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AY 1  The Home Newspaper With Nearly 3000 Readers Each, ct, within the Trade Territory of Nit. Pulaski . 00I'HE i00lT. PUL00' 00;KI 1"1 MEN VOLUME XXlX MT. PULASKI. LOGAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS I'HURSDAY MARCH ;3, I932 NUMBER 32 i ENIR VANLHOOK HOME broke into the home of F. C. Van Hook early Tuesday and stole money and narco- then escaped with Dr. Van Chevrolet Coach. In addition loss of his car, he lost money valuables to the extent of about looking for narcotics, the emptied the contents of Dr. Hook's medicine case but fared drgs. His hypodermic case which was in the car, con- two tubes of about twenty of narcotics. Three fountain pens, blanket, a flash light and were taken. is the third time thieves have the Van Hook home within few months, they getting on one occasion but were frigh- off on another visit which was late one afternoon. persons repot hadng a ear leave town at high speed o'clock on Tuesday morning for IAncoln, car wa found abandoned on in Decatur late Tuesday ev- and was brought home on Wed- morning. The car apparently in as good condition as when and all that is missing is the case. The blanket and fish- were left in the car. H1LLTOPPERS WIN OVER CANTON 19-18 The Mt. Pulaski Township High nosed out Canton 19 to 18 in a sen- sational court battle there Tuesday night. A long shot by Beckers, guard, with gave the Hilltoppers the victory.  a 16 to 11 advantage but the winners Tnet're .xered e'vvol'me x]ng, went in front by virtue of free throws Tl._e )790  O  uCOLUri, by Beekers, a follow shot by Grath-  :rich Ca"  :qJTe Ot aTtd oJ, hs o che o :b.oms mu. wohl and Zimmerman's one-handed  '. The uxm 1t-r haxec lie's acdaa, shot but Vandermeer again claimed,  .,,, TB.e  O  O "t301"Y1 7tOLDrk, the advantage for Canton with his 1 rnl'o2:be=ol:tzD 'I'ne ba  t.be old m,rne .- sixth field goal. The score was tied 4 to 4 at the quarter and 9 o 9 at the half but Canton enjoyed the advantage until the final spurt by the Dertinger five. Mr. PuM td fans who attended the game in Canton have nothing but the highest praise for the people of Can- ton for the treatment accorded not only the visitors but the team ns well. Personalities and rowdyism were entirely lacking and a good play by Mr. Pulaski players received just as much applause as that given the hme players. SURPRISE PARTY HELD IN THE COUNTRY The birthday anniversary of Wil- liam Fuiten, well known farmer liv- ing south of Mt. Pulaski was fitting- ly observed on Saturday evening Feb. 27. when a crowd of his neigh- wichea, piclde, cake and coffee was served. The following were I to wish Mr. Fuiten maay more hap- 1 py birthdays: Mr. and Mrs. Claremm ! Ker-.hner, Mr. and Mrs. Claude ! Johnson and four ehL_m. Mr. and i Mr Sheridan Smith, Mr. sad bnmett Hkkey and two children, i Shelton Smith, Frank Shultg, Harold Kerschner, Lyric Kersehner, Elk- ! bors and friends gathered at his home WILL MOVE TO TOWN , to celebrate the event. The prty .............. was arranged as a surprise by his ano Mrs.  mam pv wno i daughters the Misses Dvris and an to move from the Plain- i Mabel Fuiten Community were given a fare-  . " ........... surprise natty on Saturda ;,t  tne evening was pteasanty pasaeo 80"rela--'tivea and ;rill with cards, games and daing and have lived in the Lawrence!at a late hour refreshments of sand- for many years. Dur-I evening, which was pmmed t eats were rved at] I hour.  ]  Fdpp will move to in the nmw future ami ] the Lg Sisters eottag McDonald and South Vine recently vacated by Mr. and Everette Blaord who have to Springfield to be near with the Illinois Central Mr. Kipp will farm the Sisters land on the south edge Pulaski. :O I ;BLICAN CAUCUS ABANDONED SATURDAY HOM By Edwar Rwld hart; Mr. and Mrs. W"dlls Gaffny, I Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Wyland, Mr. and Them lies a little  in the hi]; Mrs. Harvey Robinson, Mr. and Mr Whitareit rooz, dimlalhdwil- Russell Fuitea and three childr, ig'l door, Mr. and Mrs. Web Beck and M- And p with pect It l :dren, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lereher, fills. Leslie Keteham, Delmas Handlin, Charles Manley, John and MerrH There the pure mizt, the ity o the Sargeant, Harold Stolts, Everette sea, Koehler, Kenneth Mnyon, Orville Comu as a white, oft hand, and Turner, Dean Wilham, Ralph and reachea o'er Henry Lee Litterly, George and Hen- And touchel its still face  ry Mason, Lucy Robinson, Lake Fork; derly. Harry Duff, Illiopolis; Margaret Ma- son, Margaret Curmnings, Wilbur Unstirred and calm, amid o lthift- Oglesby, Leeter Cummings, Cornland; in@ years, Joseph Ushers and Dorothy Fuiten, Lo where it lies, far from the Springfield; Gladys I)efrees, Lincoln; and roar, With quiet distance blurred,  if Ben Duff, Ieille Berry Doris Fui- ten, Mrs. Mertice Meister, Mr. and through Mrs. Floyd Meister, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cowan and children, Mr. O heart that prayest so for God to send and Mrs. Robert C)peland, Mr. and Some loving messenger to go befo Mrs. Fred Hild, Mr. and Mrs. As- And lead the way to where ty long- bourn Standback. Mr. and Mrs. Har- old McMann and children. Ralph ing end. Meister, Walter Fisher, Gene and Be sure, be very sure, that oon will Floyd Scott. Richard Wim, Char- les Fuiten, Helen Mmmer, Ethel, WiL come His kindest angel, and %hrough that ma and Mabel Fuiten, Mt. Pulaski still door and vicinity and Lovell Armona. Williamsville. Into the Infinite love will lead thee home. Mt Pulaski Twnship Repub- caucus set for Saturday after- Feb. 27 to nominate candidat of Highway and to fill vacancy, was aband- no one seemed anxious for Suedmeier is the D- to succeed himself a Commissioner and Charles is the Democratic nominee Grathwohl who has served Commiioner of Ltenna for 20 years, was re-heroin- that office at the Democratic held Thursday aftaraoo received 162 votes to 71 Stoltz. Edward Sehaffea- was re-nominated for Justice Pelee. =O: Sehafer who has been farm- Mrs. Mino Allspach farm city for a number of moved last week to a farm n the southeast edge of Mrs. Alispech will live on the farm this year. FOR EATER PLAY Sacred Cantata "Seven Las by Th. Duhols, will be pre- in the gymmurium of the Mr. Township high school on evening March 25. Thi a community production aa will be eomaeed of sing- the community and mere- the Glee Clubs of the hirh VALUABLES RECOVERED Personal effects of the late Jacob W. Vandevender who lost his life in the Oglesby fire in Lincoln last week, including his gold Waltham watch were recovered from the fire ruins by Chief Thomas Watson and Paul Wers- chey on Monday afternoon. The hands of the watch s at 3:24 which is believed to have been the exact time that the third floor crashed through to the second floor. The valuables were recovered on the se- cond floor of the lmilding in the rooem in which Mr. Vandevender's body was found. Thirty dollars in currency and a. wiahh to join the l small amount of change was found. are asked to be preeent at the The money was nder a charred which will be held  o'clock Monday evening Feb. I bard in a small pocketbook which  was practically burned away. Only t the edges of the bills were charred. eauta will be directed by J. iS eyeful stickpins, a brooch and a nyember of the high ehool i quantity of silverware was recovered. and Mrs. G. S. Connelly will The collection was turned over to aeec4npanmt. NAZARENE CHURCH SERVICES Rev. William Kelley, pastor of the' PLAINVIEW COMMUNITY CLUB DRAWS LARGE CROWD Visitors from Industry, Reads, Buckles and Freaeh's chapel and Mt were preaeat at tha menthly meeting of the phinvtew dub   on Thursday ing Peb. . f progrm was mana bAl Theobald, Mira Emma Awe and Loui Hahn: Music and Songl---Key Brothers and Slater. Playlet, "Rme Help Entertain -- Mrs: Alex Theobald, Mr, and Mrs. Louis Hahn, Miss Emma and Albert Awe. Pleyet, "Anna's Doll'--Alice, Gladys and Robert Theobald. Dialogue, "Why ?"Allmrt Awe and F, ugene Theobald CHURCH NOTES ZION EV. LUTHERAN CHURCll Sunday  9:46. rviee 10:30 L M. The church socieuee meet as foi tOWS: Thz Ladies' Aid meets on tim lain ltrsday of the month. The Ladies' Sewing Circle numta el the first Wednesday of the menth. The Senior Waither League meet, on the first and third Tuesday of tim month. The Junior Walthe Leale meat, on the third Thursday of the month. Special Lenten Serviee every Wed- nesday evening at 7:30 until Palm Sunday. H. wH'rROCK, pimp. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHUI][I Sunday Marh 6th. Fourth Sunday in Lent. Epistle for the Day. GsL 4: 21-31. Subject, "Christ Sets us Free". 9:30 A. M. The Church School Miss Lois Hahn, upt. 10:30 A. M. The Morninl Worship We hope you have enjoyed the Lenten Services held thu far, and hele you will conthmo to come. May each service bring a blessing to yo is our most sincere desire. Come next Sunday and also next Wednesday evening. The children are all asked to come to the Church Saturday afternoon and practice for the Easter Program. If you have not already received a part come and you will receive it Saturday. Rev. W. N. Ki, t. ----...... METHODIST CHURCH NOTI The Missionary Society will meet with Miss Mary Voile on Thursday next. On next Sunday evenin Ray. Dude and Elmm  o Lsthsm win us. Their Lingua will conduct the League devotional mrviee and Rev. Dude will have charge of the prehing ervte HIS name i nounced in two eyllables like this, Du-dee. Our Leaguers must be on hand a few minutes before 6:45 to welcome the visitor. At Fellowship Supper laet Monday the church extended greetings of appreciation and farewell to John T. Allsopp and family, Brother Al]opp will soon move to the Harmany neigh-  borhoo We remember him especial- Reading, "Cracked Ice"Elmer ly for the fact that upon moving in- Awe. i to cur community he presented their i Playlet, "Seeing Things Right"---certificates of church me . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson, Misses !immediately" Church memberships I Evel!rn Mittlestadt, Mildred Patter-l should be kept u and kept vital. i son, Eugene Downing and Ed Frmh. I When parents value their connection i Playlet, "Mother's Blunder"--Mrs. i with their church and the children !Louis Hahn, Miss Emma Awe andare headed in that direction the i church becomes a power of influence , Alex. TheobekL Cream"  for the training in honor, industry, ! Dialogue, "Please pass the :Elmer and Emma Awe. i patience, self control and strength of "An Interruption"---Luis Halm, i charactar that makes children be- : Mrs. Alex Theobald, Miss Emma Awe.  come such a comfort to their pts i as the declining years advance., --': - Rev. H. M. Blout, Pad=or. WILL MOVE TO TOWN --m'- D. W. Ellis and family have moved SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY 'from the Steve Cox dwelling, North Washington street, to the Keck real- A birthday party was given for dence property in same street. We Miss Lydia Wolff who was pleasantly understand that Mr. and Mrs. Cox surprised on Sunday evening when a who have been living in Lincoln, will group of relatives and friends drop- again occuupy their home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Iselin no have been living on South Marion St. moved a few days ago to the Vande- vender cottage on Spring street. KNOW ILLINOIS! ped in to celebrate her birthday. The affair was held in the home of her sisters, Mrs. Willmrt Yagow where a 6 o'clock pot luck supper was served. After supper Pinochle and dominoes was the main diversion of the evening and at a late hour they all departed ENTERTAIN AT DINNER Members of the Five Hundred club were treated to a 7 oelock dtlt- ner on Thursday evening Feb. ll Mrs. Mahlon Lucas, North Vine Following the dinner tables placed for cards at which the honel of the evening were awarded to Ml. F. E. Downing, Mrs. O. E. Wa@m and Mrs. Ch Weller. Miss Anna Roth will be the ne hostes, the meeting to be held in the home of her sister Mrs. Walter A. Schafer. :O MRS. CARRIE M. IARVI8 Mrs. Carrie M. Jarvis, 65, died at 3 o'clock Tuesday March I, in home in Latham where she had been a life long resident. She was born March 19, 1866. Her husband Hora L. Jarvis preceded her in death se- veral years ago. Surviving are the followin dren: Everete P. Jarvi Qui Sam Jury,, Arkansas City, Kay;w--, Mrs. Madge Giddens, Amona, T as and Mrs. Moneta Kiick, Left also are the following and sisters: L. E. Allison, F. L; Alli- son, Mrs. Ina Beshears, Mrs. Cy thia Epley, Latham; N.B. Allison, Springfield and J. M: Allison, coin. o'clock Thursday afternoon March Funeral services were held at 230 at the Christian church in Lathau Burial was made in Luke Bank ceme- tery. :O -" FUNERAL SERVICES OF GEORGE A. KINDBR The funeral service ef Kinder, whose obituary was in week's issue, was held at the hom one mile west of Chestnut lit 2:30 o - dock Feb. 26th, Rev. L. . tr0 officiating. Interment was lit Laelt Ceanetary. The music was furnihm by ?[ A. S, Buhk, Mrs. FM Morr Mr L G. trome, Fd Mts B. N. Myrtck. The ll-brers were E ler, Louis Renthler, J. C. Wh man, J. M. Downing', Ed l- acker and W. F. Suedmeir. GARDEN UNIT Members of the garden unit of tt i Mt. P'aMki Woman's club with members of the Harmony C Club furnished the program at t h# meeting of the Chester W'nan's held Tuesday afternoon in the Lin- coln Woman's club building. from this city taking part in the pro gram were: Mrs. Walter ms, Mn J. T. Hershey, Mrs. George dl Mrs. V. G. Connolley and M. G:'aA: Vollee: Other club members preent were Mrs. G. F. Wait. Mrs. W. N. King, Mrs. R. D. Aitchis, Mrs. i, A: Downing and Mrs. E. C. Clear. :0 : Mrs. A. W. Schaffenacker and Harry Martin were Decatur vtsit0 on Tuesday. o MT. PULASKI LIBRARY CLUB The March meeting of the Pulaski Library club was well attel. ed despite rain and conflicting at tions. Miss Llllie Washburn preshle at the meeting, Following the business session, a program was given that consisted o a vocal duet by Mrs. Everette Beid- ler and Mrs. Fred May:.r and sewqml contests. M WOMAN'S CLUB MEETS MAR. 11 Nazarene churches in Mt. Pulaski  and Lincoln, will open .a revival Having 498 town where newspa- meeting in the Mt. Pulaski church on ,pets are published, Illinoi ranks Thursday evening March 3, that will first of the ate. continue indefinitely. Services will be held each evening at 7:30 o'clock The first engineering experiment excepting on Saturday and Sunday' station was founded at the Univer- evening, sity of Illinois in 1908. for there homes wishing Miss Wolff many more such hapy occasion. T present were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Torbeck and family, Mr. and Mrs. Loue Mercer and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. John Daventier and son, Mr. and Mrs. Thee. Wolff and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilburt Hoffmeister Kenneth Homey of Lincoln will lead the choir and Mrs. Orteea O'- Bryan will be the accompanist. On Sunday afternoon March 6, Sunday School will take up at 2 o'- clock and preaching will be at 3 o% clock. Everfaody will be. most cordial- ly welcomed at all of the services. ....... and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edd. On an average, women in Illinois Wolff of Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. live 2 1-2 years longer than men. W.W. Maxheimer and family, Mr. ....... and Mrs. AI Harnish and family, t Almost one-third of the route mile- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Maxheimer and age in the United States served by family, Mr. and Mrs. John Harem- electric trackles trolley lmes is in broeh and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- {Illinois. ;hurt "Yagow and family, Mi Kath- l erine Michel, Miss Lydia Wolff and ! In the decade ended in 1981, the Aug Wolff. The March meeting of the ML P11- laski Woman's club on Friday Mrch l l, will be held in the Mt. Pulaltki Theatre. The program is attractive and should bring out a full memento, ship. ' The Conservation and Garden de, rmrtment with Mrs. (;. F. Wait Chairnan, will be in charge of przram. "Garden Pictorials" will shown in a series of moving picture. The program as arranged will be as follows : Music by Mr. Pulaski Grad chool pupils. Garden Pictorials Word DrillMrs. D. L. Burr The hostesses will be Mrs. j. IlL Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buckle and  average annual increase in popul I -:o:-- Rothwell, Mrs. E: C: Clear, Mr.. L. "daughter posed the week end with I their parents Mr. and M E. T.  tion in is was 95,300. Mrs. W. H. Clear who left Mt. Pu- F. Myers, Mrs. W. A. , laski in November to pa the winter Rose Volle, Mrs; Waer r;om Croddard in this city and south of the The exhibition hall on | ' with her daughtel in Detroit and Mrs. Wilford n ald city wRh his parents Mr. and Mrs. 'Navy Pier is the longest in the ChieaFo,