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The llome Newspaper %&apos;ith Nearly 8000 Readers EaehiWeek within the Tradt Territory o! Mr. Pulaski VOLUME XXIX Eminl0 former Imsilmss of thin ei0 died at 3:46 o'elo sttmmo0m  20, 192 in com Sng and Mpm Liowi sa ilinm L-m a of  of several n. At the itgiou of LBoe he was a3oLe to make - tri to the busme section the i to it his scqua for the put year or two, he w pretty  co to is w 1 received and attemaon it wsa po for a lovi wife to lm. u  was y imoms his  o fneuas and pmsd sn a'eb t- h,aTted ami gmwDus to the - He wu a  must in the out lnhis days wu tim a his mid- kis and Rzh. he --an with few of years, then opem a sa- at the south side of the square the bmling now occupied by thlm Ih7 Goods store. After dos- and 4 day He was married Atom Schenek who with two Earl of Maywoed and Charl ., sr..:r,rive. Left 1-. are 3 rmlchildren and one sistm', Ads Beard of Germantow One Ethel M died in childhoo services were held at 2 o'- Wednesday afteraoon at the home. Rev. J. Wayne Staley, of the  church adsted by Rev. W. N. Ki, of the - John's Iarthenm 3'001T. P ULA00K[ "FIMES MT. PULASKI. LOGAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS EASTER PROGRAM AT ST. JOHN'S LUTH. CHURCH Sunday evening March 27, at 7".30. Organ Voluntary, Mrs. Fern Smart An Easter Greeting -Richa Ltc G redO.rig--Charles Hildreth. A G rooting--Pauline What Easter Brins--Mabei De/- ber n--Jerry Hah So4o--Wanda Glos Recitations--Dorothy and Loui A yworth. Retat/on--Mary F Meister. The Easter Lllie--Gwmuiolym Fant Recitation---Elmer Meister, J. Recitation--Hazel Stilna Solo--Dorothy Mac P.itation, Ember MillJous---B Brooker. An  Miller Rainbow of Garden Fowers-- Doruthy Hudson- Roe/ration---Mildred Van Hoo Trio--June Bender. Rue , Helen Passore. Recitation, Easter In the Ga Wilbur Man Recitatiou---Rae Harlm. Exercise, Golden Bees--Aehard Miller, Donald Horn, Wiffmt Hora, Roland Sandal, Howard Horn, Junior EASTER MARCH 27, 1932 THE SILVER CIRCLE About 150 wom attendea the SiL vet  given in the basement of ,, , i, I w I rHURSDAY MARCH 24 1932 NUMBER 35 ICHURCH NOTES ohu00 on o00eoi00 day W have regular eommauion ZION" ]gV." I.UTH]gRAA U vice and a worship p suitable to the day. The Knigh Tplar will morni rvice la a bedT Sunday JMI 9:4K and we urge our mmnbemhip to 114 10"0 A. M. "Christ was delivered for our offenses, and was raised ap.ain for our justifica- tion" Roman 4, 25. III WEATHER MAN CHANGEABLE Thunder, lightning, April showen, cold March rains, sleet and snow in abundant proportions all in rapid succession on Monday, gave Mr. Pu- The ghurch s.3etl4 meet  f Iowa: Thz iee' Aid memm on the lain iharstisy of the montl The Ladies' Sewing Circle mts om the first Wednesday of the m4mtk present a tho we would wIvome cmr moot cordially in altair wl to share our divine wor  us. Coir meeting on Tuesday evening, 7:30 s the church and the spect prayer meeting service {dose nezt Wednesday evening, unless a The Senior Walther League m general wlah to cotinu them b o the first and third Tuesday of tb manie,d. mohair. When Lincoln was mted bY The Jumor Walthez League meet Douglas, he said "I am _a4d I on the third Thursday of the month, the race for i gave me a  Special Lenten Services every Wed- the greatest question of the  d needay evening at 7"0 until Palm I eould have god;ten it la mo ot Sunday. way." It reminds us how men md H. WITTROCK, . to have eonvicttom and fought fo CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES them and now it seems men are tind about declaring their beliefs for " The two mns of the year that of hurting tmsirs or of ttin in mean the most to the Christian s fuss. Therefore, a reeesst world are Christm or the by can Say that youth does not cars a- of Jesus and Easter or the day of bout the real political  o His resurrection on lext Lord day te day. The youth are only we celebrate r. For several after  eider- P w years it has been the habit to have a eyes are getting open th days 'sunrise prayer servlee in mmy ehur- men will again tak interest in ches. So we are plannh to beffin tl ties. day right next Sunday. Our mornin gee. H, M. Blout, Pastor, Prayer Service is to be held at 6 A. Hagenbach. M. Easter Sunday morning prayer Deett--Helena Hudson, Alberta the Christian church on Thursday af- meetings are always god so you can Deibert. ternoo The program arranged by be assured that you will be we]] re- Recitation, Here We Keep ..'ne" the hostesses was one of the best   lsaki a typical  storm that ia Easter Day--Bertha Louise MeVey. yen this winter. While every number hoped to hve been the dying  of paid for the trouble involved in at- Solo---Ruby Hull was excellently rendered and we]] I- a very mild winter b an exedh- Recitation, The Crusader HarOldceived, the recitation and vocal  ly frigid spring: in th lmsineas for Mann. by five year old Betty Keck and tl The country in general eslmckd Recitation, A Lily--Dorothy M recitation by four yeer old Betty  in the south, was visaed with torn- Craf Downing and the playlet by Mary does and blizzards that took a Song---Junior Deqpartment. Jane McBride, Walter Humble, Char- RecitationFrank Pasnore, Jr. lea Hana]ow and Charles Ri out this Imsinem he again era- Recitation, Our Sunday dob-- furth grade school pupils, wire the immediately around Mr. Pulaski but in the cigar business, eonth Loretta Deibert popular hita en the program. !noz of here y in the vi- inthis until his health foreed Musical Read--rtm Mflkr. t (mmmmm o reZmmitofeeorwhthe were: weal dm by M  heaviest,  on both raft and to  Reeitatio Ked iVoll and Mr W. G.  ! was halted- The storm Irv  boenla berta Ohio, on June 16, J Betty Vm   Fred Mayer, Jr.  M 1 tO kave  died at the  of 7Z ymm, 9 Miller. Beldk,  solo, Mrs. Clover Ms-:  of Ltham. Pmo Soo-- m. lme; pmo  M P. F Tm 1 Redtion, Nd I)eep--MarY lmand " W. G. K,,,.---ts;   ,SI, M,t cad kry  to tei Mr Flora Mitchell and Mt Evm  phone And ow am/ light  and Passmore. Cornet Solo, The pFloree M. During the sewing of muien, Beuon smt Hallwville mad rofrse ............ ' ----- was othe placea w early Monday nmets n-trume mu -;-- * -* dars  with" Van Hook. a,,..  M T ]sekll u,q vwu , Recitatio--   -" --'----'-: msade- ! ot etaide eemm A Second Weonu-Merli Ssa- irno an Eugene Dv, I - -- which if;diFizAcuh - ,-:ua tsmn"m The throe  o/ snow dL lln-guttar, covered the ground, rapidly disp- evening service is'at 7:30 o'clock. Organ OffetoryMrs. Fern Stuart ................. peered on Tlay  a warm Rev. J. Wayne Staley, pastor. Offering FRANK BOLLIN  and by Wednesday few traces of ............... Knthem--Choir. the snow  .-,l . JOIIN'B LUTHEqlIAN CHURII Gvodnight--Helena Hudson. Frank Bollin, 60, who died in his Since the above was written, the Benedictio--Rev. W. N. King home in Lincoln on Saturday after- weather man's March madne, which Sunday March 27th. Eaer Sunday were C. E. Wet. Ira A. C. Kop, Harry Buckles, M. Andemou and B. H. Keck. was in the Mar cemetery. FRED W. SCHULER before press time we were of the dath of Fred W. a former rosident and busi- nn of Mr. Pulaski. He died in and the body will be brought Mt. Putki on Friday where f-an- services will be held in the Funeral Home in this city at o'clock that afternoon, conducted Rev. H. Wittreek, pastor of the Luther,m Church. Burial will be Pulaski remoter. Schuler who was a widower, about 70 years of age and leaves son Walter of Chicago. He owns reeiden prertias in M made frequent trips here. last visit was ju recently. DEATH here received ward teIli of the death of William Buekle which oezrred o FrL March 18, 1932 t his home in Okl Funeral w held last Srhy. who was a native f was 82 years of age. He is by l widow, 2 daughters 3 sons. Loft also are the follow- brothers and sisters: Robert eqe, Kas; Mr m---- noon March 19, was a cousin to the it. P OFFICIALS APPEAR Rner family of this city. Mr. Bollin AT CiTY COUNCIL MEETING waa assistant eashie of the I2zeoln National bank, former city and coun- Supt. J. W. Kern and Train  ty official  for over 25 years wse C. F. Duggan of the Illhis Centm clerk of the grade school board of railroact company appeared before education. He also was active in fra- the city council a it regular meet- ernal societies, being a charter mere. mg on Tuesday evening t explain ber of Elks Lodge No. 914 of whi why the railroad company has made he was past exalted ruler. He had application to the Illinois Commerce been employed in the bank twenty- Commission for permission to dis- eight years. continue the operation f trains No. DINNER IN HONOR OF BASKETBALL TEA]I The M. Pulaski grade school ba ketbail squad were guests at di tending this mornin service, nor given in their honor on undaF Our Bible chool is always a good evening in the home of Mr. and MI school but lets put just a little extra E. IL Connolley. The dinner was al interest there on East.. Some of Foa ranged by Coach Roman Rom al folk who have been careless may Mrs. Romer, Miss Zenoit Zimmev- use Easter Sunday as starting mann, principal of the sooL, ]K. toll of aearly 2) live. point. and Mrs. E. IL Connoll, Mr. m The  did no reorted dama, The subjt for the serm at the Mr Theodore Zimmermaz r. mad i mo servi is to be, "Jeeus at Mrs. Harry _u, assi bY MI the Rea'. There will be   Rom who united  Ilal mu$, all   omb ing the ffalr  fitting  to 8 will make a mighty profeble hour. Tbeir smrd for the sea m : Several of you are planning enviable one, they lvinz to be- worn gin with nmt Ird's Day and kemp ty and lost three gmes aa up a more refuinr atte It tean, many of which s us ask  of you.  next Sun- them in size and  bT too eau b day and attend every Sunday till inches and Pnteccat Sunday which is seven proud of their tournamerK Sundays later. Let us ask at least as of the three tourtmmenta in this much of you. You will find Four- they competed, they won the Log. self well paid for your diligenc The county grade school tournament; the Distrt ment b thr :points and at Moweaqua they  champiomship by two p The ten members of the first tam are Harry Martin, Jr., Jk mermanr Franklin Connollay, 525 and No. 518 running betweea Clinton and St. Louis. In his talk to the council, Mr. Kern quoted figur and gave the amounts of cash loss to the company, these trains are - ring each month. As a substitute, the raiiroad eom- He was born on Jan. 15, 1872 in Lincoln where he had resided all of his life. His parents were Mr. and Mrs. "Ben Bollin. Surviving are his Sdow and six sister and one brother. Funeral services were held at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning in St. Pa- T. rek's church in Lincolm Rev. J. puny propos o run a eombimtion Mulgrew officiated and bual was passenger, mail, express and freight Holy Cross cemetery. train. Mt. Pulaski along with most tom and cities served, has made protest by petition against the remol. One of the reasons for the lroto on the part of citizens is because train No. 525 which arrives in Mt. Pulaski at 7:10 sam. bings the heaviest mail of the day including Decatur, Spring. field, Bloomington and Chicago dailies. in Re1tives from Mt. Pulaski and vicinity who attended the funeral were Mrs F. J. Roth. Mrs. A. F. Dillaver, Mrs. Emma Romer, Mrs. Willard Kautz, Mis Anna and John Fuhrer, Albert Schroth and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Duff. Mr. Bollin who was one of the most wdely knm men in Logan county had scores of friends in Mr. Pulaski who would have gone to the The hearin which was to have been held on Mar. 9, has been postponed until April 20 at 9 o'clock a. m. in the otfme of the I]lln,fis omeee Commission, Ce tennial building annex, Springfield. Dr. and Mrs. Lehners of I)atur bell in the home on the application funeral had road conditions  fa- vorable. One of the pleasant social events during the Imst week was the St. Patrick's party given by Miss Norett MeVey and Mis Clara Bo- of the latter on CKiea-x}; Mrs Wil- purchased the 160 acres of land sold South Vine Street. It was typical St. Mann, T"; J. A. Peter W. on Saturday afternoon in M Pulaski Patrick's  so far as the color C. ] Mr.  at conservator's sale by J. T. Kret- scheme of invitations, table appoint- has been way from zingr r of Fam Wol- mouth, dtiol ahd lunch was kostd as was ated Tuesday and Wedmday by a warm sun beneath which the snow of Monday almost had disap- peared by Wednesday eve, took a urn for the worse on Thursday morning. The spasm which was a comimnied by the Lavie ImOW'ldl f the winter, considering the short time it snowed, again covered the ground with a white blanket. The snow with its myriads of fan Call to Worship:"Praise ye the Stockton, Virgil Arnold, l,rd; Praise Him, O ye servants o ham, Dean Sehult, the Lord, ye that stand in the house Harry Milner and Albert Moore. of the Lord. Prai the Lord, for the Lord is good." A'NDED FUNERAL " Easter should be for us a happy day, and we should relve to atnd Mrs. T. W. Moore and son worship to the Lord in his Sanctuary and Mrs. Thomas Reed from Line0 if at all possible, were in Springfield o Thursday t$ We hope that all who poibly cn attend the funeral of Archibald L will at least attend one of the four ChLerfietd who died n Tued beautiful sight. About I0 o'clock the sun peeped out behind dark clouds, which might indicate clearing weather, altloug the weather predictions for Thurs- day and Friday are: local snow flur- ries or showers, Thurmlay or thurs- day night; Friday, unsettled with howers; rising temperature. ;O:-- ling flakes, many as large as silver services to be held at our Churc afternoon from burn> sustained dollars, if you remember the size of this Sunday, or better still attepxi the-explosion following the fire in th@ a silver dollar, we don't,-was all four. .<ringfield High Sckool on S The Services will be s following; evening, when 13 pers,m, were bu 6:30 A. M. Eaater Dawn Service ed and injured by the b!asts. Subject, "An Early Walk with the He was a nephew by marriage o Resurrected Jesus." Mrs. Moore and Mrs, Red. .::0 A. M. q,e Church School Chi[werfleld wh wa. janitor at 10:30 A. M. '[ne Morning Worship the Hawks apartment on West Mea- Communion and Re,zeption of Mere- oe St. neat" the school building, was bern. assisting the firemen when the expk, 7:30 P. M. Easter Program by the ion .curr'-l. Ass't. Fire Chief ]L Children of the Church School. W. Durham died from burns ear services will be held Thursday in the week. DEATH OF GRANDDAUGHTER and Friday Evenings at 7:30. Thurs .......... :: ........... Mrs. Benjamin Schroth living 5 day the celebration of the Holy Corn- FTATE VALUED miles e&st of Mt. Pulaski was calle<l reunion will be held. The Council will meet at the Par- An estate valued at $177,500 walt  Detroit on Saturday because of left lay William H. Brysou who dti the serious illne of her grand- nage Monday evening. Rev. W. r.L King, pntor, on March 8, aeeordinz * a Imtilfilolt daughter Marilyn Von Behren. The :o----- for letters of admini:rain filed lit child died on Sunday eveniing accord- M E/3ti/i  (ItCRCH NOTI 'county court on Mnday. The in to word received by relatives, estate holdir of Mr. Bryson Her parents were Mr. and Mrs. The largest congregation we have was rated the arget land  t Arthur Von Behren and she was had this year filled the capacity of the thern part of gan unty, born in Detroit Nov. 27, 1930. Left the main auditorium last Sunday. At valued at $167,500 and the percal are her parents and one brother, roll call one hundred eighty-four property is listed at $10,000, Her mother previous to her mar- names were called and ninty-four The widow Mrs. Mary A Brson riage was Miss Hilda Schroth. a.wered to their name. Eleven new was named administratrix  the The body arrived in DseatLr on members were received and two ehil- appraisers naned are Harry ] Wednesday evening and was taken to dren were christened. In the evening Elza Ogleby and A. E. the home of the grandparents Mr. the Epworth League voted to visit Legal heirs include the follovA and Mrs. Ben Schroth. Funeral r- the IJm Leag on Sunday wen- chiildren: M. Matilda Phllil %_ ces were held at 1:30 o'clock ing, April the third. At this time we Margaret Peteron, John  Thursday fternoon March 24 in Zion shall want all the church to go with liam M. Bryson, Jr. us and PaY a visit to  bus, Lake