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 The Home Newspaper With Nearly 3000 Readers Each Week within the TradtJTerritory of Mr. Pulaski . THE M T. PULASKI 00FIMES VOLUME XXIX MT. PULASKI. LOGAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS rHURSDAY JANUAEY 21, t932 i NUMBER 26 INSPE00iON OF COHHANDF, BY o 100 K were pmt'.t sixt,h annual imqetiou of Commandery No. 89"-K. T. in k[mmic Temple on Tmmday and evening J 19. Sir C. C. Howland, Peoria Grand Bearer qf the Grand Corn- acted as inspecting ogler. Among the vsiting Tempiars the Commanders and a dolaga- from each of the following eom- DeMolay No. 24 Bloom- De Bullion No. 44, Melita No. 37, Tuscola; No. 66, Clinton; Constantine 51, Lincoln; Hospitalliery No. 31, Freeport No. 7, Free- Beauminor No. 9, Decatur. The afternoon session opened at o'clock with the conferring the of temple on Y Bruce of IIH- Dinner was served by ladies the O. E. S. at 6 o'clock, and at o'clock the opening ceremonies reception to grand offers was of the Mt. Pulaski corn- taking part in the ceremon- were: Commander--John W. Rupp. Generalissimo---W. L. Harper. Captain GeneralFrank E. Turley Senior Warden---Everett Rothwell. Junior Warden--Keith RothwelL W. Upp. E. West. A. Dewn. Standard Bearer--Dr. C. M. Merd- Sword Besrer--Geo. M. Underln Color BearerA. F. Lipp. Warder--W. G. Matthews. Sentcl---C. E. MusHer. First Hermit--G. J. Smith. Hermit--B. W. Ely. Hermit--H. G. TOmlimm ATTENDED LEAGUE RALLY IN SPRINGFIELD Quite a number of members of the Luther League from St. John's Lu- theran church attended the Capital Distri Rally and lmnquet held in Grace Lutheran church in Springfield on Sunday afternoon. The banquet table was uniquely decorated with illuminated light houses which pot- "frayed the Rally them "It Your Light Shine". Among these from Mt. Puiki were Rev. and Mrs. W. N. Kin, Barbara and Mary June Barnes, Mary Jane Davis, Helen Brooker, Caress Gloss, Luster Start, Harry Van Hook, Junior Waddell. OPEN BIDS JAN. 27 Wunderluck Construction Co. of Paul, Min, have commenced heavy grading work in the Sugar Creek section near Harteburg on route 121 north of LineohL Equipment was un- loaded at Hartsbr and transports! to the grading section. The state highway department will open bids on Jan. 27 for the viaduct under the Illinois Central railroad at Mt. Pulaski, which would indicate that route 121 construction will get an early start in the spring. RECEIVED HONOR8 Among the 16 growers that were honored at the annual banquet of the Illinois Crop Improvement asso- ciation held on Friday evening Jan. 15, at Urbsna in connection Farm and Home Week were three from Logan county, who received medals for outstanding records in the 100 bushel corn club. Rentechler Bros. of Chestnut a! H. C. Peach of Atlanta received dl- vet medals for producing 85 Imshels ! or more to an acre and Harold o:f Lineoln reived a bronze producing 75 lmahis or more produced uaere mm Knights in line: Harry Rule, B. R. one of two growers awarded old Merritt Williams, BurdeH medals. C.W. , E. O. Mayer,  Gal- who grew 100.2 bushels an acre re- J. l Moore, Lee D. Waddell, ceived the other gold medal. Stanley uer, L J. Oherry, H. D. earlier in the week was awarded Edward Culp. state honors in the ten acre corn L O. O. F. INSTALL OFFICEP The Mr. Pulaski Lodge No. 454 I. O. F., held their annnual installa- on Tuesday evening, Jan. 19. The Installing Ofl,ers were: Dis- Grand Marter Earl Kinert, Harry Sisk; Warden, John Secretary, Ed Kerns; Chas. Gordon; Chaplin, Ben Guardian, H. F. Gordon. rs elected for insuing term: N. G., Herman Wood; V. G., Dean Rec. See., H. C. Gruber; Fin. Jim Shrader; Treas., M. J. My- R. S. N. G., Frank Rentsh]er; L. N. G., Harrison Vandeventer; R. V. G., Ed Kerns; L. S. V. G: Earl R. Scene S., Herman Kinert; Scene S., Chas. Wright; J.S. Arie Deert; O. S. Guar- Oswald Brooker. Following the ceremonies light re- were served and a sodal enjoyed. WILL HOLD INSTALLATION The following  of Protection No. 191 R. N. A., will be in- on Thursday evening Jan. 28. will be ceremonial marshall: installing officer and Mrs. Mary Mrs. Sadie Gruber will act OrsleMr Francis Turner. Vice-Oracle__Mrs. Phyllis Oglesby. last oracle--Mrs. Gladys Rent- ChaneellorMr Mary ler. BaeorderM. Lottie Hah ReeeiverMx Grae Woodrum. Marshall---Mrs. Della Kinert. -sentinel--Mrs. Hazel Beck- Outer-sentine]__Mrs. ]PaYetta- -Ross MavagerMrs. EHzabeth MeCain. F1ag-beererMrs. Sadie Gruber. Patth--Mrs. Gre Buckles. Modesty--Mrs. Pear] Blackord. Unae]fishne--Mrs. Ida Seroggin. EndUMrs. Delilah Barton. Mrs. Carrie Gdard. Musician--rs. Fern Wmart. be ins be presen: 7 the there be and oy their growing contest. o--=---- WA IT-COLLISiON Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Wait and son Edwin motored to McComb on Fri- day Jan. 15, where they attended the wedding of their son Dr. Myron B. Wait, of Hamilton, to Miss Mary Margaret Collisson, only daughter of Mrs. Margaret Collisson of Keokuk, Iowa. The ceremony was performed at 2:30 o'clock in the Presbyterian Manse with immediate relatives of the couple present. After a short motor trip south, they will make their home in Hamilton, Ill., where the bridegroom is practising dentis- try. He is the oldest son of Dr. and Mrs. Wait of Mr. Pulaski arm it a graduate of Northwestern Univer- sity. The bride graduated from Lin- denwood College at St, Charles, Mo. RING COMMUNITY CLUB Despite bad roads a fairly good sized crowd was present at the monthly meeting of the Ring Com- munity club held in the school hom four miles east of here on Thursday evening. A pleasing program was given that consisted of solo tap dances by Master Morris Myers; reading and a vocal solo by Miss Hazel Abel; Harmonica solo by Harold McCain; and the laugh producing playlets: "The Sixth Hat" with Louise and Albert Grath- wohl, Ella Wolfe, Maxine Cowan, Mabel Sachs, Lee and Harold Alfred Tomlinson, Raymond Seres and Kenneth Stoll and "Lunatic or Professor" with Ethel Braun, Mabel Sams, Albert Wessbecher and Har- old MeCain. The InIDm was arranged by KennethStoll, Miss Maxine Cowan, Miss Louise Mayer and Lee MeCain. Preceding the program, a 6 o'clock supper was served. This was in charge of Mrs. Frank Sams and Mr. and Mrs. FTank Buehler. The are: Mr. Mrs and Mr. Char- les the will be in of Mr and J. )_ isl m I CHURCH ZION EV. LUTHERAN CHURCB 10:80 A. M. The church societies meet as fol OWS: Th Ladle' Aid mmts on the hu ursday of the month. The Ladies' Sewing Circle m--ts o the first Wednesday of the m,nth. The Senior Walther Leagu mee on the lht and third Tmmday of the month. The Junior Walthe o meets on the third Thursday of the montik Bo wrrIocK, . -- #=......- MKrllODlffl  CH NOlt The sixth birthday anniversary of Lucretia Hill was flttivly observed on Thursday afternoon Jan. 14, whe her mother Mrs. Fred Hill and grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Snyder gave a party in honor of the occasion. The guests numbered about a dozen and each presented Lucretia with a gift. Games and contests occupied the time of the little folks until re- freshments were announced. Mrs. Hill and Lucretia whose home is in Landers, Wyo., are visiting her par- ents and other relatives in Mr. Pu- laski. Chaddock Boys School will have a representative in the pulpits o Sun- day January 31st. So far as we now know we shsll have no evening preaching next Sun- day since the pastor will he width the League in services at Ch This in return for their visit on the 10th. The morning sermon shall be u@m "Refrain thy voice from weelfm, and thine eyes from tears; for thy work shall be rewarded, saith the Lord; and they shall come again  the land of the enemy" Jet. 4:16. NOTES We have had some rearkab Sunday night services this winter and others are on their way. DON'T MISS THF_. ST. JOHN LUTH (U Miss Lois  pt, 9:30 A. M. The Church Sunday January 24th. Septnage- ima Sunday. Epistle for the Day. COr. 9: 10:6. Subject, "Privilege verses Respoms- ibility". Please do not forget the Church at 9:30 a. m., and the Communion Ser- vice and the Instalation of the Church Officers at 10-30 A. M. Attend both services. The young people who  tl Capital Dist. Luther Leagm RaIly at had a good time. The next Rally wtU Springfield last Sunday be held at Champaign, May 15th. Make plans now to attend. Ray. W. N. , Imt MRS. SARAH DI71$ Mrs. Sarah Dittns, wife of les Dittus, died in her hom in Li coln shortly after 8 o'clock Monday morning Jar 18, 1982. Her came as a shock to mem tml of h family and her many relatives and friends in Mt. Pulaski, since it w not known to them here tlmt she had been ill. Mrs. Dittus attended church services on Sunday morning as was her custom and that evening was passed with relatives away fro home. During the night she beme ill but her condition did not seem serious until a very short time be- fore her death occurred. Decedent was a life long of Logan county and was born in Aetna township Aug, 18, 1867. 0 was a daughter of ck a Katherine Ott Rear and s and Mr. Ditt were mart4 in M. Pulaski Aul, pm't ',emt m Illinois as far imek am reeor m availabl A LITTLE WOlg" I By Gee ia  i The American flag was first un- !furled in Illinois by Georg i A little work, a-little play i Clark at Fort Masasc in 18. To lump us going--ad so, Igoodbdll i for 0mYer on besnzdng Wednesday the 10th of February. Reception of Decision Day membe will be on Palm Sunday. The Choir is asked by the board to pre special music for Eadr[ morning. Also they voted to observe! the regular Marsh Communlo m-- I vice on Easter Day. I 1 Fellowship evening comes on Mon-! i Twenty-one Illinois eountis haw day the 25th. This time in the hands[ A little warmth, a little light more than 0,000 population; nine lof the Young Folks Class. Of love's bestowingand so, good. have more than 10,000; and only nine League Cabinet meet Wednesday night! have less than 10,000. evening the 27th. i Rev. H. M. Blout, Pastor. The 1930 Census shows that a- A little fun, to match the sorrow i Of eaeh da ...... bout 85 per cent of the area of Illi-, CHRISTIAN CIB[UJC y growng so, gooa-, nois is in farms. ; [ Three of the thirteen original The spirit in which the activitT A little trust that when we clio states--Vi " "a. M hus . [ rgm. mmae etts and any organization are conducted has we reap our sowing! And  [Connect'cut---once claimed Illinois as has much to do with the success of byeI [part of their territory, the organization. Large business or- ----- i ganizations realized this long afro , and set out to build a spirit of Ioy- DIRF'TORS ELECTED "OH DOCTOR" ' alty to the point where even the most The following directors were ted at the annual meeting o stock holder of the Tomlins(m Sidin Farmers Oo-operave Co., held in Mt. Pulaski on Saturday afternoon: Elmer Tomlinson, Chris Beck, Ben Schroth, A. A. Allspach, George Tomlinson, Alvin Geyer and Herbert Schaffenacker. Geyer and Scbaffen- acker are new directors, the others were re-elected. ] Elmer Tomlinson, president and] Chris Beck, secretary-treasurer were i re-sleeted at the directors organiza- ] tion meeting, t CO. CLERK COMPI rF TASK County Clerk C. C. Tull has com- pleted the five week's task of spread- ing the Logan county tax assessment. The- books have been turned over to George Eberle county treasurer and collector. About three wi will be required to prepare the tax statements. Mr. Eberle expects to have the statements in the mail early in February. $o------- GRANTED CiT[ZEN.HIP Bernard Wessbecher of Mt. Pulas- ki was one of two alplicants for na- turalization, who were granted citi- i papers by Jud Frank lay m let wife state. ]s many. ago The  with thre survive: Miss Mrs. Herbert Fink, Alma Dittus at home. Left two grendehildren and one Miss Kte Reteehler who the Dittus home. Funeral was held at nesday afternoon Jan. 20 theran church, Lincoln Rev. A. J. Schleisser and burial made in Mt. Pulaski cemete. -O HOLD ELEC I'ION The Loyal Daughters school class of the Christian met Tuesday afternn in the cou try home of Mrs. Harry Dowin with Mrs. E. A. Downing and Mtsl Sophia Guiso assisting. Oflioer nam- ed at the annual class election President, Mrs. J. M. cretary, Mrs. Ray Tribbett "- - -- humble employee was taught to say urer, Miss Della Washburn. The east of the operetta "Oh 'e" when refering to the concern.' by Estella Merryman Clark The fine wholesome spirit in which  A social hour and serving ot re- , freshments followed the busine and Palmer John Clark has been me- I our Bible school and church activities meeting. lected. are conducted, is one of the deciding Dr. DrinkwaterByron Blout, I features of our outstanding . -- RainhowNoel Suedmeier. Parcho--Jack Stahl. Philip---Pierron LeeL Bob--Page WaddelL ManuelBen Bowem Glory--Virginia Stuart. Honor--Gwendolyn Stahl. Cynthia--Marian Lane. Mrs. WeaklyLucy Jane Ellis. Mrs. CrosslyFern Halstead. Bessie---Hazel Abel. The operetta will be given the first week in March. The Three Doctors at. the Sanitar- There are many parts of a church ium---Hershel Vandeventer, Junior I service which may be enjoyed but Nolle, Elmer Beck. ]the greatest joy of all is when we ! hear the name of Jesus confessed as i Lord and Savior. We have enjoyed a normal number of confessions all a- :long, three of them coming last Sun- i day morning. The morning services ; was gladdened by their confessions and the evening service was gladden- ed by their "burial with their Lord in baptism." There have been many com- ments upon the extraordinary beauty iof the baptismal service. May the memory of their confessions and the ;impression of their baptismal service The Glee Clubs have been rehears- long remain with them and above all, ing all the songs for the operetta for, may the blessings of God rest upon the past few weeks, them. HOLD ANNUAL MEETING TAKEN OUT PETITIOIN The stockholders of the Mr. Pulkla long, long chapter under the title, Farmers' Grain and Elevator Co., "Behind the Scenes." There are those held their annual meeting on Wed- i whose work shows up in the open and nesday afternoon when the following it here are those whese work is just i Behind the Scenes. If I were asked cretary of state's office in licen to write the history of this church fees last year, Logan county paid in , since the fall of 1928 I would  $76,717 according to arm Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hahn of M Pulaski and has been engaged in t ) insurance business in Lincoln fo tl past few years. Two other candidates for this rice are now in the field, John Parker, democrat and the present - cumben Vincent Jones, republican. LICENSE FEES COLLECTRD ' Of the $18,46,496 collected by tl automobile department o the me- i issued by Secretary of State Wflli tratton. i Cook county paid in nearly hdf o the total amount oolleeted and among directors were re-elected: William F. as important but is done 'behind the'the down state eotmties,  Clttr Dittns, W. L. Downing, Frank Sams, scenes". We would give the praise i leads with Peoria and Ka Chris Danner, L. L. Downing, R. D. due to all and we would rt forgtlmg in order.  Clark and George Lus. those who planned and worked, wh0 --=------ William and W. gave time and L. were re- i all and to E. Martin is the secretary i of the night in up out of