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Patoka Register (Newspaper) - April 3, 1936, Patoka, Illinois he Patoka Register VOLUME 28, NUMBER 26PATOKA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY. APRIL 3, 1936. SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE $1.50 The Voice Of The People I William Wseley Cain, son of* John While the ants are hard at work, and Mar*ha Cain, was born, No\. providing for the future, Mr. Grass- j2G)    *n    Hancock    County,    llli- hopper keeps circling about, deter-1 no*s> departed this life March 25, minted to dance, and at the same 19-36 at the age of 72 years, 4 OBIUARY OF WM.    A    PIONEER    CITIZEN    H.    O. PIPPIN IS    Attends Basketball    SALE    OF    PATOKA WESLEY CAIN    CALLED    TO    REST    NAMED    HEAD    OF    i    Banquet    In    Decatur    BUSINESS    PROPERTY --1    STATE    COLLEGE time endeavoring to induce the ants to do likewise. Now, Mr. Grasshopper, if you can dance, as King David exhorteth in ¡Psalm 150, then dance with all months and 1 day. He bore his afflictions of seven and one half years with great patience, never complaining. He often told his companion he was ready your might. We are with you. But and anxious to go home, often spoke if you dance as the daughter of ; of going and wanted the rest of his Herodias danced to the death of the family to go with him’, righteous we warn you to take heed: I He was converted at the age of for “Go! the night cometh on when thirty-five. He and his companion He knoweth best we cannot tell Why He doth sever tender ties We only know that He is wise He doeth all things well. Many hearts were saddened Thursday morning when the news spread of the death of one our of pioneer citzens, Aunt Tack Conant. Although she had been in failing health for several years she had only been confined to her bed nearly two weeks. Catherine Eagan, daughter of William and Martha Holt Eagan Kelly Martin attended a banquet , at the Masonic Temple in Decatur, A real estate transfer was made this week whereby the business i    0    •    ,    1    4-    f?    C viic luaouinc    in    j    otiio    uvn. vyiivi vujf tuc uuaiiivoo bounty superintendent OI j Wednesday eV€nngj g\ven for the I building now occupied by the W. E. OCllOOlS W 111 Replace Dr. winning team of the basketball State Field barber shop, was sold to Oral Kjerstad, Resigned. 25 YEARS IN COUNTY The following article from the : was born in Foster township, Sep-1 Dickinson Press, Dickinson, North Official Transfer Will Be Made September 1: Family is Well Known. tournament of 193i6 and the winning team of five years ago. It will be remembered that Kelly was a prominent player on the winning Deca-catur team of five years ago, thus being a guest of honor at the banquet. EASTER SUNRISE SERVICES Easter Sunday, sunrise services will be held at the Christian Church at 5:15 A. M. Everyone invited to attended. Jett of Patoka. The property was purchased from D. R. Livesay mko recently bought it from Olver Wad-kins. No definite information is given out at present as to the future location of the Field Barber Shop, or as to the future plans of Mr. Jett, but being a barber by trade, it is suppositional that he may use the newly acquired building in that capacity. PERSONALS Married In Murphys- boro, Saturday no man can work and when such were united with the Baptist church I "J“/    '    “ J, , , TT T ♦' n T V I    a dancing .no longer be a pleasure. at Seminary, Fayette County, Ul.,jw /!L ’ !    .    J /«L    a*jDakota’    refers    to    two    boys    born    and (Perhaps a necessity).    In ,1®91.    f home March „6, 1936 at 9:00-rajged patoka and will no doubt We rejoice, that as the first danc-1    He loved his family and was ever    °-C A‘ M* at ^ advan/®dJ apre    will be read    with    pleasure by old mg tetter declared, “the Church    thoughtful of their wellfare, never    °h taTonc ofTfamily ofeteven    -fripnds here'    0tto    Pippin is beine and the dance (modern) are separ- tiring in his efforts, that he made    I    I T    wt    placed    at    the    head    of    the    State    Ten ate institutions.’' May they ever re- for them.    ■    tdl d e ’ r namely: u,ohn, Elizabeth, j v/ , ,,    ?®t?i main so, and be thus recognized. I    He was united in marriage to    dan*es /Y.?fJey’ Harrison, Arrilla,; ® €r*L uu egc    at ^    ic onson an .    yyj kinds. Cheaper than I daughter, Miss Blanche*- Moore to Hurrah! for Patoka and'the siand Martha™ BenS JfUMmS    T"n“h    ^    I    “to^of"    “#<Bd,te    anyone '    iCyri!    ,«*    °>;    J"? »—« she takes. Her attitude shocks sister Bond County. 111., fifty years ago,    JiSLT    I    The    fioltewin»'    article    la    mere    ex-i Rev. J. M. Smith was a Centtdi. towns and cities. Does it? They think peb. 21, 1886.    mtmvx Mr. and Mrs. Sidney^ Moore of Go to Smith’s for plants. Sandoval announce tku marriage of nchw 0*p<n. Muri except two brothers,! The following article is more ex-| <vev. m. omiuri w«s «    |    Saturday, where they fe re married Her queer, narrow and oid-iashion-! He leaves to mourn their loss a Andy and Samuel, one brother Har- . ’daaato^y ’    .    q+o-v    he    was    called    to    conduct    the funer-iky Hev. brank Himlotrf, at the Meth- ed eh’? Ah» well» God’s chosen neo- 1    •    e    a    vu    ,    *    rison,    died    only    four    months    ago.)    H.    0.    Pippin,    resident    ot    Stark    j    he    was    called    to    conduct    the tuner- odJgt parsonag.e The br]de h the TS  L_ _ ’_______1____mi___•    ^.Vin^    a”d_    children,    «am^y»|Her    earlv    life    was    snent w+L her county for the past 25 years and , al of Mr. John 1 helps, from tbe ordy <jaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sid- her queer, narrow and old-fashion-!      i.e.    o    An«y    ana    »a™ei,    one urotner       W    Frank    Pimlotf, at the Metli- ed, eh? Ah! well! God’s chosen people were a queer people. Their path Florence E. Melton of Lincoln, HI.,; papentg {n Foster township until county superintendent of schools I Boggs funeral home. Mr. Phelps was J Moore, and is the grand-daugh- . _    _    .    -I    ACIA    _    *n    1.    -     *    J___i. „-T nrall L'nAiirn Kxr m Qnxr    At    ThA    _    7    _    __    __ .    .    _ was strait and narrow but it led to Magdaline Goodwin Tamalco 111 1 parenis in i<osler township until    7    r    well    known    bv    manv    readers    of    the    ney    Moore’    aml 13 lhe a worth while *oal    And as God ir    w a    t t she    was married to    George A. Con-; «nee 1920 will become president of j'veil known by many readers of the tgr Qf Mr and Mrg Walter Adams  tt- ’    ^ary    Hudspeth    of Patoka, Lucille,    .    .. - . t gg    the Dickinson State Teachers col- Register. He was the brother in law f p . , Th „room is the son of never changes, He must be old-fash- Ratos Chirap’o Til Tva Rran«h ant’    1865    , • „ ,    \    .    ,    . cates, umcago, tin., iva crancn, |    j two daughters were    September    1,    as    the    result    of loned too. And the mansions he has Centralia, 111., Dewey, Delmar and    tms union two oaugnters were    v    »_..... ■    ■    *    *    *”    ■    born one dying m infancy the other ..    .    ,    ,    1    v1    1    at the age of two years. When her Also twenty-two graml-cteWron., sist(,r ArvH|a dj d Aunt Tack (ag and five great-grandeteWnen three    one    ca]]ed he an<J ^ ^ sisters, Nannie Clme of Franklin ano , , ,    .    ,    ..    ,    «    .    T    , public dance as a means for hold-|011ie and Ida Cass of Litchfield,    ! d. |ook, ,tlny    da^hte.r pode" mg our young folks at home, away j E]sie R. Moore and John Seward Tfth +lL motherv if.0“ th6.beeI^ .P,rlr of »№« cit- pr««,ed him to the spirit world. V'v‘h ^ prepared must also be old-fashion- Harold of Patoka. ed. So, Patoka, be proud of your ear-marks. Hold steadfast! The dancing letter advised the action taken by the state board of administration Tuesday, when he was named to succeed Dr. C. L. Kjerstad, w|io recently placed his resignation with that body effective August 31. “Mr. Pippin was born at Patoka, love. She was the pride and joy of Illinois in 1889 and following com-these parents.    I    pletion of his education came west She was converted at' an early to settle on a homestead north of    , can offer them for their nhvsical I V 7* x,    +    u a&e and was a member of the Cum- Gladstone. There he jointly main- ly sold to Dr. W. W. ur n rmiL ’ mental and r^ra^ development? ()r Lr^t “Tate ^„w ro    ^vterlap'    rhurch at tained hia homaatead and taught the loca, agency of J. W. Alexan- 1« Up    «ro    n,.«    .    neitner pain, . orrov nor, North Fork. H^r Christian charac- rural school. Following consolidation der. ies. We ask, why should our child- j An that loving hands could do ren be forced to attend either evil? was done to keep him', but God want-Is there nothing better that we ed too and thought it was best cf Mrs. Carson Chandler and Mrs. Mary Cothern of this plcae. Big bottle wave set for only 5c. At Altom’s. Mrs. V. S. McCoy of Centralia visited Wednesday in Patoka with her mother, Mrs. T. B. Walker. Onion sets, whites, reds, yellow, extra nice and clean, not sprouting, 4 quarts for only 10c. At Altom’s. A new Chevrolet car was recent- of Patoka. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Jackson of Odin. They expect to reside in Odin, where Mr. Jackson is employed with the Odin Coal Co. Mrs. Jackson has friends in Patoka who extend congratulations and best wishes for future success. Death of E. R. t)e- Moulin in Greenville Mrs. William Rogier received news, Saturday, of the death of her dav of he continued as teacher for four) Just received—new shinment of brother, E. R. DeMoulin, who pass- is the training we are giving them n€ath «uch that only drinking, smoking:    ^    fnIH.ral waR hold at Mound    SaiTTnTww    ¡¡Tiff    5 and 10c kite*_5 and 10c bags ofjed away suddenly, Friday, at his and dancing can satisfy. And_ do Chapel conducted by Rev. J. M.    _o/1„    1q^    „    to    Dickinson    as    deputy    coun-1 glass marbles. B. & E. Cafe.    home in Greenville. The deceased Charles Adams and familv of De- was 75 years of age, and for many these things ever really satsify? Do Sn,ith. Interment in Pratt'cemetery'. Father, they not lead only to a destructive restlessness that never gets appeased but sooner or later ends in oblivion? ^ shadow Visit, if you will, the modern \ye m55!C dance room and see if you think it 1TI$S an improvement upon the old fash-1 Your ioned dance. Investigate and find Qur bon whether or not you are willing to hear the responsibility of leading your child into its influence. Lay a* side prejuc!ice,*’he sine'er?, r:heeT~tiet fore your Maker, ask Him to attend W> v;ish to thank our friends and j r you, then forward march to the neighbors for their kindness, during dance for careful investigation, the sickness and death of our lov- r Then we ask you, please igive us a ed 0T1e Also for the comforting true report in the Voice of the Peo- WOrds of the minister, also the sing- We miss you every where CAP.D OF THANKS ,3 Ur< j of the Minot, corrmnnity. prior to oro "loved 'in Texas arrived srv devoted to hop*nei- her marriage in 1913.    this    Week    for    an indefinite' stay w.vátiin4.    ...    dr    -    .     »    .    ■    ■■)im’!" hnyi. III Ï№T    IVtV.    Pinpin 1*3 ehTn r o (>£ If. I v«ow Ts 'tìur -iíwá TV g hu«han^i and father diel    De- j M„ Pippin    of Halli dav,    a supporter    ion sets    all kind?, 4    quarts for ifihnr 1 R. 1919.    i of Acting    Gov. 'Walter    Welford and    10c. At    Altom s. Beisides tho deov d{ftii<rhter.    I#A- a running    mate on the    same ticket.    Maurice Dukes of    C    amp 1 ema L row Mrs. T^hn WiDon)    sVe H. M. Finnin is a Welford non-    Sprngs,    accompaned    by    ° atives from Patoka who attended the funeral were Mr. William Rogier, Mr. and Mrs. Artie Rogier, and Mr. and Mrs. M. »Rogier. Dixon friend, ! New Sale of Pateka * Residence Property tiLv pnlnmn    ,    .    .,    ,    ~    leaves    to mourn their loss two bro- partisan league candidate for secre- spent the week end here wuh h. The sale of local real estate eemi Plt COlUmn*    l£L?~    n    J    hc'    thet»:    Andy of Arnold Chape] and tary of state nomination in the mother. Mrs. Hattie Dukes. The tQ b& eontinuin The reply a few -vv'eeks a^o, which ferings. May God’s blessings the last voice called a pitiful fee- yours, hie one is not so pitiful as he would \    The Family. have us think. It struck a chord of    --------- symnathv in many hearts. The re* TAKES PROMINENT PART sponse is, “Those are my sentiments too.” RECENT DONATIONS TO PUBLIC LIBRARY is attending the Chillicothe Busi  ......—-«1 and ’n the neai Samuel of    Rialto,    Calif,;    several    spring primary    against    James    D.    young    lady, unior,unately, <1 eve op-    buture    when moving day arrives neiees and    nephews    and a    host    of    Grnnna, follower of    Former    Gov.    eci mer.-les while here, so was un-    ¡nstead    0f ^he the music goes 'roum other relatives and friends.    William Langer.    ,nble    to    return    to her home at pro- amj #j,^und( tbe moving will gt What we call death, to the good The name of Pippin was placed sent.    ^    ’round and ’round. This week we IN rnTiFFF MINCTRFT I wom'an. is onlv the gateway to a jn nomination by Theodore Mar Nice line of Easter Cards. At . - repol.t the purchase of a residence i higher and happier life.    j    tell, commissioner of agriculture . tom’s.    by John A. Jennings from the E E. Mo . n    _nd    ’ It matters not that the form we and labor; Martell, R. M. Rishwovth Miss Alice Murfin visited Wednes- 0arter ,.Htate. The property was va- i anon    ’    patoka    who    ^new lies silently, restfully sleeping, and J. D. Harris, chairman of the day with friends in Pana.    cafcecl this week by Lewi3 Gray and ’ ’ J’ ‘    c    ’    _; We know that the heart that for    us    hoard voted in    favor    of    Pippin,    with Just    received—new shipment i    family    who moved on a farm east ¡5 and    10c kites—5 and 10c bags of    ^ Patoka, owned by James Werns- ness college at cmmcotne, xuv„ :    ^    marbles.    B. & E. Cafe. in the minstrel. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES Harvey Hudspeth Keliy Martin, and Whitc Minstrel Show presented Taylor Nall, Ed Anderson, John W.jb th colkge y M. C. A. on Mar. White of Salem, Chas. Hill, Gox &    ° Martin, Ruth Pugh, Katie Nattier,, Acting ag Qne of the End Men Betty Altom and Madahne Green he furnished much of the comedy have recently donated the following books to the Patoka Library: If I "Have Four Apples, Magnificent Obsession, North to the Orient, Old Home Town, Lucy Gay Heart, Voice of Bugle Ann, So Red the Rose, Stare Look Down, Forgive Us Our Trespasses, Conquerer of Space, Preface to Fiction. These are all new books and the readers will greatly appreciate them. College at Chillicothe, Mo., heat true is safe in the Master’s ( only Thompson objecting took a promnent part in the Black keeping Funeral services were held at the j TAX RATE IN THE residence, Saturday, Mlarch 28, at 11:00 a. m., Rev. J. M. Smith officiating. Interment in Doolen cemetery. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all, who in any “Reality” was the subject of the | way. assisted in the care; «ndjnirial man. Mr. Jennings is remodeling 50- pound salt blocks    only    40c    bjg newjy purchased home, and    ex- \/II I ACC GIF    PATOKA    each. At Altom’s.    peets to move into it as soon as    pos- VILLAUE Uf    Born to Mr. and Mrs. Irvon    Bo-    giM^ thug startin}? the wheel    0{ wen, March 31, a baby    girl.    spring moving in Patoka. Knowing that every    tax    payer    is    | Fresh garden seeds    and onion interested in knowing just where His sets. At Altom’s tax money is going I will give you Alta Pugh and Paul Logan were an analysis of our local rates. ¡n Carlyle Sunday on business. In the Village of Patoka the to-1 Fleuride of soda kills the lice tal rate is $5.27 per $l(Mk00 asses- SPINSTER PARTY Mae Eagan was hostess to several friends Wednesday evening at a Leason-Sermcn in all Churches of'of our dear beloved mother and j sed valuation. It is divided as fol- Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, March 29. Proceeds from’ the first basket ball game were $6.00. Receipts from the last game wexe $3.45. Thanks to the independent basket ball teams. The Golden Text was, “The word of the Lord endureth for ever. And this is the word which by the gospel is preached unto you” ('I Peter 1:25). sister. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, A. I. Eagan and nieces nephews and friends. WOMAN’S CLUB Among the citations which comprised the Lesson-Sermon was the following from’ the Bible: “And Je-isus went about all the cities and Others    who    have    donated    books    j vjuageS( teaching in their synagog- lately    are:    Mrs.    Homer    Potts,    Mrs.    I ueS) and pr€aching the gospel of    ™    «    wwmw.»™,    ...... Hugh Sandy, Mrs Ruth Carter, Mrs. ^ kingdom, and healing every sick    planting    flowers    and    their Harold Simcox and Mrs. Dale Sim-1 negg and eVery disease among the    v    s cox, Betty Simcox.    people"    (Matthew 9:35).    ''“papcr-Gardco of Long Ago by *        The    Lesson-Sermon also included The April meeting of the Womans Cluib will be April 11 at 2 p. m. with garden and conservation program as follows: Theme—Flowers. Song—The Garden of Tomorrow. Roll Call—Give a worthwhile hint from the ,Mr». Peck. j the following passages from i ( wj]1 haye an €Xchange of garden Tax Levy instead of a township and Mts. Stanley Grenley, and Mrs Christian Science T€JH oo    *    ^    flower seeds. Everyone is reques- pauper levy. The reason the Town- Lee Clark of East St. .Louis were NOTICE TO VOTERS OF PATOKA TOWNSHIP ,_________ -- nee and Health with Key to t:    e ^ take part in this exchange. As no vacancies occur    for    the    Scriptures by    Majcy a er    * year 1936, no    election will    be    held, j “Jesus works    established lus claim The Town Meeting will open in to the Messiahship. In reply to John. the Village Hall at the hour of 2 inquiry, ’Art thou he that shoul o’clock P. M. Anril 7th and after come,’ Jesus returned an affirma-choosing a moderator, will proceed tive reply, recounting is wo > to hear and consider report of the stead of referring to < ocrna/’ Supervisor. To    appropriate    money to    confident that    this exhibition o •    < lows: County ................69c Township    ..............57c Road and    Bridge.........33c Non-high School..........50c School ..............$2.00 Village ..............$1.18 •Last year the total was $3.52 divided as follows; and mites. At Altom s.    Spinsters party.    All    were instructed Murice Klyesteuber was    a wee    ^ come dressed    as    a spinster of 50 end viistor as the guest of* I oro y yearg ag0> and as    gU€St arriv- Ververs.    ^ dr€SM}d in thealatest fashions of Harriett Quayle spent Saturday and Sunday in Centralia. Iris Ellis and Fred Kleysteuber attended the show at Centralia Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Ballance that day. They were viewed by the judgs, Mrs. Effie Smith and Mrs. Ina Anderson who found it hard to pick the best but finally awarded the prize to Miss Ruby Cain as the “Best Old Maid.” Miss Ruth Pugh gave a short story on the life of Queen Elizabeth a famous spinster and Miss Anna Belcher told of the life of several visited Monday in Lincoln with County, 41c; Township 28c, Road their daughter Elaine, and Bridge, 33c; Non-high School, | Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Outhouse 60c; School $2.00, and Village, no 0f Chicago, March 26th, a baby kevy*    i girl-    „    _    ,    .J    noted    spinsters,    which    included, The reason the    County rate    is so j Mr. and Mirs.    X.    B.    Holland    or    phoebe    amJ Alic<}    Carey>    ’Fr&ncia much higher than    last    year is be- Centralia were    Patoka    visitors, Mon-    wi]]ard)    €lara Bart(m and    others, cause of a new Blind    Pension    Levy day evening. of 5c in excess of* what was pre- j Mrs. Lottie Cox of Shobonier. viouslv levied and a County Pauper Mr. C. J. Lawler of Cornland, Mr. defray the nectary expenses of , divine power to heal would fully Music. Every member is requested to be present if possible. MISSIONARY MEETING Missionary Society of the M. E. Church, South will meet at the par- the Township and other business that properly come before the meeting. (Signed)    •    T.    F.    HALEY, ,    Town    Glerk. Mr. and Mrs, Edward Markwell of St. Louis visited Sundav at the home of Mrs. Mirk well’s mother, Mr? Della Johnstone. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Moionnier at tended the fpn»iM»i n# E, R. DeMoi Bn In Greenville, Sunday. answer the question. EASTER SALE The Ladies Aid of the Christian Church will hold their annual spring sale Saturday, April 11 at Al’s spire Community Betterment, Ina sonage Wednesday afternoon, April 8 at 2 o’clock. Missionary topic—A Peoples house. Leader—Lora Altom'. Worship and    Meditation—Here Am I Led by Ethel Rogier. Talk—Our Own Settlements In- concluding with short humorous stories if the “Old Maids Who Were present,” which wag a surprise. Spinster jokes were told and im- were ine reason me * own-( Lee warn oi ^ ^    -—I.affinary romance8 of long ago ship rate is huriier is a Lew to re- week end guests of D. W. Troy€r (tojd by eacb 0ne. Refreshments tire the Road Bond Issue. This rate and family.    we№    by    th<*    hostess.    Guests is 41c which taken from the town- j A. L. Vallow of Clinton spent    ^    Florence    and Ruby Cain, ship rate of 57c leaves 16c for reg- the week end in Patoka with his w    simcnv    Anna i .    „ t .    Ruth Pugh, iRettie Simcox,    Anna ular township expenses.    mother,    Mrs. Josie Vallow.    Belcher and Helen Trover. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Elon Martin of Ian-    t    Kin Also in comparing your taxe-1 MTanT^r^ar li„. «“»y ««*»    ^ with last year, remember that realjcoln, and Mr. and M!rs. Edgar Mar- ^ ^ guest, estate was re-assessed last year and , tin and daughter Janice Lee, Cham-i    _ your valuation may have been chang- paign were Sunday visitors at the ed.    home    of* their parents, Mr. and Mrs.    Pormcr place. Aprons, caps, bakery goods. Anderson. Talk—The Peoples Part in Community House Activities, Mrs. F. M McKinney I hope this will be of help to some and if you want to know how manv dollars you are paying into each fund you can take your valuation as given on your tux statement. Multiply it by the rates I have given you and you have it. C. M. ROGIER. Supervisor. William L. Martin.    Radiocasts,    Sunday Mrs. Lottie Cox of Shobonier    --- spent Wednesday with her sister, Miss Reba Grav. R. N.. of Pato-MVs. D. W. Troyer.    ka, at present doing professional Mr. and Mrs. Ira Land and    daugh-    work    at the Jacksonville State    Ifog- ter, Violetta Winkleman of    Sparta    pital    was heard over the air.    Sun- spent Sundav here with Mrs. Land’s day afternoon, from a Snringfleld father, Mr. George Purcell. Mr. Pur- (broadcasting station. Miss Gray sang cell recently returned from    Snarta    several vocal numbers, and the    eap- where he spent the winter,    and is    able    manner with which thev    were pnw occupying his home in Patoka, j rendered, rejected creditably on Mr. and Mrs. Paul Swift of Kin- T»lk—Cooperating with other Ac*-    Patoka    bo    win    ess    cal-'where his friends are glad to wel- the vniee tra'irune* she 1« receiving, come him again.,    as    well as to her own ability. encies, Carry« Alexander. 1er« Wednesday. ;