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secured a divorce from his wife, for-
merly Maxine Jessup.
Mr. Elmer Pickrell is running a sec-
ond-hand store in Westville. He says
he owes all of his business success to
his wife, formerly Vera Olson.
Mr. Edgar Vifhitman is a lion tamer
in Africa. He is catching and taming
lions for the C. 8x H. Circus, of which
Margaret Cleveland and Margaret
Hawk are the owners. Edgar says he
is very much satisfied with his pro-
Mr. Charles Yates is now hunting
big game, with his wife, in Africa.
Mrs. Yates was formerly Eva Al-
kire, of Hoopeston, Ill.
Eudora Bishop, Alice Blackwell
and Evellyn Brougher are doing pro-
fessional dancing under the direction
of Myrtle Bunch.
Kathleen Campbell is running a
hardware store for her husband, Law-
rence Morrison, who is on a fishing
trip near Cedar Rapids, Mich.
Marguerite Dilley has become, a
great toe dancer and has a contract
for ten years with one of New York's
best musical comedies.
Cora Belle Mathews, Mary Lee
Mathews, Maxine Hamilton, Laura
Potts and Lois Poyner have estab-
lished the Come-in Hotel and Dining
Room. They report a wonderful
Frances Kohncke and Barbara
Munn are telephone operators in the
Cheneyville Telephone Company,
Cheneyville, Ill. They say they have
such a big business that they have
time to read three or four books each
Gladys Riggs and Ellen Tullis will
establish a beauty parlor in the heart
of Chicago, Ill. They will always have
a rushing trade, but will never marry.
-Tom Merritt, '29.
Cora Bell Mathews
Mary Lee Mathews
Helen T rego
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L- about his schoolmates from Hoopes- Mr- Lorenzo Long and MY- Russell 'Ei
ton High School, Hoopeston, IH., Newburn are proprietors of a pros- IE
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ji his wife assist him in his work. His liard Table. Company. Mr. McClure ,Beg
wife was formerly Elizabeth Bennett. gives exhibitions for the benefit of his gfj l
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if Duncan are traveing Sa esmen Or States Mint. He now casts pennies if'
the Ch3I'19S'f0U Music QOHIDHHY- MF- for Uncle Sam instead of in Hoopes-
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lr, of the latest steps ln the Chaneston. stories for the Norris-Nelson Moving 'T 5
fgli Mr. Maxwell Hamilton and Mrs. Picture Company. Mr. John Nelson
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comedy. Mrs. Hamilton is making a pnctures.
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l-l. H. . Bughouse Fables
Vol. X No. 40 APRIL 33, 1933 Issued Today and Everyday
New Candidate For Nlaym'
WAKELAND'S CORNER T0
nooPEs1'oN 'ro HAVE NEW PERSONALS HAVE NEW MAYOR!
Miss Claire Cardiff. former stu-
dent at Hoopeston High, has been
appointed city matron by Mayor
Creamer. The new matron's duties
will be to patrol the city streets
after the curfew has sounded, and
round up every mother's son
found loitering around the streets.
Miss Cardiff is very capable of
handling these 12 o'clocks and it
is hoped she will help to cure the
youngsters of their roaming habits.
BOARDER KILLS HIS LAND-
Because she served hash and fried
onions every other day, Mr. Howard
Musson today stabbed Miss Edna
Rcgowski, his landlady. The sad
event took place at supper lrst eve-
ning when Mr. Musson came home
and found the aforesaid menu. The
murdered woman and the murderer
were beth members of the class of
'26. The deed was done--Contim
uezl on page 30, column 8.
GREAT ATHLETIC TRIUMPH
Fred Poland and Keith Vines
F Poland and Keith Vines bore
the Blue and White to victory in
the annual iiapjack contest held in
the new gym at the Hoopeston High
School. Their teamwork was per-
fect, Keith holding his false teeth
in cne hand and a pan in the other
showed remarkable skill. Freddie
would catch them and mix them up
so cleverly that the judges could not
detect a single Haw. The casting
of the tlapjacks was very fine and
H. H. S. has a team to be proud of.
LICENSE TO WED
Percy Fenwick, age 20, Hoopes-
ton: Thelma Hoskins, age 17,
Glenn Bell, age 18, Hoopestong
Helen Hamilton, age 17, Hoopeston.
Truel Lindgren, age 18. Paxton:
Evelyn Dazey, age 17, I-Ioopeston.
Red Grange visits in Hoopeston.
Shakes hands with Ada Reitz.
Misses Katherine Frantz, Loy-
ette Sparks, Margaret Harlan and
Richolene Hughes have returned
home from a week-end camping
trip at Lake Vermilion near Dan-
Keith Vines hns returned to West
Baden, Ind, where he will join the
Sello Floto circus, after spendini
the past months with parents and
Pupils to take lessons in the art
cf turning up eyelids. S1.00 per
Scott Ingle, Jr.
I will not be responsible for any
debts contracted by my wife.
TOO LATE T0 CLASSIFY
Wanted-Experienced dish washer.
H. H. S. Cafeteria.
Wanted-A wife-education not
necessary. Must cock and take care
of her own toothbrush.
Don Ekvall, E q.
LOST AND FOUND
Lost-The January 17th number
of the Literary Digest. If found
please do not lcok inside. Finder
return to Arnold Alkire.
Found--A leather pocketbook on
Main street with a quarter in it.
I HAVE SPENT THE QUARTER
FOR THIS AD. The owner may
have the Docketbook by calling at
my home. A Friend.
Lost-Duofold fountain pen by
Picayune editor half full of green
gik.X Return and received reward.
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Miss Elizabeth Adsit has assumed
new duties. She is now helping col-
lect old clothes for the poor.
Mr. Scott Ingle, prominent citizen
of Wakeland's corner, announces
his candidacy for mayor. He will
be rcmcmbered as a former mem-
ber of Hoopeston High-class of
'26l Mr. Ingle is a staunch advo-
cate of clean politics and announces
that he stands "for the people and
against the public." It is also an-
nounced that he intends to rid
Wakeland's Corner of fake slot ma-
chines and Florida tourists.
RECKLESS DRIVER FINED!
Vernon Willingham was brought
before Justice of the Peace Reed
Rudy this morning and fined 815.00
anfbcosts. He was charged with
driving at an excessive rate of
speed, and said something that
sounded like "sosyouroldman" when
officer Leach told him he was
pinched for speeding.
Willingham. said that it was his
last offense, and when his police
court record was examined it was
found to he true, so the case was
YOUNGSTER CARRIES OFF
Otto Donaldson starred in the
track meet held here on Decem-
ber 25th. It is understood that the
tracks were presented to Otto by his
Parents as a Christmas gift.
NOTED DOCTORS ABROAD!!!
Doctor Ogdon and Dr. Baltz,
former Hoopeston boys now re-
siding in New York City, have been
Called 10 EUPODE to examine the
MOST RECENT FRACTURE of
the Prince of VVales. The noted
doctors will be remembered as ac-
tive members in Hoopeston High
ROME, Italy. April 29, 1933.--An
attempt to assasinate Mussolini was
made by an American, Tuck Cream-
911 but the Italian Premier suc-
ceeded in escapini-I by climbing a.
llght post. The would-be assassin
was Finally subdued by 'the League
of Nation's Army.
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