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WHITING
NEWS NOTES
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Itert I.jli'll in SHBKLOIK UK.OW.V
f-uim'ifcii loniKil and Morle hat.
Tomorrow Viola llnna In "TMEV
LIhK. 'KM ROI (;u," .ao or the
.Ni.rth and dmifdy, 12-9-1
Americanization Program Burnley
evening ut trie Church of Christ.
Hoar the f jJlowlriR speakers, ow.
pon;o of the vital themes of today:
'has. S. Perel. Oscar Ahlgren, Wal
ter H. Smith. These gfntieraen
ate ivtU prepared and qualified to
;:ie the public some facts to think
.;.ut. The program Is well pre-
5 : wlh tho-ught an(j music. A
l-'.-rd Aim on Education will also be
shown, hiring your friends.
Mi tie school of Church of Christ
meets at 5:45. Sirs. W. H. Shoup,
t.
THE nmiSTIiX SCIENCE SOCI.
KTY OF KA.5T CHICAGO.
Bm-.vn'g Hall. 612 Chicago ave.
Sitelay ser.-lcf! 10:45 A. M., Sub
j't: "I'lod. the Preserver of Man ."
Sunday School 12 o'clock.
Wednesday services $.00 p. m.
Reading room open Tuesdays and
Friday 3 from : p. m. to S p. m.
1U.VMOI TIT CCGHEGATIOS.iL
C1IUUCK.
Thomas Alva Stubblns, Pastor.
Morning Worship 11 a. in.. "Re
moving Mountains."
'livening 7:S0 p. m., "Bringing In
the Sheaves."
METHODIST FP1SCOP.U, CHVRCH
H. P. Ivey, Pastor.
.9:30 Ch-irch School and Junior
church.
10:45 Public Worship with serra
( n. "The Joy of Christian Living."
0:30 Kpworth Lea?u. Dr. II. J.
Frr Jer.on. lader. A good place
''r vour-i; people to spend an hour
-i Syr day evening.
7:30 !nlr,j Worship with serm
'), "Christ and the Well Meaning
Mar) ."
Special musle. morning: and even.
i-g by chorus choir, Mr. George
(.'alder, director.
Poeond study on the. Book of Job
a, the mid.weeii service, Wednesday
: t, at 7:30.
The music appreciation class of
the Whiting hlsh school heard the
hWro Symphony Orohes-tra under
th direction of Frederick Stock at
-fenestra Hall Thursday afternoon.
Dr. Cook of Warsaw. Ind., is the
guest of Frank Layer at his home
i Central avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Collins of
Washington arc here visiting: with
friends ar.d relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard of Ind.
jhvd., attended the Stock Show !n
Chicago Friday.
Mh;s Iren Peering' of Ml New
Tork avenue and Mr. George Xew
t n wero quietly married by Rev.
21. P. Ivey at the Methodist par.
: 'u on Wednesday evening of
this woo!;. The young people were
.-. :-niif.-- tj,e bride's sister and
: t husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Ba
At the same time the little
.- n of Mr. and Mrs. Balog-, Clar
(iiro Harold, was christened.
Miss Mary Grogan who underwent
pu operation at the Lakeside hosplt
i -. i iri Chicago a week ago returned
o her home on Central avenue to
il IV.
Mrs. William Bramer of East Side
- -i.-,:fod with Wilting- people Wed
t: 'J'iay.
Kirey Cameron of 119th street,
v ho has ben on the sick list Is able
t i he r.'.it again. ' m
? ' ' . Char'es Patten entertained
Whiting
A d vertisem en to
Arc Winners
For Coed Furniture 6 t 9elf
tr'm. 4-1
stratus wicf?
Select your BrunswlcH Thono
traph at Beifer'B, Whitlns' exclua
lv ag-eots for Brunawlck phono
frraphs and records. 10-30-lmo.
"AN'TED TO HE.VT Two or three
furnlshaj liglit liouseJtep!ng rtni.
in Whiting-, good location .nd mod
ern lfi"iKibli Would pay well for
j.;ht fha.e, references furnished! A.
J. (1., WhltlnjT News Ce. H-i-3
irnndsme Chrlstrni Gift In a Col
i.r'bla Graphonola. Kold on uy
lavmor.ta 'by Sam Aronberg, B02
l.&th p'reet, ox;en evenings. 13-6-tf
V.'ANTIID Girl for Jiousnwork, mld-d-
Ad woman to asmlut with
"klnp, 401 USth street, T'hone
: iiiMn- 123-M. 12-7-3
I-'"It PATvK Modern fl room new
in li.k Venoer Residence tin Da is
p. er.tu-: M intern 6 room New Brlok
! . n i ' w fin Ktarston avenue, terms.
T-l, : '? I'. Whiting. 12-6-6
Anyone wantlncr roomers or board
rn v.-li; S.-e assisted In sponrlnr the
.) i- V-y racing Standard Oil Com.
any F,:!pK ) mer.t iiureau, phone
.'' Whiting. 3 2-5-5
Y' i will f.'irprlsed to see how
.-. .l. k-y .,).- fcavinga grow. In a
f'-w months yon will reaiize how
much you havo helped yourself.
V.'.'-.i: iri-. !': In.cs and Loan As?'cla.
" . U-'.-l
sieassHariers
Smai! derfit v,iil hold
p.r.y purchase for
Christmzs delivery.
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145 Stats.St-
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sevral friends at a one o'clock
luncihoon and bridge at her home on
Sheridan avenue Wednesday after
noon. The Vtctrola -which was raffled off
by tfh L. O. O. M. lodge- at their
dance which, was given at the com-
nrjnlty oenter Thuraday evening,
was won 'by Don Spurrier of Oliver
street. The lucky number being
Seriea Z, 10t.
Mrs. Bob Jilwart of Sheridan ave.,
is confined to hef home with ill
ness. The Home Eoonomlo Section of
the Fortnightly Club will meet in
the Domestic Science room of the
high sohool Tuesday afternoon at 2
p. m. Therr wUl Tse a demonstra
tion of Christmas Gifts. A large
attendance is deslrdd.
A large delegation from the
Church of Christ attended the re,
vival meetings which are being con
ducted iby Rev. Snyder of the
Churchy of Christ at Indiana Har
bor. The Plymouth Aid Society of the
Congregational Church will meet at
the home of Mrs. Walter Sohrage
en Sheridan avenue Wednesday ev
ening at eight o'clock. All mem
bers are requested to be present.
Mrs. Mary X. Studebaker will en
tertain the Tri Kappa Sorority at
hf-r home on 1166 Myrtle avenue on
Monday evening. The Province
Officer who was to have been pres.
cnt at this meeting will not be pres
ent. Mrs. Of'born and son Merdlth of
Benton Harbor, Michigan, were the
guests of her sisters, Mrs. Frank
AFlson of Sheridan avenue and Mrs.
Walter Ginther of Laporte avenue,
fur a few days.
Mrs. Paul richolz f Fischrupp av
enue wai in Chicago on business on
Thursday.
Mr. P. J. Carpenter is confined to
his home on JennaylTania avenue,
with Illness,
Miss Florence Moore has been con
fined to her home on Cleveland ave.,
for the put week with lllnese.
Mre. William Shade of Laporte av
enue most delightfully entertained
the 3et To Gelhor Bunoo Club lit
her home on Wednesday afternoon.
The afternoon was epent In playing
bunoo. Prlien being awarded to
Mrs. Deroas first prize! Mxs. Bros
Jewaki, aecond: Mrs. Druick John
eon, third and Mrs. Ortler, consola
tion, aer whidh a delicious two
oourae lunoihe&n wae served Iby the
hostess.
Mrs. William Hamlin and Mrs.
W. Reed of Sheridan avenue vllted
in Hammond Thursday.
Mrs. Mary Fordyco of Schrage av
cnue who fins been confined to her
home with illness for the .past week
Is able to be up and around.
Kdward, the little sun of Mr. and
Mm, John Canner of 119th street,
who 1 on the. sick lint and under the
care jf Dr. Lauer Is Improving.
The quilt that wan raffled off at
the Barred Heart hall was won by i
Mrs. Kinll Keilman of Cleveland J
avenue. The Center Piece which i
was donated by Mrs. Frank Ba-rr, J
was won by CaMper MatBon. Mrs. j
Jos. tfcher of Sheridan avenua won
the table cover and buffet Fcarf , j
Mrs. Dorahe was the lucky winner
of the Doll Bride and Miss Lucy won :
the pretty doll which ti as donate;
hy Miss Catherine O'Rcurke. Mrs.
McDermott won the pair of Pillow
Cases which was donated by Mrs.
Campbell. Mrs. Frank Barr won
tho center piece donated by SITs. j
Jos. Kwk. Mrs. Messenbei g, win-j
nor of the table cover donated by!
Mrs. Maloney. Tho small quilt;
was won by a lady from Hammond, j
Anyone wishing to purchase ar-J
ti.lfs that were left over from the I
Christmas Market given by the
p;ymouth Club of the Congregation-)
:il Church can do so by callin- at
the homo of Mrs. Walter Schruge. ;
Wednesday evening, Dec. 1.1th.
Mrs. Ross uamoni wi.i vniei isni
the H. H. Club at her homo on 32$
Laporte avenue at a Christmas par
ty. Wednesday evening, Dec. 1 3 .
i ROBERTSDALE
FIRST EVA XGELICAL CHl'Iltll 1
of Roberts dale
II. C. Powell, pastor.
S-unday School 9:45 a. m.
Morning Sermon 11 a. m.
Junior League 2 p. m.
Children's Choir practice 3 p. m.
Senior Evangelical League 7 p. m.
livening Message 7:43.
Annual Churci Meeting Mondaj
evening 7:30.
Monthly and annual Senior League
meeting, Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.
Catechism Wednesday 4:15 p. m.
Prayer Service Wednesday at
7:30 p. m.
Young People's Choir Practice at
9:00 p. m.
Teaciher Training Friday 7 p. m.
Kverybody is welcome to the
above services. Come and feast with
us. '
The funeral of Mrs. Herman
Thiesson who passed away Thursday
morning aC nine o'clock at the St.
Bernard's hospital -In Chicago, will
be held from her home on Indianap
olis Blvd., on Monday afternoon at
1:15 at wlilCh time the Eastern Star
officers will take charge and at two
o'clock services will be preached (by
Rev. Ivy at the Methodist church
on dark street. Interment will take
place in tie family lot at Oak Hill
cemetery In Hammond.
The general meeting of the Fort
nightly Clujb met In the library last
Monday evening. The Home Eco
nomic Section taking full harge of
the evening's program which con
sisted of a "Christmas Party." which
was given for the children of mem
bers belonging to the club and was
opened by a Christmas greeting by
the newly elected President, Mrs.
U. G. Swartz, wtiloh was followed
by a program given by the children
who did their parts splendidly. Af
ter the program, the Misses Eleanore
Bcaublen. Pauline Schlechty, and
Evelyn Tharp took charge of the
games which the little folks enjoyed
very much, each child was present
ed with a j retty Christmas favor.
The room was beautlfuQly decorated
in appropriate colors. Dainty re
freshments were eerr e-d . Mre. P.
A. Peterson who is chairman of this
section with, her committee deserve
much credit for their untiring effort
In which they made this Christmas
Party a wonderful success.
The Home Economic Section of the
Fortnightly Club will meet on Tues.
day afternoon In Che Domestic Sci
ence room of the Whiting high
school where Christmas "goodies'
will be demonstrated.
Little Janett Arnor of Amy Court
Is confined to her (home by illness.
The ambulance which ran over the
little fitrocka boy of Robertsdale
was not tho amfbulance of D. P.
Owens, but belonged to a Chicago
man. Ural Mr. Owens took the lit
tle boy to the hospital in his ambu
lance after the accident.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harms of
Tiake avenue were in Chicago on
business yesterday.
Rudolph, son of Mr. and Mrs. L.
Klemni of Lake avenue has been
very ill during tho past week and
Is under the care of Dr. Tlmm.
Mrs. Jullous Klnsick of I.ake a-.
enue continues to Improve from her
recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Bam Jason of
the
to
Water Gardens are expecting
move to Hammond in the near
ture.
(Mr. end Mrs. W. Starring
Myrtle avenue and Mr. and Mrs.
fu
of II.
Stevens of Calumet avenue attended
the opening of the Tlarnon at Sixty
Third and Cottage Gwe avenue on
Wednesday evening.
Mrs. George Bader of Mvrtle av
enue was hostess to the Indies Bible
Class of the Evangelical Church of ;
Robertsdale on Thursday evening, 1
For Couqhs and Colds
Over f,r ,
67 V
ears A
of $
Success :zfj
.,- ---..-.r-.
ushnelL
after the business session of the
class a social hour followed during
which dainty refreshments were
served.
Members of the L. and M. Club of
Robertsdale and Whiting were enter
tained at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
D. P. Owens of 119th street last ev.
ening. Cards were the feuturo of
tho evening, after which a lovely
luncheon was served by Mrs. uw.
ens .
MAD BARON VHQ
WAS EXECUTED
"COMES BACK"
Superstitious Fugitives
From Siberia Think
It Maybe His "Spirit."
My Thomas Meloy
t STAFF CORRESPONDENT 1. N. SCRVICEI
l'fcKl.N..j. Dec. -"Mad" Baron
Cngern is again operating in Siberia
according to reports from frighten
ed refugees who have escaped from
the region of hostilities. others
latm that his spirit has been
resurrected and is back on earth to
'arry out Its vow for the death of
all Bolshevik!. Superstitious villag
ers in Siberia ascribe to him strange
powers before which the red forces
are hehpler.?. One man even goes
so far as to swear he saw the
"Mad" Baron executed and has now
-cen him this second time alive.
About the execution stories dif
fer. Some day ho escaped, but his
family, who came recently to In
vestigate, reached the sad conclu
sion that he had been killed.
White soldiers also shrink at the
mention of his name. 111.9 discip
line was fearful, and he meted out
punishments without mercy even
to the slightest offenders.
One of his famovlte methods -was
to compel tho soldier to remove
his breeches and sit upon a cake
of ice for hours at a time, depending
upon the seriousness of his alleged
crime. Another was to put a num
ber of men on the roof of his house
during a severe storm and to force
fhem to remain there a given time.
If they tried to come down they
were shot. These, who died from
exposure had their own weakness
to thank. So read the enur -mart ial
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an Honest quarter pound of
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DORCHESTER, MASS.
Booklet cf Choica Rulpts tenl jrtt
LITTLE TALKS ON THRIFT
By S. W. STRAUS, President
American Society for Thrift.
"THRIFT of effort is person
efficiency, which depends
largely on, one's willingness to
concentrate on
r ' I one thing at a
j s$P I ti,rie-
m the per
formance of ;
duty no mat
ter how trivi.i
it may seen
t'or?stitutc5 or,(
of the wor.
: raw backs t
; rsonal su
ces s.
Ari old'an
asje tells i
with dee;
; nth that anything worth d,
Z, is worth doing well. Ther.
no place in our projrressiv-'
nerican life today for the .slip
. '-d, careless person. Those win
rely shuffle clonsr, dodfring e:-
.; l'a! details, are out of place i;.
ur current life.
Opportunities to broaden and
vance corn's only to those who
rove their ability, step by step
(1 ere willing to take infinite
-. r:s with each thing they do.
... .ure does not endow us with
-i genius of doing big thing-
: kly and well. Progress must
acquired by diligent app'ica
ion and concentration, first upon
he seemingly unimportant task.
: d tlien on those of constant!
t. creasing consequence.
Lenrn how to do well one thing
a time. This involves not oniy
he feat of accomplishing the
infinite undertaking, but it is a
esson in accuracy as well.
The mistake often is made of
rying to do too much or of en
cavoring to advance too rapidly.
a result no forward steps are
aken, time and energy are used
:p trying to correct mistakes made
:;,der pressure of undue haste,
-,d a general condition of in
iliriency results.
Study concentration. It is
vhr.ft of energy which is just as
'-..nessary to our welfare as thrift
if money.
reports.
He was not loved. Friends say
that bullet wounds received in th
European war had unbalanced his
mind.
WESTERN GIRL TELLS
OF SMYRNA TRAGEDY
Br William G. Ceyre
STAFF CORRESPONDENT I. N. SERVICE
LOS ANjELES, I'cc. 5. Thriliin
stories of experiences during a
year's stay In famine-ridden Smy
rna that real 'like pases from the
hi.sto-y of the darkest ages were
told by JIlss Helen Cral;, pretty
Whittier girl and re'iof worker, fol
lowing her return hero recently.
Month after month, while terror
played in the ui per land; a hurried
rescue on a United States destroyer,
while death-dealing nt'.atks and
massacres reipned In Smyrna; a
trip across Kurope, the sieht oi'
the .Statue of tJberty In Xew York
Harbor.-' and home to runny South
ern California such is her story,
stripped of its interesting side
lights. Miss Craig said she had been In
Smyrna but a short time when the
-eeent onth'irst ram" the Turks'
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On this Christmas Day of 1922, perhaps, it
would be difficult for you to envision a Christmas in
future years when the grim spectre of poverty would
still the merry voices of your children, when their
stockings would be empty and the Christmas tree
only a memory of other days.
But in thousands of once prosperous homes re
verses have brought about just that change.
Perhaps the father's health has failed, and his
salary has ceased; perhaps he has come to old age
without a competence.
Perhaps his life has ended and the estate which
he thought was ample has been dissipated by un
wise investments, extravagance or incompetent
advice.
Then his family comes to that tragic Christmas
WOMAN'S PLACE
NOT IN THE RING
So BiUie Dove Concludes After
Eotit With Young Brother
J-J- .. ... rt.. A-.-
DISILLUSIONED
Billie Dove, Metro player, thought
It would be great fun to box with her
little brother. It was great fun
but not for Biliie.
Billie Dove, talented player, who
portrays the leading lemtcine role
in the Irrin V. Willat production
for Metro of "All the Brothers
Were Yaiiant," has learned that
woman's place is not in the ring
at least, not in the prize ring-.
Miss Dove learned thi3 after
satisfying an ambition to put on
the boxing gloves with her younger
brother. The youngster planted
cme on Miss Dove's eye ard cried
out: "That was a slip. I didn't
mean it, Eiiiie honest."
"The weddine riag is well enough
; women, but the prize ring
. cr," is Miss Dove's last word
on the subject. From now on, she
will be content with watching the
fight scenes in "All the Brothers
Were Valiant," which is being pic
turized from Ben Ames Williams'
rowerfal sea story of the same
r-?me.
objection to the teaching of Chris
tianity, and the seemingly never
ending fciego- that followed.
Ju.st when hope of rescue for
several hundred Americana fceetned
farthest away there came the res
cue ship, according to Miss Craig.
Thi? refugees were taken to Athens
and later wended their way across
Europe to France and then to
America,
The first woman's club in the
United States was founde din Boston
k.v M-irehlsnn ir. 153S.
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Try it
Fiea yourself from your
cough and your cold. Dis
egreeatle pHem cleared
away; scratchy, tender
membranes soothed; cough
checked; cold broken up.
Now -today ask your drug
gist for
D?,.KJNG'S dix
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WHITING INSURANCE
AGENTS ASSOCIATION
American Trust & Savings Bank.
Citizens' Company.
T. B. Cerajewski.
Waldo B. Jennings.
R. S. Sprinpgate.
Russell F. Smith.
"STILL" UNEARTHED
50 FT. UNDERGROUND
INTERNATIONAL' NEWS SERVICE
ATLANTA, Ga Dec. S The "un
earthing" of a giant whiskey dis
tillery, fifty feet below the surface
of the ground. accessible only
th-ough a well by rope ladder, on
a farm near here broke all records
for the unusual in the unt.als of
whiskey squad of the county police.
The discovery was brought about
when the owner of the farm re
paired the top of the old wllshaft.
Police thought It strange t mm.
old well was fo carefully Hided
and began an investigation. They
lowered themselves by the rope
ladder and discovered a tunnel In
the Fide of the we!! about fifty
feet below the surface. Through
this they went and . suddenly
dropped Into the underground
room.
The room was about fourteen
feet square. In which was installed
a plxty-gallon still from which a
big run had Jnst ben made.
hundred gallons of beer, ferment
ing and In preparation for another
run, also was there.
A r'pe from the still waa extend
ed underground to a point tinder
the farmhouse, where it was con
nected with tho chimney, letting
the Emoke out of this orderly pas
pa p-e.
The discovery of the under
ground distillery was accompanied
by the arrest of W. C. Whitner
owner of the farm, and C. J. Camp,
said to be an employe of Whitner
The Pope's dally average of let
ters Is 22.000, and these are dealt
with bv twpnty-ilv secretaries.
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Day, when they find that a "sorrow's crown of sor
rows is remembering happier days."
Yet this need never happen in your home.
Life insurance can be taken today to provide
whatever may happen to your other investments
a regular monthly income when you are too old
to work, the continuance of ycur salary if you are
no longer physically able to work, a steady monthly
check for your loved ones, if death has taken you
from earthly labors.
What more magnificent gift could you make to
your wife and children than to present them on this
Christmas Day with an Income Insurance Policy
that would be a living testimonial throughout the
years of your desire that they should never know
the doubly keen tragedy of poverty on this supreme
holiday of peace and love and remembrance, or
any other day?
Bank of Whitir.r;.
Central State Bank.
First Trust & Savings Bank.
Casper Matson.
Charles S. Perel.
Chas. D. Gainer.
INDIANAI'OUI', Ieo. 9. (By J
S.) Although tiie coming sessio
the Indiana general assembly 1
be known as the Seventy-third,
reality, according to Charles
Kettleboroueh, director of the
I'iana legislative reference burcav.
is only the seventy-second.
EVANSVILX.E. Dec . (I. 14
George Ersiilng. after thirty yefl
work for the C. and 12, L rallrl
here, was preparing to move 1
the new home with his fair
which had been built, with his
savings, for Christmas. He
crushed to death recently in
; ards while under a cut of cars
t . .-.ft inT them.
New Method Of
Reducing F
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producing a elim, trim figure
meeting with astonishing aucc-;
j-hls system, which lias made
a wonderful impression over th
must be the Marmola Prescript
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is .-afe to f ay that we have noth
b- tter for this purpose In this co:
try. Anything that will roduea
excess fiesh steadily and easily v.
out injury to the stomach, tha Cit
ing of wrinkles, the holp of ex
cis:ng or dieting, or interfere
with one's nieaia is a mighty
portant and useful addition to c
ilization's necessities. Ju?t sue:
catalogue of good results follow
use cf these pleasant harmless p
economical little fat reuuears.
say eeonomieal because Marmola i
scription Tablets (made In aceo
anr.e with the famous Marmola I"
scription) can be obtained of i
drugjris" the world over or from
Marmoia Company, 4612 Woodw.
ave., Detroit. Mich., for one d.;'
a case, which is a decided ecoiiu:
cal price, considering the nun.
of tablets each case contains. Ti
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