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MAP.C;I 17. 1932 !,. S. t'l ! ,e,', T'.,.,'v',s sv?',, m, . ,,, ,.:,,v,,., , , i li Iu I IIII iim I iii iii I I II IHIIII ..................................... M. Dick Stdt* has besm mChe pooHy at her home this welk. SOUTH LOGAN CO, NEWS II Illll. IIIII I I J I IIII III Illlllll I lll I I I II Ill II II IIJ| FRIDAY & SAT. MAR. 18 AND VICiNiTY BUCKLES CORNER Mr. Wise and family of LawndAle with her ster Mrs. Daisy Go--as.., Mise Mildred Tendick who was a bare moved into the house r'ently Mr. and Mrs. C, C. C.elLsgher alld I patient last week was able to re- vacated by. Mr. Sam Hinds her school duties at Lynn family. school on Monday. Her brother F-,dwm is still confined to his Mr. and Mr Corge I2tterly spent at Dawson with the form- sister Mr Ors Hambert and Mrs. John Kerschner spe--ut Satur- with her daughter Mrs, Wallace ,md t,u,U00r. Mrs. Add Engi, Mr. and Mrs. 8beplr of  Mr. aad Mr J. Rkkord and Mr. and Mrs. and daughter Alberta lngeld @ere Snnda. visitors Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rickords. and Mrs. W. G, Smith were Lincoln via,- i CiILPr itors on Monday evening, the for. I mer visiting his mother and ]bl;l Smith visited her cousins Mr. mad Mrs. Clark Fletcher who was taken MR. George Shop and later they at tended the F,rn Star Lodge in I ill Saturday night, is still confined to, ]:er bed, but her condition is much Mt. PulaskL J improved. !  m :------- Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ollis and son LAKE P Duane of Clinton spent Sunday with the lattet's parents, Mr. arm Mrs. Jhn hnhhn. Miss Prudettce Swain r;urm Mrs. Go IJmy ed to hr i t CHILDREN CRY FOR IT--- home Wednesday from the ho aIIIJ3REN hato to tsko medlelne she ill 00k-0000-but th, home Saturday evening after a visit Mr. and Mrs. Edgar bsto d Ctoria. This puts vbk of several weeks with Dr. and Mr of Lincoln vizitetl here Suminy  f jmtt Im 8ood les it tUt \\;:," A Swain of Chicago. their parents Mr. and Mr. & 'llMimmbmd djut mhammlmm ms Mr.  Mm. W. G. Smith, daugh- and Mrs, ]giitat Mm#.rso  ittd :era Rosalie and Joan visited Sund*y A large number frown this vieinitw Wima Baby', cry wmam d eofie, THE MT. PULASKI TIIEATRE !s Proud to Present Wallace Beery and Jackie Cooper /i Bul Community club met evening March llth, those enjoyed the program artha- and given by the High School pn- refreshments were served by er. n Lincoln Saturday. Ed Michael and Mr. Roy Everett Park has accepted the po- The men will be in charge of sifion as janitor of the M. E. Church next program with Roy Moore, aking the place of Mrs. Clark Flet- ehalrtrmtL chef who will move to another local- Mrs. Geo. Suedmeier entertained number of friend at dinner Tues- The day was spent quilting. A number from this vicinity went Lincoln Monday to see the fire. Wel Moore delivered crn at Pork Mmiay afternoon. H, n Beason with Mr. and Mrs. Carl motored to Lincoln Monday to view h droPS of Castoria have him soothed, ...... Together in Smock. " the scenes of the   in in a jiffy. Nothi is tr#mm " Mrs. Orene Laughery and daugh- Mr. Delmas Handlin is confined to dnabio ia diarrhea. WImm eotd ter Mrs. Vernis Meadov,1 were shop- his home with . Mrs. William Mileham passed away ivok it, ntle aid to cleanse and ion Monday at her hmne one  mdate child's bowels. In colds or west of For]L Sol Costa visited home folks on tt,  tim system from loin. Saturday. iy soon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zelle and Mrs. Alfred Wiilson attended the funeral of the Isle William H. Bryson at fake Fork, Thursday March 10. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Safley of De-in visited here Sunday with their catur sited the first of the weekister Mrs. H. S. Coats. _ IIIII .......... I  I . Ill L ................ I II)! Jlll i t4me or bad breath tell of ontipmtiov. II iavoko it, gentle aid io cleanse and dat child's bowk. In colds or dma's discus, you should tree it tt, keep tim system fron elogg. Camtoria i sold .n every drug stort; I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Handlin an4 t ilenuine alway, beam Ches. H. Fit e t her's signatur t of family and other friends visited at Ftete, her's signature. the home of Miss Flo Handlin on Sunday. i William and Carl Malone of Stmld-i / III II Until you've seen :hese two in this film. you haven't the boy who fought his father's fight---Wallace Beery as man who fought to justify the kid's fi.ith in him! m m , Another Old Timer So many favorable cc.mments were received by The Times with refer- euce to the picture published last week of the grand parade of the 1913 Horse Show, that we feel encouraged 1,o run another old timer this week. The horse show picture recalled to mind scenes that are vividly remem- bered by hundreds in the community -en though there has been a lapse nearly two decades since it was mktm. Years pass along pretty swift- ],, especially for older people, for tlmt reason it is lmrd for them to that very few of the prment schooktudenta were born at the of the first and second horse p lechl for this week ts that o Je e.ha.tmpion hose team of tim Phoenix Fire Department of M  row bsk some forty Weidenbacker. Middle row, left to right: Ivan Poole, F. E. Danner, J. M. Hopkins, W. Y. Saunders, Gustre Drobisch and L. A. DaRner. Front row. Fred Bobell and John Klotz. V The tournament that year was hem in Lincoln on Aug. 6. 1891 and Mr. Pulaski won the state champion- ship, making the preribed dist._z in 37 3-5 seconds. The rules of the contest were: start from standing start with hose cart. run 600 feet to hydrant, lay 200 feet of hose and attach to plUg; break coupling and attach pipe, giv- ing two full turn The next year, in 1892, the tourn- ament was held at Ottawa on Sept. I, when the Mt. PulMki team v4rat won the championship making the i distance in 36 seconds flat, bettering i their former recerd by one and three-   da of ri sport"; dw wh fo r,m ml we the all aimorbing to- l by old snd young alike. This was m ttm wmmy m wm   the cmmy kw - dis mini mry bly  a am. The pcture above is the first oi[ rJu Imse temum to mlmm I Fula,ki in the mmul tournament gi_ v under the mmlce o the Illinois i On AUg. 24, 1898 at Cantem the hose tem not only carried off the premier honOrs, but they mta a record of 35 2-5 ssconds that stands to the pressmt day. By virtue of winning the champion- ship three successive years, the Mt.' Puhtski hose team was given tke pet'anent title of Illinois State Champions and they were peesented with a very valuable gold badge by the state atmoiation, the pruenta- lion being made by Edward Barton tate    of Decatur who was president of the rs of the team am pictured a: irate atrelation st that Badt row, left to tight: lmk 'te champion hose  perhaps Smith. Lou Hou Fred Start, did me to put Mr.  ou /$tev W Clmrkm Turley, L F. nmp nationally than any event Ira- fore or since. It was jus recently when the Mt. PuLaski High school basketball team Played at Canton, that citizerm of that city reealll and spoke of the wonderful team from Mt. Pulaski that estab- lished the all time record t Canton in 1893. The Phoenix Fire department f Mt. Pulaski was the first permanent fire fighting organization in Logan county md will be elirl to l brate its semi-centennial in 1935. It was organized on March 18, 1885 with the following charter member: J. F. Schick, F. E. Dnner, J. G. Jemmr, Andrew Bertrang, W. H. Stafford, D. J. O'Brien, George Wynd, Philip Schweigckhardt, Ben F. Peltz, J. M. Hopkins, George Schafer, John Klotz. H. F. Gordo Edward Mmd, J. H. Newton and Otto G. Bdmmrm'. W. H. Stafford who so e@iently has filled the position of superinten- dent of the Mr. Pulaski water system for many years, was the prime mover in the ozatio of the I'hoenix Myers 1893-95 and 1896-98; John Zah 1895-96; F. E. Danner 1898 util about eight year ago when he r@. signed. O. W. Mayer the preeen chief has tmved mince the retiremm of F. E. Damm. Premt oflr of the P Fire Department are: t chief, F. B. 8nyr; trtsuret, M. J: Myers; eretary, Claude Hollee; steward, George Snyd. Aet/ve members of tl dmrtmt are: G. c. Zh, G. Drah C:; C. G. Hughes, W. F. Binder, Deaa Duboce, K. M. Anderson, Will Rat- neT, Clmrl 8ett, Fred llohmm, Walter D, Ambrose Witt, F. Mayer, Jr., Henry Katie, Jr.; Kinert. The fire deptt is equipped to combat any onfit- tion likely to occur in Mr. Futki or the surrounding ontr. Simm the acquisition of the I France Pmnp several years ago, the delmrtme has been able to mke ells to tl country and to give aid to Msrby Fire department and was named it. viiiget and towns. The delmrtmmtt first chief. Mr. Stafford w  is still comited on the volunt4 largely instrummtal in the otlg-' plan, but th# lack of lmy  not deter the boys from giving of tlmlt zation of the Lincoln fire department, which was effected on Aug. 13, 1886, : best orta at all tima It is mainly due to their faithful- and was named its first chief, serv- ing in that eatmcity until the heart year. Like the Mt. Pulaski fire partment, the Ltnooln department was organized on the volunteer plan and eontained 38 membes ne and promtue to mapo quickly to alarms and efflciea It, f- iler reachin the scene of fire, fire los in the community hmm been held down to a v s " Sucedln chiefs 0d the i Citizens ot Mt, Pulaski lucre Fire Department wove: J. M. HlkiM, I been proud of their fire leddi aml 1885-9; 3. G. $ UI; M. $.'for a Just Also LAUREL and HARJ)Y In BEAU HUNKS A Double Length Comedy and Short SubJect--"Flsherman's Paradise" 10c and 30c I -- III uu I I I A Few SpeciMs During Our Annual "Super Value Demonstration Pure Silk Full Fashioned 59 Heavy N,,. 2 galvanized Hose. Spring colors, pr. 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