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at The Home Ne With Nearly SOU0  Each|Week within the Tade Territory of Mt. Pulaski . THE PULAbKi TIMES OLUME XXIX Mr. PULASKI, LOGAN GOUWI. ILLINOIS I1[ I II I&apos;HURSDAY MARCH 1 O, 1932 i |l NUMBER tiC,HI 0f.A[HS IAAAM M. BRION Wmm H. Bryson pmminent fr- ram" and land owner livisw one mile th of Lake Fork stain died in !1 home at 1:40 o'clock Tuay af- toawoen March & 1932. He had been in his .usual health and .was able to attend to his many duties until Sat- urday March 5 when he was stricken wit& varalysis from which he did not rally. Mr. Bryson was a man with many business interest Farming was hil main occupation which he conducted on an extensive plan up to a few years ago, and he was eputed to be the largest land owner in the south- part of Logan county. He was a pioneer breeder of shorthorn cattlo and his large herd of pure  and reals ws  as oue othe beet in the country. He also devoted mu "attention to the beeedin of hogs and feeding of mm'ket cattle. Azidv from his fa interests he had many business cBnneetions in Mt. Pulasdd he being president and a director of the Mt. Pmlaski Wind , a director of the Farmer's Bank and his real estate holdings in Mr. Pulki includes he Thestre imildimg on the west side of the miuare and several properties adja- cent thereto. He also was a shareholder and a dire<to in the Lake Pozk Farmers' FAevator Co. Willigm Harrm Bryeon was born June 6, 1853 and died at the age of 78 year 9 months and 2 dayB. He was born at Cagh, County Derry, Ireland lint has lived in the vicinity of Lake Fk for over half a century. Surviving are his widow amt the fol- lowing seven children: Mrs. Everte Haynes, C-erszld Ridge, IlL; Mm Carl Phillips, . clyde Febu Mr GeorEe Petereon* MrL W'flliam Im4y, John and William, Jr., all of Pork ty. Lnft also at a mmJher of  Fummd mwviem were held at Ze- clock Thursday afternoon March 10 in e Lake Fork Christian chur eomtueted by Rev. J. Wayne Staley, pastor of the Mr. Pulaski Chriatia church. A male quartette composed of Frank Turiey, R. N. Jones and Clarence and George Bowers render- ed several appropriate hymns during the servieas to organ aceomlmniment played by .Mrs. F. E, Turieyo Burial was made "ha Carlyle ceme- tery four miles west of Mt. PalakL The pallbearers were Simon Prid- dy, James Follis, Hues Flynn, Irry Masou, Elmer Foster and H Davis, xAILLIAM H. S William H, Shepherd who died on lturday mrning March 5 at Calvin, White County, Illinois, was a former resident of lit. Pulaski where he wa engaged in several lines including PULASKI I'S 1JklKK d)OD l AT LINCOI 'COLLEGE ' Cecil Mercy, Mt Pulaski speed l boy, and fom_ on  chamon- ship LAncoln Colle cage :t4mm which went through the seas without a! defeat at the lmnd off , junior ooL- tege quintet, led the scoring ciuma for the semu's work sdh 252 points as a total In every game of the year McVey was a heavy scorer and through his consistent work under tne basket, he wound up the season with lead of 45 points over his next rival in the cor- ing race. Charles Anderson, who performed for the Purple and White at the cen- ter and the forward vositions, wa third in the teoring with 115 points, while Henry Blaekford, another Pu- laski youth, and captain off the Lin- coln crew, eame in for his share with 71. All three were instrumental in the greet list of victories the Lynx piled up thia season and as tht are all sophomores their absence in the next year's Lincoln college ggregation with be keenly felt. RESIGNS FROM COMMITTEE F. W. Ohermiller tetutered his re- signation as a memlr of  Repub- lican senatorial committee of the 28th district in a recent meeting of the committee held in . Mr. Ohermiller has been in faili lumlth for a number of years and it was due o this fact that the resion was tendered. George J. Smi was appointed a member of the committee oa Tues day to succeed Mr. ObermiBer. The appointment holds until the spring primary and Tuesy's on meeting furnished the only offl duties of the committee durln__ the two year term, Two  we eti Y nomination for state nepremtati in the Sth -nstorial di=tet at  meeting of the eommit held in Deat m Tmmd. REHEARSING FOR PLAY The third rehearsal of the chon laud east for the sacred cantaY "80- yea [Jut Words" will be held in the "gymnasium of the high school on Monday evening March 14 at 7:30 o'clock Those promoting and direc- ting t1e cantata are pleased with the number of sirers that have voum leered fo the chorus but there is still room for more and all singert of community will be welcome to taflte art in the cantata. J. B. Austin of the Mt. Pulaski 'Township high school is the director ad Mrs. G. S. Connelly is the a- cpanist. The entata will be pre- 'sented on Good Friday evening Mar. 25 at 8 o'clock in the g-mnasfum of the Mr. Pulaski Township High that of the ice business. The filmily school as an Easter treat to the peo- lived on V!e street where the Chris ' ple of the community. WeBer residctme now stands. He was born in Payette'lle, Tenn., June 22, 1851 and died at the age of 80 ),ears, 8 months and 13 days. He came to Richiand county, Illinois in 1863 and to Mt. Pulaski n 1875. In 1878 he was united m marriage with Miss Ida May Downing. They were the parents of two sons, Carl deceased and John E. Shepherd of Peoria who mxrvives. Left al are three brothers Thomas. Peoria; Aaron, Mt. Pulaski mul George of Keensburg, Ill. The body arrived in Mt. Pulaski on Sunday morning and funeral services were held Monday afternoon at one ,o'clock in the Hershey Funeral Home. Te serce were conducted by Rev, H. M. Blout, pastor of the Methodist and during the services Ben sang, WWhat a lrlettd We in Jesus" and "In The Garden" to aecomparfiments played by Mrs. L. Z. Lipp: Pallbearers were H. F: Gordon. H. F. Shoup, O. W. Mayer, F. B, Snyder, George Tomlinson and John A. Christmann. Burial was in Pulki centery. WASHINGTON YOCUM George Washington Yocum, well colored resident of this city died at 6:0 o'clock Tuesday morning Mah 8, 1982 in St. Clara's hospital LineolrL He hd been ill for the fourteen moths and had he a patient gr the  three 7 He had been a resident of Mr. Pu- laski for 25 years and was highly respected by all who knew him. For many years he was employed at the Capp's .ursery where he was ap. preiated for his faithful qnalitie and dependabillty. George Washington Yocum was b, nm at Fulton, Mo., March 1852 and died at the advanced age of nearly 80 years. He is survived by the fol- lowing four children: George Grant and Mrs. Anna Huston, Kansas City, Mo.; Albert Yocum, Decatur and Mrs. Rose Bond, Lincoln. He also leaves II grandchildren and 4 great grand- children, and the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Henry Pant, Mt. Pulaski; Mrs, Isabel Galbreth, Kirk- hurt. Ohio; Sam Yocum, Fulton, Mo.; James Yocum, St. Louis, William Mc- Donald. Mexico, To.; and Thomas McDolId, Springfield, Ill. The remains of Mr. Yocum were brought to the Hershey Funeral home where they were prepared for burial and rested until 'lursday Morning March 10, when they were taken to the Second Baptist church in Lincoln where funeral services were held at 10 e'clock. The officiating ministers were Rev. King of Sringfield and assisted by Rev. E. P. Goretm of IAn- col Burial was made in Mt. Pulmdd cemetery. Pallbearers were Will;am Kibby O. W, Dela and : ..... Robe TO ONE WHO WOULD  A CONFEKION By Wilfrid cswem Blind Oh! leave the put to lm its deL The pat is naught t. us, the pamt all What need of hut year's leaves to strew Love's bed ? What need of ghost to grae a rival ? I would not, ff I could, the days MISSIONARY FROM INDIA WILL VISIT MT. PULASKI Mis Anna Sanford who Ires pammd ome forty years in tim misttotm teld at Gffiutmm, India, t expectM to arrtw Frm of   te a  it im t lm f Rev. mdMrs. W.N. King. Mlst m on a furlough from her _duti in India and is lmasin the time with her sister Mre. Lmzra AFmm /n spngfiel During her visit in ML Pulaski an opportuty will he given m of St. John's Luthertm church and all who desire to meet Miss Santord and hear her relate her many experi- ences during her years in India, A pot luck dinner has been arranged for Saturday March 12 at St. John's church to which all who attend, are asked to bring sandwiches and one prepared dish. A prvgTam will be gi- rtmalL ven during the dinner at noon but the Tlume days not ours. For us the feszt  prir, cipal attraction will be the talk is jpreed, 'by Miss Sanford. The kmpa axe lit, and musk plIm withal. FARMERS HOLD CONFERENCE Then let us love and leavo the t unsaid. This islami is our home. roar Great gulfs and oceans, straits and seas. What matter in what reached the shore. So we both reached it? We can mock from each township A conference of Logan county Around it farmers will be held in the Farm Bureau headquarters in Lincoln on channels, Monday March 14. The objoct of the conference is live stock marketing we and will be in charge of Ray Miller and S. C. CherrilL Two delegates wilt be at the at these. Oh! leave the past, if past indeed there be; I would not know it; I would know but thee. - -:O ,tOt BIRTHDAY SURPRISE A birthday surprise was given on Friday evening March 4th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Maxheim- er in honor of Mrs. Maxheimer's birthday. The main diversion of the evening was Pinochle and dominoes. Thse present to help celebrate the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbuz Hoffmeiter and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Yagow and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Hasebrock and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. John Daventier and son, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harnish and family, Mrs. Arthur Mittle.tadt and children, Mrs. Walter Maxheimer and children, Miss Lydia Wolf, Miss Nora Torbeck, Miss Katherine Mi- chel Rudolph Torbeck, Henry and Reinehrd Wolf and Victor Maxheim- er. At a late hour lunch was served consisting of fruit salad, cake, rolls and eoee. After lunch they all de- parted wishing Mrs. Maxheimer many more such happy occasions. Mrs. H M. Blcut w- ] Peoria en Satu where conference. Those named are: Mt. Pulaski--S. S. Patterson and A. E. Van Hook. AetnaT. A. Gardner and Alvin R.entchler. AtlantaHardin Ellis and Harold Rogers. Broadwell--Wm. F. Burke and Herman Lauer. Chester--Adolph Gelbach and Vin- cent Stoll. Cor'in--O. I Andes and Virgil Long. Elkhar--Clarence Schilling and A. G. Farnam. East Lineoln--R. C. Ebel and Harry Zeter. Eminence--Ray Thompson and Barrett Rogers. Hurlburt.--Everette Boek and John Danaher. Laenna -J. W. Co,n and George J. Stoll. Lake Fork--E. W. Rentmeister and Albert Reitermann. Orin--Harold Keys and Fred Stoll. OrvilMcMath Bros. and Hmry Reiners. Prairie CreekMarvel L. Lontz and Carles F. Miller. Sheridan  Floyd Wendell and and Wilbur White. Wes* LincolnAst Berber and CHURCH NOTES ZION EV. LUTHRR&N L"IB Sunday  9: Service 10:30 A. I The church soreties meet ttt fol lows: Thj Ladies' Aid mts oa tim b 11ursday of the month. The Ladies' Sewing Circle meet4 o the first Wednesday of the month. The Senior Walther League mee on the first and third Tuesday of th, month. The Junior Walthet League m on the third Thursday of the montK Special Lenten Services ever Wed- nesday evening at 7:30 until Palm Sunday. L WITTROCK, lm. T. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCll 9:30 A. M. The Church hooL Miss Lcia ![ah. .pt This will be the last Sunday in Lent before Palm Sunday, and we are anxious to have a good attend- ante at both the Sunday School and Church Service. Will you not help by coming yourself and also by bringing some oe With The Sixth Wednesday evening service will be held Wednesday Ev- ening March 15th. After the service the Egg and Cookies will be gotten rely to ship to the Nachusa Orphanag It you find you cannot come Wednetlay evening will you please bring your eggs and cookies either Sunday, or to the Parsonage sometime before the Wednesday Service. MM Anna Sanford of Springfield, Ill., a returned. Missionary from India will be a guest at the Parch- age from Friday until Sunday. The Miesionary Society has planned a dinner at the Church in her honor Stury noo You m Immd to a bat ssked to bring something to sdd to the dian. Mils xford lu spent elmo 40 years in our mission work in India and I am sure she has something ill- teresting to tell us. v. w. N. rdm tmt, FIR DESTROYS FARM H The large 14 room farm hon the Cole farm located about west of this city on the Mr. Elkhart road was burned to ground near midnight on evemng. The tenants Mr. Burr Chism and three school age barely ing house in their night elcthes the fire had gained headway bore they we awkt. ed. Their household goods was a "to- tal loss. Neighbors were quickly on the scene of the fire but it was little .flint could be done u the frame which was one of the land that community, proved an prey to the flames. The cause fire is unknown and no estimate the loM was given bat it will run to thommnds of dollars. Wen the fire hd burned where it was thought that from spreading had neighbors had left or their fire broke out in the chicken destroying it with all of the This probably caught from Ide ing embers from the house fire. The owner of the propert is Na- than Cole of Spring41eld and t tenants Mr. and Mrs. Chism been living there since Mr. and Mt' Jay Lawrence vacated the plat. s- bout two years ago. :o:-- RING COMMUNITY CLUlg The Ring School districit eomm ity club's monthly meeting held It few evenings ago attracted a crowd that was highly entert4dn with a program thzt coat, tined especially clever numbe The gram opened with eomntmity ing led by wmm toLL ed a vocal solo by Mrs. 10ver : thews; a ptyit by the  5 Community e]Mo; a Jane Underhtll; a fifth grade pupils of the M school; vtmal solos by Miss and Wilbur Stoll; Laugery Mr. Pulaski Auxiliary and . Alfred Tomlinson,  McOIdtt Kenneth StolL The program was arranged and Mrs. George Tomlinn and METHODIST CHURCH NOTI Another very pleasant innovation  in public worship was shown us Sunday evening by Rev. Dude of i.,a-! tham and his choir. They sang to us the theme of Friendliness and ] made it a very nice service indeed. The Latham League took charge of League devotionals. Mi Mary Little led the meeting and Miss Genevieve Reeves officiated at the piano, We 'must nay them a return visit soon. "/'he pastor will give the invocation at the Chestnut Father arm Son Banquet held on Friday evening of this week. Why couldn't we have a Father-Son Banquet? On Palm Sunday this year we re- ceive into our church probationers f:om our achoot, members by letters of transfer and those who will come in by profemion of faith. Also this will be the day for christening of children. "Hae roll ill be called at this ser- vice that we may Fmcome more fam- iliar with the list of our membership and you must be oresent at that time to arLwer to your name. As you go bout yor work these inter, vening d,ys, 1 want you one ai all to be singing "When the roll is cal- N.d up yonder I'll be there." On Easter Day the Knights Temp- {av will wcrhip with us and we shall have communion service. The church must be full for this service also. Thus we have two important dat4m on our calendar for this month; Palm Sunday znd Easter Day. Rev. H. M. Blout, Pastor. AUXII.IARY MEETING 'and Mrs. Willhtm St01t and the freshmenta were served under the reetion of Mr. and Mrs. Jo W, CO- wan and Mr. and Mrs. 0sear Auer, ATTENDS DECATUR LODGE A group of Mt. Pui Royld Neighbors attended a district "Pel ' meeting of the order in the L O. O IF.: hall in Decatur on Friday evenin, The arrangements of the m was in charge of the three cmps and the visiting; camps sente were Mt. Pulaski, Shelbyville, Niantic and Macon. "pop" meeting are held three , times a year at different points the district. During the evening a irogram given to which each visiting contributl and Mis Alice district deputy of Decatur condu : a short memorial service for late Dr. E. Frank Morrill, supri medical director. Those rom the Mr, Pulaski camp were Mrs. C. T. Tatt- er. Mrs. R. Bertoni. Ms. P. A. (h'u- bet. Mrs. E. G. Phinney, Mrs. H. C. Gruber. Mrs. Carl Lipp, Mrs E. C. Downing, Mrs. John Barton. ],fa Fayetta Ross, Mrs. Rutix Long, Eflte Zimermann and Mi.s Zimmermann. Mrs. Adam Walker, Lincoln, was recent guest in the h-:* of her aunt Mrs. R. T. Iiarper. llOUSEHOI,D SCIEN t: ME'IG Mrs. Eva Correll, a expert fta the office of the Illinois Farmers' lk stitute. Springfield, will give one I her intesting and pleasing demon- One new member was admitted bY'stration s at the monthly meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary at their regular meeting held on Mou- day evening. At the close of the bus- iness session, a social hour was en- joyed as was 500 at three tables. The honors were won by Mrs, Fayetta Ross and Mrs. Herman Hahn. Re- freshments were served. The regular meeting on Monday March 21 will be an all day affair. The day will be the the Mt. Pulaski Household S:c]:ce club to be held on Friday Marc 18, 12e meeting which will be  the American Legion room, will an all day affair with a pot luck d ner at noon. Members are asks4 bring sandwiches and one prelal dish of food. The hostesses will be Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. Blanche Wait. Mrs.