to feeder to Stocker to Stocker cows and to sheep head Market steady medium and Choice to culls and com to to Marilyn Wanda Barbara june Bobbie Alice Joan Marie Dolores Jean Ray Burn Lowell Patty Marjorie Robert Jean Jimmee Jean Thelma Myrtle Janet Irene Richard Betty Spur Patty Stewart Robert Arlene Juanita Rosemary John Helen Betty Irene Lois Robert Van Gerald Milton John Wal i Edwina Jack James Phyllis Rita Carl Robert mar Belle Everett Marilyn Mary Dale Harold James of Bert Cline and j miss Mary elem Eye left sunday for a visit in with master and Charles Chicago ins re tue steady g2 score 41c 90 extra Central Illinois deaths 1744 by do scow up Compaq in every bottle of 7up theres the Sunshine of a smile More than a thirs quencher its a sparkling drink with a uniquely Happy flavor that leaves your Mouth feeling clean and puts a sparkle into your All Over America theres a Good expression for the Good it that it Fogo Kisul shut out heat Home was 10to with id John the members of the Junior school class enjoyed a picnic at Wand Webb Over the a Nav in Mineral aleut Jack Alexander of when Winter i found Kisul kept my j1i base warmer j j m my fuel thanks to dropped l Holman of Evanston Butler of Chicago friends and relatives Over the Webb of came wednesday for a visit with her Fred and other and Donald Zimmer and family of Warrensburg spent sunday with his and and 34c to 36 sex 33e 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and decoration Day in or and Lon Bishop and of the Navy and miss Ann Gordon were sunday guests of relatives in and Clark Young and Gurney Lindley were sunday guests of and Stanley Young and family near Christina dust returned sunday from a three weeks visit with her Robert and family in construction materials 30812 Sputh 21st 4344 at the Home of miss Lura Miller wednesday afternoon and held us May miss Freida Streil Ana Virs Edith Starks were the commencement exercises for the senior graduating class of the were held in the methodist Church on wednes Reav May the Graa ultes were Alice Eleanor Jane Helen Geral Dine Jean Henien Greeson of Mather is with his a plane to Rantoul and came Down pm usand Morris Percival and Percival and of Champaign spent sunday with mor Ris and miss Maude miss Alma Warfield left saturday for Paxton after completing a term As Home economics teacher in township High she in Hoopeston next mrs Emma rav and Jewett Elmer Cain was in Greenup sat Sarah Carter was in Effingham Gladys Schlaefer of Chicago visited Here Lou Ingram of Terre haute spent the weekend in Downs made a business trip to Greenup Louis Merriweather called on Roy Stirewalt John Niccum of Toad hop was a guest of Elmer Cain last Earl Sanders arid family of Neoga visited friends Here Bert Stull and spent the weekend in Mattoon with Anna Lake of Edwardsville is visiting with her Catherine Annetia Sowers visited with her and David visited their Louis Merre Over the and Fred Ross and Eloise of Shelbyville visited Lenna Cloud Kent Kingery is spending the weekend with his Uncle and and Gerald of miss Margaret Sanders of Neoga spent saturday and sunday with her bit san the Jewett school closed Here last those who graduated were Anna Marie John Well bum and Marjorie the graduating exercises were held at be held at 2 noon at the Cook and Wright funeral Home Here for Benjamin who died Friday at the Home of her Florence in Galbreath was born july in a couple she is survived by her one son 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