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50th Y Of Marriage Special News Correspondent), t Angeles. Cal.. Jan. 1.--On De- er 21, 1881, Mr. Perry A. Hills I Miss Emma Newlin were united rriage h ML Pulaski, Illinois. :eremony being performed by e Nieholson. Montay. Dec:ember 21. 1%1. in dere Gardens, Los Angeles. Cali- , Mr. and Mr.. Perry A. Hills rated ttleir G(,hten Wedding An- Sary in tle Odd Fellows ttalt. en house was ield at their home. Cratian Street, in the afternoon, 8 o&apos;clock in the evening the ceIebrati(m was held hall. Arriving at the festivities the grand march : d. comIosed of family and .......... Ids, and the bride and 50 years were led to the' the we,'hling bell. j I . pULASKI, LOGAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS,  JANUARY 8, 1932 ................ .............................. __ as Seventy-Second Congress Opened ,v history was read, in l  -wntioned their marriage l aski. Illinois and of (hot t ,/two sons. Otto S. and Mur-[ |ills both of whom are also rest- ' Scene in the hou representatives at the opening of ttJe Seventy-second congress. Rev. James Sbers Mont- of Los Angeles. Among those i gomery, chaIdain of tuse , Is delivering the prayer. nt, who are known and formerly in Pnla00k00 ,vo00e: .,It and M Hoover's Presents Made From Stills Otto S, Hills. daughter Muriel, on, Gerald Hills. wife, and hters Jacque!ine and Jo An(., and Mrs. Murray Hills, Mr. and Fred A. Baumann and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCabe McCabe as formerly Kit Y) aud de l:-t,r and Mr. an:t ] Oscar R Hu-k. In all, there I about 150 present. The even-I !as :tent in entertainment, in t rig, and good odd viqts [ i .... nner was served about mid-t and was served by the Re-| --although the cakes and the i 's Were prepared by the bride v years--euough said. for when ,oks them they are cooked! Y beautiful gifts were receiv- q many jok,s were played on 7ul)le---but it yell kvw ttem m rest assured they were on- and ?,h's. Perry A. ttills are en- ex-ellvm health and were the he par::, Perry attributes )d health u) his early life in the fresh air blown over the tilaski hill. and in keeping O*'er th Young folks when he ght watcl, as there were al- flenty on the streets at all of the rdght to keep him a'Ymma (Mrs. Hills) says she Ways so busy remembering *f wh-,. I}<Ie =vre born am! hey die(t that she forgot to and that their early asso- Were so nice that she ha,, but pleasant memories of ff COUrse their life in Call- can't be anything Ifut pleas- they surely have many good Which was proven at this edding occasion. And they erring of the best wishes " extended them. 0dy that can battle along for s are certainly an example of i meaning of the word marri- rye. honor and obey." 's Note:So many Mr. Pulas- le know Mr. and Mrs. Perry so well that the above ae- :' their recent golden wedding tary wilt Drove very interest- hem. Mr. and Mrs. Hills re- Nt. Pulaski a number of then moved to Lincoln, Hills Was engineer at the dlows" Orphans' Home for lae. Their next move was to 'eles. where they have been several years. Mrs. Hills were Squire and Mrs. S. H. long-time residents of Mt. rove article calls to mind the the Mt. Pulaski Weekly its issue of Friday, October Friends of Mrs. Ht iloover who receive hcautiful candlesticks as Christmas presents no donbt would be |nrprised if they knew the material fr-m vl ch the gifts are n,,le once wus a hooth,gger's distilling plant. The boys at ',)'alter Rdl,sl,ital. where tl,, can,ll,,<lM:s w,.re am,l,,. 0tain practically all their COl)per from the prohibition bnreau. Th,to:traph hows (,no xeloran rilllillZ lid Ihe "worm" xvhic]l a short time ago dripped c(,rn liq.- r. , bile anott s the final touches on another h.tder. Miss Irwz Dorlarul, an aide of the ltospltal, 111 1 with the ker VETERAN TEXAS HUNTER WAS FORMER MT. PULASKIAN Judge Albert Muldoon. veteran Short Letter Fort Parillinoia" January. 1932. Mr. Pulaski Week- News. \\; m. Sch00tz Writes 0000rZ00er and sportsman, back from se,- Itral days' stay on the coast of the To The/00ws ou,, o, Mo,,00o as a guest oI,V. W. Boyd at Corpus Christi. presented the Decatur Messenger editor witq samples of his "kill." wild ducks, a,t oming just as the season was dos- tng, we thoroly enjoyed the feast. "Had the time of my life down here. and plenty of good shooting," Comes From News Notes of Interest in Local Field NO. 20. Miss Annetta Rlgdon of Lincoln visited in the city from Saturday to Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Harper. Mrs. Charles Wo:)ds, living near the French's Chapel church northwest of the city, who has keen sick, is ahle to be about again. William Conaway of Waynesvill came to ML Pulaski Saturday for a Mrs. Frank Smith was a visitor in visit of several (lays with his sister, iDecatur Saturday. Mrs. Frank Tribbett. Miss Doris Fuiten was a visitor in Miss Lucille Lamar, of Indlanapo- Springfiehl Monday. Its, Indiana, visited southwest of the Otis 1). Medford made a business city (luring tle holidays with her- 'trip to Springflehl Saturday. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Lamar. Art Miller, emI)loyed at the Illinois Sir. antl Mrs. Preson Benbow and Central station, was a visitor in little son Jimmie, of Chicago, visited Chicago New Year's day. in th( city (luring the holidays with her l)arents, o Mr. and Mrs, Robert I. Mike Kautz returned home Sunday l.e:. morning from a land business trip f ,to Cleveland, Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Dan IngrcTn left Men* (lay evening for their home i I,oe!-~ Jacob I)anner, Jr., of Decatur, vis- port, Illinois, after a visit s;nc.e Near ited in the city Sunday with his par Year's day with her brother, Jess eats, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Danner, Sr. tL Stuart, and family. Mrs. Mary E. Lucas was a guest Miss Alice Dwyer, of Springfield, at tile home of Roy. and Mrs. Win. visited (luring the holidays several N. King on New Year's eve at a six miles west of the city with her par- o'clock dinner, ents, Mr. anti Mrs. James Dwyer. Mrs. Fred J. Roth spent Saturday Miss Dwyer is a graduate nurse. at the Methodist hospital in Peoria Everybody gets the "Razzberry" In with her sister, Mrs. Ted Duff, of the feature-length Laurel and Hardy Lincoln vicinity, comedy, "Pardon Us," to be seen at Mr. and Mrs. Russell Miles, of Chi- the Mr. Pulaski Theatre Friday and cage, visited in the city during part Saturday nights, January 8th and of the holidays with her parents, Mr. 9th. and Mrs. John Vetter. Miss Maurine llumphreys Of Mtl- Mr. and Mrs. llerman Hahn, Jr., of waukee, Wisconsin. visited dud Lawndate, motored to Mr. Pulaski the holidays with her parents, Mr." Sunday and visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I). C tlumphreys, who live :and Mrs. Hernru liahn, Sr. in the; French's Chapel neighborhood northwest of the city. I Mrs. Art Miller, daughter Marion, and son lti(:hard, visited in Decatur Mrs. Adam Walker )nd daughter ISaturday with her husband's parents, Miss I,ouise and Mr. and Mrs. .a.x- iMr. and Mrs. William Miller. thor Walker and baby daughter, o : I,incoln, motore:l to Mt. Pulaski Sun; Mr. anti Mrs. Prank Guntern went day anti visited relatives. Mr. an(l l to I)et:atur Saturday morning and Mrs. Richard T. Harper. l visited for a few (lays with their (laugiter, Mrs. Ehner ,Vaddell, and Dr. and Mrs. Emmett Baker ! family. VCeeksbury, Kentucky, were in the city during holiday time Miss Marie Doran returned Men- his un(de, Jesse It. Stuart, and clay rnoning to Sl)ringfield after a ily. They had come to Decatur visit sin.,,e New Year's clay with her ,visit Dr. Baker's mother, Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Baker, l)oran. Mrs. Margaret Smith anti son M!ss tlelen Turley returned to her ard, and Leslie Smith, of Oak home in Springfield Nw Year's day a Chirago sburb, motored to morning after a holiday visit with laski and visited during l 1 er grandIarents, Mr. anti Mrs. tier- holidays with relatives, man tlahn. Tomlinson. and Mr. anl Nrs. Arthur Woodrum on Will Smith New Year's day motored to Veeders- Mrs. Henry brag, Indiana, taking home his moth- Miss Sarah Rotramel, residing sever- er. Mrs. Bert Woodrum, who had al miles east of Mt. Pulaski. over in been visiting here a couple of (lays. Austin township, Macon county, were Miss Reva Voile left Sunday for dinner guests last Saturday of Mrs. New Athens, in southern Illinois, to Mary E. Lucas at her home on North resume her teaching duties in the Spring street. High School after a holiday visit All members of Central Rebkll east of the city with her mother, Mrs, Lodge No. 313 having birthdays la Celia Voile. the month of January are urged to l Louis Weckel returned to Chicago attend the next regular lodge meeting [Sunday, where he has a teaching DO- to be held on Friday evening, sition, after a holiday vacation visit ary 14th. as a good time is several miles southeast of the city planned in their honor. / i with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Wallace Cowan, lii'ing about .George Weckel. . five miles south of Mt. Pulaski, has Miss Lorena Vetter, who spent the returned to her home following a iheliday vacation here with her par- stay of several ceeks west of the -[ll |] | T'|_ l_y. tents, Mr. and Mrs. John Vetter, left city with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. ]1{ Sunday night for Wausau, Wisconsin, John Kersdmer. Mrs. Cowan ha tja l,t..kJtto resume her teaching duties in the been sick, bu t is now much improved. "-- I Vocationa High School. [ Viilll (:. Purvtane wlt host at IL S. S. Black Hawk. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Lamkins. of h oose dinner served Sunday h Manila. Philippine Islands. i Champaign, who were New Year's January 3d. at the R. Bertoni restau, December 3, 1931. :day guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Gil- rant. His guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mt. Pulaski, lllibta toted Judge Muhloon. He admitted , '(hr ...... ,  uabDsme:rrviptrymnd!:S hh n:Nee: eai !:leni/i!hlf. Ga.:::P21:: ! M :: )EUldka:ir{ll:: find ,2.?0 ! !i !::i:;!:;/iya :wMi''h P:; Mr.andWebsterandMrs'Mrs.Purviance'c" R.claldeOilehrlSt,w.f Decatur,of Mr. per, as it tells meo mucbout the "-  . _ --- for renewal of .%y-' . amuel C. Dawson went to Mrs. Albert Shellhammer and raessenger ecatur Texa The News ................ L people amongst Worn I lhd for so ' ' l t tncoln-ldonday morning to make a Emmltt. manv years. It bles  ta trees Mt. Pulaski ts the ohl home city I xvo ,,  -- . [short visit with her sister, Mrs. Eu- 2 In Detroit, Michigan, oil December mzormea" " " .... oz an e ent,o=" ..... ,ho -' _ud'eo Albert Muldoon, and he has __'' ....... .2 an Francisco, California, gene Sheer, betng the first motor bus 5, 1931, Christmas day, occurred ttte^'^ ==ce' ..... o * ..... nn--  ....... manV oood friends her_ that will be on uctooer utl /or Manila, arriving passenger, as the new bus service marriage of Miss Mildred . ^ .....   (1 L glad to learn that he had a suc.cess- hereonNovember 5th. Came acros ,commenced operation that morning. Thomas Beaty, both "of fa:rl;%ot" heallgnld; i:: ::ful delka hk?ntllgrtr;p-m tCanCt ;et: e Lth:rS'L,181:rl Laurel and Hardy Comedies used to parsonage of a Methodist "Mt  route we stopped one day each in end too soon their first feature- church. Mr. and Mrs. Beaty ery day. Althougquite Itty during this season, owing to the open win- Honolulu. Hawaiian Island, Yoke- length comedy, "Pardon Us." gives aide in I)etroit. The bride Is a da notthe haveSpringmuchand Sqmertqo in mgthS,he  ,_..I do ter conditions, and the curtailment hama and Kobe. Japan, Shanghai and you featuredength laughs. See these ter of Mr. and Mrs. August C Bai- time I have chi e of h . , of the gth of the duck hunting comedians at the Mt. Pulaski Theatre tels living about five miles northwest --^v ^ hr  in "h  . e p,CmCperiod" Judge Albert Muldoon has "-"   "=:  umme. and it is .... a very busy plact four sisters hvmg in Mt, PulaskL Mrs. Mary E. Lucas, Mrs, E. C. Nolan. The weather hbeen cery mild Mrs. Robert N. Jones and Mrs. here so far this "-ter, wi:h very lit-Lorah Z. Lipp. printed a picture of "Five tie freezing weat.  el ine ONehnthe Ne-linof Annapolis,Family':' toil: au?::: i, Ie:ummm2eta vItUMl$S EE-TH BICKNELL )Cturl were ' the foIlowlng, all of my old frie MARRIED IN SEPTEMBER tdl Miss Elizabeth B(knell a former hyath92 )'ears old at that I am located alLhe Ger1an Old ": ,   . e grandmother of Peoples' Home i.r^. Par u - -.- IMt Pulaski Township High School : qure Sargeant H. New-burb of Chicago ......  =" arts'dent, and a daughter of John .=r of Mrs Hills) who passed I Hoping all of September 5, 1914, at the aIIi my friends ilML y of ThepulaskiNews andare 1Irs Hills when she lived in well. I wish them Happy and Pro- Mrs. Perry A, Hills, subject! iove article; Otto S. Hills |/'erus New Yea Gera Id. You'truly ' - " 1 'VI|A M SCHULTZ. ASKI FARMERS, GRAIN [ -------. ELEVATOR CO. MEETING 'MT. PULASEK/RDER SDCHggLBER 'enty-Eighth Annual Meet. i t e Stockholders of the ML Followin is [armers Grain &  ,,, ...... g t leport of the Mr. [ held at 2 n m ur^El=-_" ruiasi uraae 1 for the month r0, 1932 at" the";; of December, giV| the per cent of s in Mr. Pulaski, Illinois, e?ndaesindlarade. and num- I rpse of electing three Di- ; . . ra ter of three years. A' Fifth _rade., nce, 98,91 l Year's business will be per cent; ardines e will be open i Fourth Grade:- 98 7 may properly per cent; ure ! Second ance, 98.] Secretary. i per cent; Dec. 19, 193L l Seventh Grade: 97.8 per cent; Sixth Grade: 96.29 rlnc/pa] of per cent; d t High School, of Third Grade: 96.19 s Ammcia- per cent; I held ia First Grade: ,per cent; i E,hth Jan. 8th and 9t per cent; Bicknell. of Lincoln Illinois, and Dean Cutlip, son of Mr. and Mrs. Villiam Cutlip, also of Lincoln, were united in marriage on September 5, 1931. in Edwardsvilte. Illinois. the ceremony being performed by Roy. Tappmeyer. Pastor of the German Methodist church of that city. The marriage of this young couple was kept a secret until holiday time, when announcement was made by the bride's father. Mr. Cutltp and wife are both grad- uates of the Lincoln Community High School. members of the Class of 1939. The groom is attending the Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloom- ington, and is a member of the Sig- ma Chi fraternity. Mr. Cutlip was an active participant in athletics at Lincoln Community Hl gh School, and s now a prominent member of the Wesleyan athletic activities. The young couple are residing in Bloom- ins(on. .O Mrs. Rena Drobisch, daughter Miss Kathleen. and sons Mitchell and Edison. motored to Mt Pulaski and ad Ha in Shanghai and Cheefoo, China. Pulaski were Mr. and Mrs Richard My adddress ts--Ch. Math. Troy N. T. Harper. Mrs. Acres and Mr. Har- Reynolds. IL S. S. Black Hawk, care per are sister and brother. Postmaster, Seattle, Washington. 1 Miss Lola Perkins left Saturday Mrs. Reynolds joins me in wishing for her home in Indianapolis, Indiana, yourself and all our old Mt. Pulaski following a holiday visit with her friends a Merry Christmas and Hap- brotherln]aw. Willis W. Snyder, and py New Year. sons Joe and Walter. Miss Perkins Yuu ...... .,u,.,; ..... '-" ,is an instructor in the Indianapolis TROY N. REYNOLDS. iManual Training High School. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds, daughter  Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hahn and Marjorie, and son Donald, who were daughter Miss Lola visited In Spring- located in San Diego, California, field New Year's day with their were in Mt. Pulaski in June, and vis- ited several miles southeast of the city with her sister. Mrs. Ira Howe. From here they went to Wisconsin and spent several days with Mr. Rey- nolds' folks, making this trip on ac- count of their leaving in the fall for the Philippine Islands. Mrs. Rey- nolds was formerly Miss Litlie Leap- ley, of Mr. Pulaski. The children are with their parents, and are at- tending school in Manila. O NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS ner, those present being Miss Luciil Lamar, of Indianapolis, Indiana; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Berry and sons Dean land Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Elvis and daughters Beatrice and living southwest of Mt Pulaski; Lucille Berry, and Mr. and Mrs Wil* liam Burrts, of Mt. Pulaski. t Mrs. Walter D. MacAllister, of Ar ,kansas City, Kansas, in sending her i subscription renewal to The News. says in part: "Tha News is a I- come visitor each week. and I have especially enjoyed the letters from daughter, Mrs. William Hodson, and the long ago friends that have bmn husband, who ga'e a New Year's din- publlehed during recent months, Beat ner. Others present were Mrs. Jes-Fwishes to you and your families for a sic Turley and daughter Miss Helen, ;Happy aud Prosperous New Year." who reside in Springfield. | Mrs. MacAlliater was formerly Ml |Medora Seyfer, of Mt. Pulaski. She Mrs. Samuel Lynn Beidler and lives at 502 North Second Street, At- daughter Mary Lynn returned Sunday i kansas City, Kansas. to their home in Chicago following] _ . a holiday visit with her husband's [ At the nome of Mr. and Mrs. Su- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rell C. Beidler geue K. ConnolIey and son ank- and in Lincoln with her sister. Mrs'. lln, Kenneth and Richard, on Stanley Bowen. Mr, Beidler went Vine street, on New Year's back to Chicago the day before New, dinner was given, the event i Yqar's day. You are hereby notified that an Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Melster and Annual Meeting of the Stockholders daughter Mary Frances departed the of the Tomlinson Siding Farmers' first of last week on an automobile Co-operative Company wlll he held trip to Los Angeles, California, to in the City Hall in the City of Mt. remain until the first part of May, visited from New Year's day to Sun- Pulaski. Illinois, at 2 p. m., Saturday, and where Mary Frances will con- 94.23 day with the former's sister, Mrs. January 16, 1932, for the purpose of tinue her school studies. They were John M. Rothwell. and family, and electing Directors and the transac- accompanied on the trip to the Pa- r 94.0 alo Mrs. Flura Mitchell. Theyleft tlon of other proper business. [ciflc coast by a young man from De- their Chicago home Sunday. ]ECK. Secretary. catur. Those present dinner were Mr. Miller and miles east Mrs. Albert ehroth. : Norman, east  the l er, Mr. and