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The Home Newspaper With Nearly 3000 Readers Each Week within the Trade|Territory oi Mt. Pulaski . MT. PULA00SKI ]'IMES VOLUME XXIX Mr. PULASKI. LOGAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS THURSDAY JANUARY 14, 1932 , i j NUMBER 25 [ COl I 111 "The ore- ago. who be- York aid to Eo date. ng that in the of the of COn- it ke great- tas ever York debut lover. by the Frank MllJan E at Tuesday, nights, i Satur will be exciting January will 'be Rise." Clark Ga- further ces were orn, 28c;  J,mm,lulsm nd daugh- visitors In 00ELL KNOWN 00st000N00s away L DR. E. C. NOLAN the unexpected death of Dr. E. Nolan which occurred in his home his city at 3:50 o'clock oa Stur- moraing Jaa. 9, 1982, Mt. Pulaski m oae of its best known citizens the medical profession of one of  hono members. Scores of , rsons in and near this city will ! him because of the fact that i ny persisted in going to him for, !edical advise even though he had MT. PULASKI PLAYS LINCOLN RIGH SCHOOL The BasketbaLl game between Lin- coln High School and Mr. Pulaski High will be played in Lincoln next Tuesday night. Tie_kets on sale at the ML Pulaski High school office; next Monday and Tuesday. If bought il in advance from the high school here] they can be obtained for 25 for I school children and 35c for adults.[ If bought in Lincoln on the night [ of the game they will cost you fP0 ..:s each. WON "CORN PRINCESS" In addition to winning back the nit the active practice of medicine t ,,Corn Princess" honor after losing everal years ago. Dr. Nolan was it a year ago, Logan county also aly accessible and his ommel and'won numerous other awards at the gelp.ful opinion though often sought annual utility corn show held in con- as given freely in his blunt and inection with the Farm and Home y way. lweek at the University of Illinois. :Dr Notan had not maintained an,l Miss Caroline Mountjoy of Atlan- town office for several years, most ta was named Corn Princess when f his time being passed with his i her ten ear sample scored 74.5. ooks at home. He, however, never Rentschler Bros. of Chestnut and ailed until the last few days of his H. C. Pech of Atlanta scored fourth to make daily  regular trilm land fifth respectively in the ten acre the post otrme and the vwstand yield contest tall and erect figure was faro- to everyone in the community. Emmanuel Cross Nolan whose per- .s, Thomas and Mary Dunnuck ban, came from Ohio and settled r Elkhart, was born Nov. 28, 3 at Spring Bank in I.gan Couno md was aged 78 years, 1 mouth i { 12 days at the time of his death. was the last member of the faro- three brothers and one sister pre- lug him in death. Ie received his early education in public schools and then attended leytt at Bloomington. Later he Rush Medical College where rived his degree. Afta lesvlzlg ege, he mvured  in a store in Livoh and it was tus mmnged that he began Other Logan county awards in the ten ear division follow: Ten ears yellow: 5th Oscar Mount- joy, Atlanta; 7th, John I)anaher, Fancy Prairie. Peck shelled corn, adult: 1, Alex Hobiit, Atlanta. Ten ears yellow, junior: 1at, Car oline Mountjoy, Atlanta; 5th, Kard Wessbecher, Mt. Puiki; 7th ette Stoll, Chestnut; 10th Russell Miller, FAkhart. I Peek shelled corn, junior: 4th Evo erette Stoll, Chestnut Mrs. William Vandeventer, North Spring St., is ill 'ding up a pratedee in M Pula Members of St.. John's gv. Luthe trivs /m lineointo an  held their amm on lut tmhy "halfa,af when the foilowt thumb m, his  Ires lm Iml w eteeted for the ensuing ymr: community. Finaneid Secretary--Miss VhIs Nelan'u first wife wa Miss I Drobisch. Drobiscl Eva up who passed away 5o years .go. They hid one I Treunrr--A. F. /pp. Eleanor who paseed away H. W. Schemer. her teerm, About 30 yars ago he Deecon---J. T. Downing. s married to Mrs. Margaret D - Elder--J. P. Waddell. er who with one stepson, A.F. OrganistMrs. Fern Stuart. lsaver and one sep grandson, Assistant Organist--Mrs. Pearl Dillsaver survive. He was so Glose. nly interested in the education of Holdover members of the church grandson who is a student at the council are W.F. Binder, W. B. ersity of Illinois, that a few Jenner, Gustave Drobisch, F.W. ago he took up the study of Meister, W. M. Drobisch and H. P. with him and acquired an Suedmeier. The council will organize stendable reading knowledge of at their next regular meeting. I language. During the past year have been carrying o s emrre MRS. CLARA MARY KAPPER in Spanish. Possessed of a Funeral services for Mrs. Clara KNOW ! The nmmive gates of Cireumstmws Are tura upon the smallwt hin And thus some seemln@ chance lines at the close d 1981 w almost Oft giv our ]Le its Ift, st-t/ ! 1,000 miles more than the erths o imeorpamtiom for the Univutty of  k 18M. The first Illinois tat Fair was held at Springfield, October 1-4, 1858. The combined mileage of Illinotg gas mains and lectrie tramentmion The trifles of our daily lives, ' The common things scarce worth recall, 'Whereof no visible trace survive, These are the mainsprings, after alL DEATH OF RELATIVE Mrs. T. A. Scroggin received w;,rd on Wednesday of the death of Geo. M. Carson which occu in his cite at the equator. | Since admission into the Union, Illinois has had five Capitol build- lugs; throe wer built at Vandalia and two at SpringflM. Owning slaves was prohibited in Illinois as early as 1888. At the outbreak of the Civil War, Illinois produced the equivalent of brilliant mind he has alway a great reader and was his recreation and he de- d to master difficult problems, er intellectual or mechanical. Se- years ago when Dr. and Mrs. in acquired their first automo- ! he became intensely interested he mechanical prt of it so he up the study of the motor and not long before he ktlew the and wherefor of every part of agine. nver of the out-doors and of he enjoyed many happy hours walks in the timber and in funeral services were held at on Monday afternoon at the hoe conducted by Rev. H. of the Methodist church. E. sang "Lead Kindly Light", With Me" and "Jesus, Saviour." were T. A. Serog- A. Allalmeh, R D. Aitehison, Connolley, L. F. Same and W. Schafer. Burial was in cemetery. bearers were: Mi Flora Miss Minnie Hershey, D. Aitchison, Mrs. F. J. Roth Carl Lipp. those from out of town the funeral were: Champaign; Miss MaD- Kapper who died in her home home in Bellflower on that day fol- about 4 miles southwest of Mt. Pula- lowing a lingering illness. ki at 6 o'clock Saturday morning Decedent who was 61 years of age, Jan. 9, 1932, were held at 9:30 o'clock was cashier of the Bellflower Ex- Monday morning Jan. 11, in St'change Bank for 25 years, retirit Thomas Aquinas Catholic ciure about 10 years ago because of his conducted by Rev. R. C. Lane. The health. services consisted of a Requiem High Funeral services will be held at 60 percent of all grains exported from the United States. There are 25,_20 bachelors who are 'eacls of families" in Illinois, and 108,562 without family obligations,  according to the 1929 income tax re- turns. Mass assisted by the regular church choir directed by Mrs. Lorah Z. Lipp, organist. Omer Potter sang "Jesus, Gentlest Saviour" as a solo number. Pallbearers were D. J. Fuhrer, Ev- erette Same, E. K. Cormolley, Char- les Schmitz, M. Schlachter and Jo- seph Fuhrer and burial was in Mt. Pulaski cemetery. Clara Mary Blank was born at Springtown, Ill.. on March 30, 1891 and died at the age of 40 years, 10 months and 9 days. Her parents were John and Matilda Blank On March 1, 1916 she was married to A. E. Kapper, the young couple immediate- l coming to this vicinity to make their home. She leaves her husband and the following six children: Ma- tilda, Isabelle. Theresa, Wilford, Maurice and Virgil. Left also are er father and brothers Frank, Syives- ter, lymond and Martin Blank at Sprngtom; Peter Blank, Wendelin; Edward Blank, Peoria; sisters, Mrs. Mary Steber, Olney and Mrs. Anna Bruder, Decature. Decedent had been ill for the past the Methodist church in Bellflower The 1929 income tax returns reveal at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon Jan`!8,926 single women in Illinois with a 15, conducted by Rev. J. C. Berry. combined income of $40,939,704. Burial will be made in Maple Grove -o ..... cemetery at Farmer City. ELECTED DIRECTOR Mrs. Carson who before her mar- riage was Miss Sadie Martin, is a niece of Mrs. Johanna Weisenberger and a cousin of Mrs. Scroggin and Mrs. Theresa Weidenbacher. -- -:0: - - GEORGE CASTO Funeral services for George Casto, 73, who died at 5 o'clock on Tuesday morning Jan. 12, 1932 in St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln were held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in the Hershey Funeral chapel in Mt. Pu- laski. Rev. J. Wayne Staley, pastor of the Mt. Pulaski Christian church officiated and several hymns were sang during the services by Mrs. Esther Waddell and Mrs. Della Kiick. Pallbearers were George Vaughan,  J. W. Cowan, L. E. Hunt, Carl West, . Harvey Couch and Chas. Phillilm. Burial was in Mt. Pulaski cemetery. Decatur; Mr. and 18 months and during the past few Mrs. James Phelan, weeks no hopes were had for her re- Mrs. Harold Trapp, coverT.. Mr. Kapper and his children, and Mollie C)x an the old et of which is just entering Mrs. alolm-Jone ill brLi'n- her teer, surely have the heartfelt J wb is t._st 85 years sympathy._ cf the people of the corn- rural school in this -nity L,t tbolr hour of sad bereave- Decedent was born in Henry coun- ty Aug. 8, 1858. He lived in Latham for .many years but for the * past 3 years he has been an inmate of the Logan county farm. He leaves his widow who resides at the county farm. They have no children and so far as is known, no near relatives. CHURCH NOTES ZION EV. LUTH B Suaday 8booi 9:45. Setvi 10:80 A M. The church tetms meet as fol lows: Thz Ladies' Aid mozs on tin lain lurday of the monU The Ladies' Sewing Cire nmmm om the first Wednesday of the month. The Senior Walther  on the first and third Tuesday of th month. The Junior Walthe Laf-- rants on the third Thursday of the mont H. WIIgOCK, . CHEIMIAN When you consider a Bible School there are several element which go to make it effective. We have meno tioned lately some of what might be called the special features and we have mentioned the faithful corps of teachers. Another feature is the re- gularly attending pt-pil. The occa- sional attendant may contribute some effect when he is there but the regu- lar attendant is the one who furnish- es voitively necessary element in the Bible School. We are for the special features, for the tea- chers and officers, and we are happy to have such a fine group of regular attendants. Readers, if you are not one of these regular attendanta, be- come one of ,them. The bible school will make a real and valuable exratri- button to your lif The morning service lut Sunday was another enjoyable one, We en- IoYed the wholesome attendae which was sou as good u usual and the special number given us by the combined adult and young ple's choirs. Yes we enjoyed both of these but, did we enjoy the Com- nmnio of the Lord's pqper! Aay- one in almo any J'ame of can  a good a good mmlme,  .... II  &mS not  the Lord's  he is in the mpr a. We ho that everyone present last Sunday really and truly enjoyed the Lor'| Supper. For when we keep the Com- munion of the Lord's  we are showing forth His death until he comes. We are witnessing to Him, and we hope that every one who was present last Sunday enjoyed witnessing to Him. Reader, ff you even feel tlmt you are trying to be a christian, and mimed the Lord's table last Sunday, we wonder what flimsy excuse you are offering to *, Him for refusing to give Him this testimony. O;f course everybody knows that our orchestra broadcasted over erybody knows that there was some WJBL last Sunday evening and ev- interferere deto trouble at the tation. Nevertheless we heard them .nd were glad. Quite a large group of us met at the church and "tuned in". Counting everything, we feel that last Sunday at the Christian Church was a mighty fine day, qT. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCII Miss L: 2Ahn. 7i. 9:30 A. M. The Church School 10:30 A. M. The Morning Woreh|p Sunday January 17th. Transfigur- ation Sunday. Epistle for the Day, II Peter 1: 16o21. John H. Tendiek of Mt. Pulaski Subject: "Eye Witnees of was elected a director of the Logan Christ's Majesty." county Farmers' Mutual Ins. Co., at We will be looking for you t the annual meeting held on Tuesday, both services next Sunday, please do He succeeds the late George F. Lath- not disappoint us. enmyer. The mid-winter Rally of the J. Q. Adams of Atlanta ws re- Capital District Luther League will elected president as were John s Me- be held at the Grace Lutheran church Math vice-president and Fred Uhle, at Springfield next Sunday after- secretary. Fred A. Gehlbach was noon at 2:80. Plan to go. elected treasurer to succeed H.H. The Mid-winter Communion and Dierker. Installation of Church Officers will The following directors were re- be held Sunday morning Jam 24th. elected: A. P. Miller, Atlanta, Fred Rev. W. N. King, pastor A. Gehlbaeh. Lincoln, Ed Wieber, --:o: Lincoln and Ben Schroth, Chestnut. METHODIffr CHURCH NOTI Holdover directors are J. Q, Ad- ams. H. H. Dierker, Lincoln, J.E. Last Sunday evening the pastor of Constant, Williamsville, 3%-hn M#c- Chestnut Methodi church with his Math, Lincoln, Emil Buehler, Chest- Epworth League paid us a visit. Miss nut, Lewis Burwell, Beason. W. O. Hilma Park led the devotional ser- Short. F, mden, Chas. F. Sparks, Lin- vice and the discussion of the topic coln, Jaeon Lauer, Broadwell, T. B. in the League meeting and Rew Brown, New Holland. Strouse gave the sermon in the The company voted to place the preaching hour. We enjoyed their year's assessments at 20c per $100 coming very much and being invited insurance, to return the visit loon, we shall I Charles ,,,., do. - K. Subscribe for Mt. Pulasid Times C)y $!.00 Per Yesr our Educational Conference. Installation of League officers will be conducted by the pastor at the re- gular hour of meeting next SundF evening. We have heard ment/ o a propod celebration of. lgStt in a public way by eans of a able cantata using high school students atd singers of the commun- ity. It seems desirable as celebmUz ' +he saed feast hFs of the church in dignified manner and as furnishing common point of tact and association for the people of the various churches in the d0m- munity; a thing which is indeed m- uinely enjoyed by many of uL Will you assist the pastor in am earnest campaign to build up hureh attendance in these current culmAz-mting in the best pereezd attendance on Easter Day flat w have ever had ? Your beet and kind- est wishes toward your friend should take the form of a sincere invitatio to come out to church. R. H. M. Bloat, INur. STAR MAIL SERVICE Star mail ervice to take the of that lost by removal of an Central train on the Peoria-M_ branch was inaugurated on Moad between Lincoln and Delavlm wlth Floyd Prunty as the tempora gm yier. The mail leaves Lincoln It 6 O'- clock each morning and the return trip is scheduled to leave Delavan at 7:45 a. m., and not later   m. Kpparently no provision has b made service through Mr. Pulask between Lincoln and Detur. Set, vice formerly given by the railroad south of Decatur is now  of with several star rom. BIDS ON 8UBWAY Bids on grading for urMer the Imno/s Central traelm on announced for a highway ezImmr , T. Nine mtimm that total of ving and including the overhead ;at plain river; the A. T. & the C. & I.W. gall for I worth of work in Chicago m tan area. Among-the projects are  in DeWitt County, 0.30  of grading for the I. C. railroad mb. way at Clinton. Route 121 in Logan county 0.11 miles o)* grading for the Illinois o tral subway at Mt. Pulsaki.  .-.._ CIRCUIT COURT OPENS MOIq. A number of cases from Mr. PU- laski are listed on the docket for January term of the circuit court which opens in Lincoln on Jan: 18. There are 206 i of these 53 are new this term they include 23 criminal ,51 law and 132 chancery common law 15 are new as chancery suits. There are 29 divorce or separate maintenance suits The grand jury will report on Monday morning to Judge Frank Lindley. The jurors are: Frank Wachter, George Stoll, J. M. Dawn. lug, Earl Gut, Theodore Williams, Lee Reynolds, Lester Stahl, ffotmph Snyder, George Merrold. Chas. Law, ler, William Voepel, Dearie Bruner, Arthur Barry, Elmer Ridgeway, Ros- coe Humphrey, D. J. Mitchell, Oltf Olson, Jake Gerdes, Orvil McMath, Harlan Shckey, William H. Neu- mann, James Beaver and Charles Miller. Among the new chancery eatms from Mt. Pulaski are: Grover C. Horn vs. Osear Horn, et al. Jacob W. Vandevender vs Aul / Hartwig et al. Margaret Fleener vs Edgar Peoples Savings & Loan A- tion etc.. vs. Emma HohL Lilliam Moore et al. vs. Bert Hoy et at. New con law : Sam. T. Metcalf vs. gin. Fred G. Gimbel vs, thews et aL John M. Rothwell