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THE P UL0000.SKI TIMES MT. PULASKI. LOGAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS I&apos;HURSDAY APRIL 21. 1032 NUMBER 39 XKIX s Club Invents 00ithout Will Retire After Political Pot Is 25 Years Service tartea O_ew:__ 0 UDl7 President ,,,. Alice Dro----'sch To Dis- Lorah Lipp Is Chosen New President of Lo- gan Co. Federation irs. Irah Z. Lipp, re-tiring pres- of the Mr. Pulaski Woman's elected rresident of the Federation of Wo- during the annual meet- :held late last week in the Lin- Woman's club building. Mrs. Woland of Beason is the re- president. officers elected were secre- lilts. Alfred Brown f the Chap- club; directors, Mrs. H. of Middtetw and Mrs. of Lincoln. Pulaski and Atlanta Woman's furnished the afternoon for this all day mee:ing. The members presented the three "June Time" and the from Mt. Pulaski, Mrs. G. [ :Mrs. W. G. Kautz and Mrs. l musical numbers con- duets and a piano solo. Pulaski Woman's club mere-I the members of the to- Federation to ho!d their June picnic in this city. O In Business Of Two Barber Shops Drobisch. whc has conducted shop in the same building West side of the square for of forty years, has sold his to A. F. Dillsaver. who learned under Mr. Drobisch and associated with him for the years. recent business change is C. T. Turner who for many a barber shop in the building on the west side has leased his sho to of I mtham. T'desday By Four Votes Sir Richard Squires, Prime M in- ! ifer af the Colny of Newfound- tared, whose govcrn-m wa fore- : to resign by  mb which z:'ked e -h:nii ]eiative 21-year-old Ernest Patrick of C lumbus, Inaiuna, i.,. -alied .e .oy Edison". He has invented a way of 7 icking up radi broadcasts with5 at building, using tubes. _ Dem00c:at c Keynoter [ ! L00:0000g,..<[i)()00andLittlest held here on Taesday. This in several years. race for alderman in the se- was a lively affair between Kemmer up for re-election M. Drobisch, the latter win- 46 votes. In the third ward, won over Wilbur Horn VOtes. ward follows:First ward, unopposed 70; second 116, Drobisch 162; rd, Horn 52, Zimmerli 94; yes 243, No 247. Marion Joan Wagner of St. [uis makes frir.ds with Barry- Von Ochswand, champion SL Bernard of America a St. lmui: d:g show. Senator Albert W. Barkley of   hosen 4r- ary chairman 'te Democratle National C)nvention to meet in ' June, and will deliver the "keynote I speech." tO appropriate the Answers to o. to S uary Fire Department o, Drast by four votes at the city C ti00. 0000o,o00,00ion 00--00Cuts Are Made Two Out of Town Appeals $25.000 Loss in Warrensburg Business District Sunday Elevator At Latham Destroyed The fire is thought to have started about 2 o'clock in the morning in the basement of the Beall grocery store and was discovered by Mr. Beall who had been sleeping in the store because of a burglary some time ago. When be was awakened by a police dog Girl Is Now Retrenchment Policy Will Be Put Into Effect By Board As a step toward reducing operat- ing expenses, a polio: of was adopted on Monday evening ! s rpial meeting of the board of edu- i cation of the Mt. Pulaski Township high school district. As a move in i this direction,a general and drastic i salary reduction was unanimously continue Her Grade Republican Central Commit School Duties tee Selects L. G. Gilbert As It's Chairman MLs Alice Drobich, instructor of mus in the Mt. Pulaski Grade school L.J. Gilbert, of Atlanta, was re. for the past three years, is plannin elected chairman of the republicam !to retire from Public School service, committee at a strictly committee having completed twenty-five years session from which all except corn- of teaching in the states of Illinois, mittee members were barred. Indiana and California.  Gilbert, supported by the former Miss I)robisch began her teaching Emmersn and Custer committee- career in the public schools of Deca-linen, was elected by a majority of tar, when she taught for ixteen 2 to 1 over William Ellis, re- ::,.ars. tIavinu :tudied music since a senting the Carlstrom-Small eoali- matl child ,he dc:idcM to specialize tion on the committe. The vote on chairman resulted as follows: Gilbert, 3777; Ellis, 152. in this ul [e-t ad rezigned from the Decatur position. After atnding the Music School of Northwestern Uni- versity for two years and obtaining a teacher's certificate, abe was offer- ed a music position in Decatur which she refused on account of having al- ready accepted a position as Supervi- sor of Music in the High School, Jun- Girl ior High School and Grade Schools of Sullivan, Indiana. After three years of commendable work, she re- signed in order to complete a music course at the Urfiv-trsity of S. Cali- fornia in  Angeles, from which institution she received the degree of Bachelor of Music. After teaching in the Brawley High School for three years, she returned to the East, sub- few- Graduate Nurse Mildred McCann Com- Idetes Course in Nur- sing At Springfield in the class of 50 gradu- at St. John's gehool of Springfield on May I, is MeCarm, daughter of Joseph McCann of Mt. Logan county mere- class are the Misses Hubbard, twin daugh- and Mrs. G. H. Hubbard sisters of Nicholas )f Mt. Pulaski. They were city. Also Janita and Emma Ruenzi and all of Lincoln. program will open with mass at 6:15 o'clock May I in the Chapel. mass, class pins will be and the following standing com taw ___ed. Buildings anu on the graduates and mittees were n-, - .. ,, va.,,,, Will be served in the grad- uncds_._George RuPP, 1. v: .,,-n. Supplies---J olin room with the sisters as and Chas. A. Ey, After the business meet- Tendick, J. T. Hershey and Harry for the coming year will Martin; teachers--wynd, RupP and and an address will be Daily, president of Ey. __...--:a--"- association and by Sis- dean of nursing edu- LINCOLN ORCHESTRA WINS pOPULARITY CONTEST exercises will be An unusual contest was staged at o'clock in the afternoon the City GaragewhendarCejesspavilin'Niel Sat-and Academy. The George and St. John's Nur- urday night,ber.aeks of springflemMC and society directed by Helen his Lure J -" -- Ser- Chas. Hoelcher and hs Laneom and accompanied on the - -- *r three hours, in a r laya  enade ,P -:- At the conclusmn of Rourke will furnish tie ct mu } bat "--'-rity vote was ra- the dance, a popuu, on Sunday evening a be given by the alum-, ken, Hoelscher's Serenaders receiving of the graduates and 71 votes and......_:o...._McNiel's Lumberjacks 37. rral by a reception in  RO from 8 to 10 @. m.,  of ' : m Two early morning calls to neigh- boring villages were answered by members of the Mt. Pulaski Fire de- partment during the vast few days. The calls were answered prptly, but as is often the case, when the men and pumper arrived at the scene, the burning structures could not be agreed upon by the board, which will saved as the flames had made too effect every member of the faculty much headway. At both the fires at as well as two janitors. Latham and again at Warrensburg, In line with this plan of economy, the boys succeeded in preventing the the study periods will be so arranged spread of the flames and that is con- that will permit the elimination of:siderable. one teacher. The salary reductions Fire destroyed the Mr. Pulaski which will average better than 10 Grain Co. elevator and about a car- percent, added to the saving of the load of corn at Latham shortly after salary of one teacher, will amount to a considerable sum. Other plans a-2 o'clock Friday morning. long the line of retrenchment with-I The use of the fire is unknown out in any way imputing the efficiency as the elevator machinery becauze of The new board of educt ..... wee -- . . .... :- ago for orgamzazm frame structure coverea wtn co,- iew evm- " t of with Ben potter the new :titedT:ru gated sheeting, was a mass of flames the board presiding. Mr. ident of i soon after the fire was discovered by oxnerience gained as @ .... :^- tizens and the crew of an incoming the grade scnooi .'_^u ,Mified ]reiht trait, - ternls IS w  _ o for severa -' " --n be relied ": Ms-,or and crew of Mr. l- for : aeve :?eaa aa=ll tim the m- , upon . . - " -il tech- hski firemen with pun-per were cal- welfare and interest ox pup , led and conctrated their efforts in er and taxaayer, recre- saving nearby property. H. Y. wynd was re-elected No estimate of the loss was given stituted in Springfield for a months and then came to Mr. Pulaski. On account of many requests for private lessons in violin, piano and voice, Miss Drobisch will take a limi- ted numr of pupilis durirg the months of June and July. :Ol DRIVER INJURED AS TRAIN HITS COUPE H. J. Suedmeier received sligh*, cuts about the head and body braises and his companion, E. G. Phinney, escaped injury when the Suedmeier Wt Coupe w struck  a Eeek crosng of the Illinois Central rail- i road on route 121, 2 miles southeast of Lincoln. The accident happened a- bout 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon .when Suedmeier who wa driving and his companion were on their way home from Lincoln. The coupe was partly over the track when hit by the engine, was knocked to the ditch and badly wrecked. It was towed to Mr. Pulas- ki by the Holmes wrecker. :O I=--.--.- MT. PULASKI GIRL IN GLEE CLUB TOUR 16t3. Delegates to the state convthl: next Friday were appointed aa fol, lows: John G, Oglesby, Hornet* ]SL Harris, Fred I, Edgell, Cnm'l Games, M. Richardson, man, Charles R. Routson, Gordon, Charles E. Dehner, J. Smith, William Williams, Behrends. Alternate delegates are George Miller, George Awe, Clrles A. CtflN Claude C. Tull, Joseph Malch, Vernon Ridgeway, J. W. Dunn, Elea- nor Barnes, C. M. Colburn, John Hail- man, L. A. Whitnah. Democratic Committee Charles MeCue and Cloyd F. - rard were re-elected democratic chair- man and secretary respectively L. B. Shroyer was named treasurer a a harmoniou meeting of th, dem- ocratic committee. The slate of delegates to be :umed was composed of A. F. Dii.%aver,, William Moore. L. L. Denniso, P H. Ryan, T. W. Lawler and ilarold Trapp. Alternate delegates were: Patrick Bohan, Edward Maher , Clare Hieroymus, Martin Grathwohi, To Haxmen and L, B. Shroyer, i Jaekie RnsA ...... Soloist Makes Reputatiov Jackie Russell, grandson of Della Kinert of this city ia making & national reputation for himself as & vocal soloist. The lad who has hardlll reached his teens, has recently  peared in a concert in Lincoln and sang with the famous Ben Be orchestra in Springfield last week. This noted orchestra leader was impressed with the boys" that he arranged for the y ompany the orchestra to SL where he appeared aa soloist wi'h the orchestra in a St. Louis The :re on Saturday and Sunday evening. I Jackie is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Russell of Springfield. M: Rus- Miss Dorothy Connelly of this city, sell was formerly Miss Ruby Kinert. m company with the William Woods f Mt. Pulasik. College glee club of Fulton, Mo., has'-  :o: "just completed a three-day tour of i St. Louis and St. Luis county, ap- VT] AN . pearing in a n00be, of church BUSINESS Remains of Joseph Adams Taken to Birthplace For Burial Joseph Adams, well known vera business man, died at 3 o'clock Stun- day afternoon /pril 17, in St. Clara'm hospital in Lincoln. Death was due to ,00am. and in c00.s be,ore various MAN DIED which he kevt with him, the room was [ already filled with suffocating smoke. 'high schools. With the aid of the dog he reached The glee club this year is made up i the front of the store and gave the l f twenty-four bers and the ac- alarm, companist is Miss Louise Guthrio of The Warrensburg fire department Charleston, Mo. The concerts and , Sunday sacred programs were direc- responded with chemicals but as these were useless, they returned to ted by Mrs. Charlotte Jameson, head of the voice department of William fire headquarters for the pumper Woods College. The club gave a pro- which is flt.ed with a gasoline motor. gram of anthem music and a vesper I It failed to function and upon exam- musical program in the Hamilton Av- ination it was fo that the spark enue Christian Church. They also ap- plugs had been removed. No parti- cular significance is attached to the i peared in a program at the Union a complication of diseases from whhflt Christian Church, St. Louis and the he had been suffering for some time. absence of the plugs as the pumper Webster Groves Christian Church .... Joe" who was a bachelor and Hv- st)od in the city hall where anyone ATointments were also filled at the ed alone above his place of bsinea had access to it. The buildings destroyed are @wned i Cleveland High. School, . Roosevelt. , was quite ill for several day: befo I Beaumont Hgh school, all m the Urn- it became known to his fried who by H. A. Shuttle and he also owned versity City High School had him removed to the hospital on the implement store, blacksmith shop This is the only out-of town trip tFriday morning. and adjoining building. His loss is i placed at $20,000 and the loss on the to be made by the William Woods Decedent who was of a qui: diapo- sition and was a likeable fellow, had grocery sk of Mr. Beall is placed College Glee club this year. I at $4,500. The value of the records --:o:------ been a resident of this city ud ec- and equipment of the Masonic ledge Warrensburg Appreciative I munity for something over fort could not be obtained. The lodge room , years. He worked on farm: many was located above the grocery, A Local Firemen's Work years age but his trade wa* that Of punvper and crew from the Decatur fire department were also on duty Citizens of Warrensburg awt,ee ton at various times. In lat'r yem at Warrensburg. that it was due mainly to the prompt- he (,, nducted a soft drink .i:a'ior ha :o:------- ness and efficiency of the Mt. Pulaski his building on the west side of the firemen, and freely acknowledge that square" VISITING FROM MINNESOTA t credit is due them for preventing the Joseph Adams was born in {werr horo, Ky., Oct. 12, 1855 and died at the age of 76 years, 6 month and I$ days. Sing is one sistc" Mrt. Habrigg of Louisville, Ky., ar! other relatives in that state. The body was taken to the She funeral home in Lincoln where it 1 rosined until Monday evenin vhen it was shipped to the city of hi: birth for burial. It was accompani ! by It nep who arrived from KtueklF on Monday. -- :O t------- SHIPS CARIA)AD OF STO( by Nicholas Hubbard of Mt. Pulaski, manager of the ML Pulaski Grain Co., pending investtien. The com- pany also rates elevator* at Nat- its, Cornland avd Mt. Pulaski. The second call came early Sunday morning from Warreburg when a conflagration threatened to wipe out the business tion of the city. Three business buildings with s+;cks of gro- ceries, implements, blacksmith shop and records and equipment of the Ma- sonic lodge were totally destr*yed at an estimated loss of $25,. The pumper was taken to Warrens- burg by Chief Mayer accompanied by C. G. Hughes, F. B. Snyder, Fred and Harry Holmes and John Snyder, but little could be  by them as the flames had spread through the three buildinp so their efforts were concentrated ha eonfini the flame to the lmrnig s*. Mr. Berryman Wood arrived in Mt. Pulaski last Friday from Bloom- ing Prairie. Minn. He visited his sis- ter Mrs. Mward Ryan, other rela- tives here. Mr. W0od formerly lived in Mt. Pulaski going to Minn., 34 years ago, TURN TO PAGE SIX The attention of the sub- scribers of The Times is especi- ally called this  to a change in the editorial setup as as the of this spread of the flames which destroyed three business buildin in that city early Sunday morning. Although a pumper amt crew in charge of an assistant chief from the. Decatur fire department were at the scene of the fire the following article peared in the Decatur Herald of Wednesday mornng: "Prompt response of the Mt. Pu- laski fire department prevented the spread of the fire in Warrensbrg early Sunday morning, Warre residents were agreed ing. Although handicapped adequate water supply the Mt the