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L i i : How Is Your Subscription? E XXIX MT. PULASKI T!M[!S _ I I I I I III e PULASKI, LOGAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS THUSDAY MAY, 12, 1932 i L NUMBER 41 EFLECTIONS lsy Ttte Editor we have just been too bloom- this week to reflect the way WOd like. a time we thought we were to have to head this column the title of "Default." Whel yott start cleaning You hate to quit (at least the do). dont' mean that there is anyone larticutarly enjoys that phase life hut there is a certain of satisfaction in seeing the product. that is our alibi and we hope wager that we have seen C0rnland After Better Roads Present Proposition Calls For Graveling Road From Lake Fork C>rnland seems to be approaching i a little nearer a solution of their: road problems following a visit of: the sta aid road committee there last week. The purpose of the meeting was to  consult together as to the most satis- factery route and mater.;a| to be us- !ed. The committee proposed that the l Irresent state aid road route from Cornland to Lake Fork be the cue to! be improved and tha the surfacLug life in ML Pulaski than a be cf gravel, all of which met the a.=- me  proval of the local people. fact,  It is not intended that the right we have seen it all hours i of way be widened, nor that gravel all kinds of "night life," how- be placed in piles along the road- side. nor to put in expensive bridges Public utility undoubtedly is and culverts, as has been done on a number of other roads in the coun- to have us come to tow . ty. The reason for this is ?.hat it is -- XgPwaty that in a few years a state at all hours of the _ g the I. C. railroad, making it unw ise things as "light" for us as pos- now to build an expensive and perm- i anent t2,2e of road on a. route which -- will likely be abandoned as a state .must get away from this work iid road within a few years. or folks will think that we .__.._-:---.- A Clean Sweep Peggy Stengel, 17-3rear-ld redhead of Pittsburg, earns pin-money by whittling little shi:-s, house, etc., and putting them together in- of bottles. General Smedley D. Butler. U. S. Marines. Retireq. whc i a candidate for eler:tion a Mayor of Philadelph;a, v, he;e he v-as once Chief of Police. i0. 0. ATTi00Eg00Y Fair Premiums Are w.,.s__ Demonstration Here DIED SUDDENLY day we begin to realize more On Next Friday mlol'e that we are not among -- -- A demonstration by Miss Nora AI-i .. tic, expert with the Illinois Public We]] Known Logan County Pres and Plans Have Been You meet someone Wima ut,,it", co,. will be the outstand" Business Man Died Outlined by Gov. YOu have rubbed elbows t  number on the program for the meet- I Emmerson affair er other, ing of the Mr. Pulaski Household i- Suddenly Monday YoU discover in the course o[ ee club to be held on Friday May 20. This will be guest day and eve'- that you are acquaint- body is invited to the meeting which seine branch of the family, will be held in the gymnasium of the f't, Some of our best friends Mt. pulaski Township High School. i Mrs. Helen Harper is chairman of s, fathers, sisters of bro- the committee whose members are: .vg here. : Mrs. Elizabeth McCain, Mrs. Helen i Tahnage , Mrs. Ruth Bender, Mrs. k that makes things , lleaunter especially i i Mary Scroggin and Mrs. Anna MANY Fault that  Schmi  elk up on. tle tow"-; itself that one 00McV\\;ey Hitting . as it is ,hel Ball On Nose mit. all it's the people in a Cecil McVey, of Mt. Pulaski, a kamim whether or not member of the championship Lincoln was born in Atlanta and last FetzY ear- " "" bed his 50th birthda,, SIX Of this total offering, $28,477 50 Ym y. college basketball team, is now hold- * reac . . . ....... % .hrrv moved to TM to be provided by urces other ing down an outfield position on ..,._+. fr - Lincoln where he on.!than the bi-eraual appropriation of when you find semeone Coach C. A. Baiof's Lincoln college m ........ a place it is because the I baseball team. In the Shurtleff game crated a garage and was the Chev- ; somethmg hke $350,000 from the not Imrtieularly liked them. at Alton last Thursday, he cracked rlet dealer. When residing in this licensed racetrack collections. Live- out four hits in six trips to the plate, city he owned the Auto Electric Ser- stock breed associations will pay o r da s I $7,977 50 of aectmrily a refleio  to aid in the 14 to 4 victory.  vice station although his y ungeo Y 'harness" race this amount, and the themselves but some- McVey, who toiled at second base were spent on a farm in Logan c unty. purses are to be en- -/Teachers lhve Been Engaged Number of Teachers For  Coming Year P.uc To Nine sh High School for the year 19,- ] were accepted at a special mee ing of the board of education on Monday evening. Nine instd f ten teachers hays en engaged for the next school year. This reduction in the number of teachers is made poib!e by re-ar- ranging the subjects taught in such a way that it will not impair the ef- ficier2y or high standard  , hool. The saving m salary of this one teacher and the reductiom in salary of every member of the faeul. ty, amounts to a considerable say. ing for the taxpayers. The names of the teachers engaged are: Lloyd L. Hargs--Priacipal. rge DertingerHistory and Director of Physical Education. D. L. Barr---ience. E. H. BeaverManuai Training Miss Helena LutherMathematic. Miss Thelma EbertmmerciaL Miss Florence Craig--Home - heroics and Biology. Miss Iielen MooreEnglish. Miss Helen TendiekFrench, L Much Higher This Year ................................................................ Lightning Strikes JENNERS ff$RA Near Dowing Home WEDDING EVENT to the country residence (f W. L. --- Downing on route 121 ha|f way bet-  wcen here and Lincoln, was struck by Illinois State Fair premiums for! The largest social event in vera] lightning about noon on last Friday, Oran Otis Atteberry, well known 1932, to be paid chiefly from funds weeks in Mt. Pulaski was held on At first it w& thought by Mr. and resident of Logan county and At-collected at the lic racetracks, i Monday evening when Mr. and M. Mrs. Doming and her sister who lanta business man, died suddenly  will be the highest on record, and ex- W. B. Jenner entertained 24 membe were seated at the dinner tbie, that about 1:30 o'clock Monday morning, pences, paid from general revenue, of their dub and also celebrated their the house had been struck, becau at his home in Atlanta. AA1 be kept down to the 1931 level, 32d wedding armiverry. A 7 o'clock of the deafening crash an3 the Mr. Atteberry was in his usual god, or almut forty per cent below the dinner was followed th 500 at six health yesterday and spent last even- cost in 1928. tables at which the honors were di i pranks lightning was playing in the ing visiting in Bloomington. He re-i e miu m offerings for this " . room but tpon examination it was ttabuted among Mrs. A. F. Dillav,lfo  t de froma great fret " i  mad   fs Mr, and the phrm outHnlMrs. Or Auer Miss Amelia Ban-land mesng the hoe up a bit, the l a short time, retired. Shortly after t for Rs presentation have been aP'I J. W. Mann, Oswald Brooker!damag e collated of putting the rg. ght he e ill with an attack I proved by Governor Iuis L. Era-  and George Suedmeter. 1 die, telephone and lighting system out of acute indigestion and passed away merman and the director of agricul- During the evening a mock mar- of commission. an hour later, a few moments afterture, Stuart F Pierson, total $218,-]riage in costume was staged, the the doctor arrived. 573---an amount believed to ,be the principals in the ceremony being Mr. :o. - Mr. Atteberry spent practically hight to be offered by any agricul- and Mrs. Jenner as the bride and iRentsch|er Infant his entire life in this community. He tural fair in the United States this groom; clergyman, A. F. Dillsav; Died Yesterday t brde's maid, Mrs. G. J. Smith; flow- I er girl, Mrs. W. A. Schafer; tr'ain i Frederick William Rentschter. s,n bearer, Mrs. DiIlsaver; ring bearer, of Paul and Margaret Rentschler died Glenn Wagner. The bridal party en-io n Wedneay, May 11 at 12:30 tered the room to strains of a wed- in St. John's hospital at Springfield ding march played by Mrs. A. F. after an illness of several weeks. LiI and the bride was given away: Fredrick William was born Sept by W. A. hafer. 18, 1931, died at the age of 7months I Mr. and Mrs. Jenner were tre ea!an d 23 days. He leaves to mourn his they just don't fit in. for Illinois college last year, has a bad ankle and Coach Balof has used they fail be,mse they him to advantage in the outfield since respond to the cemmuniy  early in the year. Against St. Bede, McVey came i ---.- through with three hits at.d thdoll WOrds they don't adapt every chance from the nel .wm i to their "surroungs- an error, and in nSh itlioe: toghi Iy, they display the wrong i scored twe put ou l r make-up to their new four hits. -- *--- line un] eL uVe,, will be in r r,, "t f'--f-., o,,m their home season i ------- when LII,y t "*" _ , _. (+ word, "when you are in May 13, when the Lynx play o"i  year. Dairy cattle breed organiza- luck dir and enjoyed a ]endid Display Down Town a the Romans do," if there Bede on the Lincoln diamond.  His parents, W. A. and Nellie dons, sheep and milk goat breeders program dung the aftcr=o3n. _.__--:o:------- Ouisenberry Atteberry survive and are  and th -,;o --o-- - +,o ,.- ....... -- -- "-:.:-- i - Parsons Kan They too  ,-- "' ' v'.' ." ...... :"L" ne regumr usmess meeting wal evil in....._se doing. !___ ., ,__L: IJ;,v h : resm-, ,, _ ' ." ..' . i snow mage up tne omanee o tr.e held immediatel,, + a; .... ,+.. A quilt on display in the Dowag i Mt. tlllili sss are former Logan oounry remaenta. I added ...... ! .....  .... ...=, a.. & TomHn show window that is at : i wails Science Priz$iM. Atteberry and son, Merlin, are I iv:n It con- tracting considerable a.zcntion and : -- t expected in the city soon to attend ., , _ rig Y lrs'Imuch favcrable comment, was made :-et ..... " -- Bar)" science teacher at the !'-ine xfuL ueorge Runny,.. PTesident rrank Wo]and of n; a piano by the members of the A. %'. Sunday ! Of First National l rdi by tr Van Hook. i School class of the Methodist chu,h M ) fuki rownship High School, I Mr. Atteberry was a member of  solo by Miss Helen Brooker and a and is known as a Fendship Quilt". During the afternoon, Mrs. King I The material used is Pete," Pan At the regular meeting of the!was pented with a beautiful fancy gingham in lavender and white made Board of Directors of the First Na- basket as a token of appreciation for ttp in Dresen Plate design and put tion.al Bank, Mt. Pulaski, held on her untiring labors given freely in together in lattice work style. There " in shanced $20,500 by the futurity prize lt o an old fashioned charivarl as the death, his Mr. Atteberry was roamed m L "man " " e p a m by the hore owrs guests were leaving for their homes, gran:arents, coln mber 4, 1900, to Miss Clara and Review. great-andgarents parents, two sister, Awe, who survives with two child-' n rse ..... m- - - and many other relatives. . The breed ation contributions iw" C T. v  " ren, Mrs. Paul Damthay of BloOm-ar e ater than before use two . U lnjoys Funeral services will be held Fr gre . % day aftern at 2 30 at the ho ington and Lowell Edwin AtteberrYo f the beef cattle breeds will .ge Pot L,,- n,... : me of I . , -*suta Mr and ....... at home. One grand.on, James Dan-ie, r ntional exhibitions in eonnec. ) ---_ Lai rs. n west on North shay also survives. Si and bro-ttmn w,th the fa,r thm year. The rm-1 The all da meet" ayette St. Rev. J. Wayne Staley there surviving are: Mrs. Blaine . . . y mg of the Mt. will hav t tmnaI orgamzatmns of the Hereford Puki chnvr nf the W s  qP l? ..... e charge of the services. Bur- IAndsey and Mrs. W. S. Warick of nd Shorthorn cattle breeders each hl n . q,..a-- :- ._  ..... a will be made m the Mt. Pulaski Atlanta, Orville Atteberry of Beason   ,, --=# m .e some o mrs. emeterv contribute $333.33, or one-third of W N Ki-, Wes" " ..........  " and Merlin Atteberry of Parsons,  ............ --,  , ree, was ... t esen o, ne two *om neex catUe attended b" abou" " ..... i , - Kan. A sister, Mr Dwight Foster . #  ov memoers ana . died at Parsors last October. !shows that are to be held here thm guests who participated in the pot NOVel Qudt On fired five shots at the evening. Exemplificatio of  work ' A large number from here attend- failed to do any seri- was in ce of the degree staff ed the Big Twelve track and literary than breaking out fi, om the Latham Iodg meet in IAnoln on Friday and Sat- About si-ty  pmt to enjoy urday aftens and eve_ng. Dr. third of fourth the igl bout MLfresh that Van Hook and George ner as- been  the Tuesday May 10, 1932, George Rup, cashier of the institution since 1907, was elected to the Presidency, filing the vacancy eau by the death of Mr. Robert Aitchin. B.R. Aithi- son wes elected cashier and B.W. Ely, assistant cashier. STARTING A NEW DEPARTMENT TODAY We are starting a department this week that will prove to be a profitable one for anyone who takes advantage of it. It's a Classified Ad Deart ment and is to be found on page 7. A liberal amount of white space will surrow this depart- merit thus giving it that much more pulling power. Classified Ads are one of the fastest moving media, that newspaper's have. Classified - era will tify to this. If you have anything o sell, trade, rent or deire, thai; you do not want to buy new, a Classified Ad will put you in touch with the party who will comy, lete the transaction. Read them on Page 7 every the interest of the W. C. T. U. Mrs. King is the prent Logan county president of the soiation. The Logan County Spring Institute will be held at Harturg on May 24. Legion Plans For Memorial Day Service are  large and 20 small blacks and the names o4" the 644 pens who I sucribed to the quilt are embroid- ered in lavender in groups of 20 in i the large s and the remainder are distributed among the smaller I blocks. I The quilt which was completed in March at an all ,Jay meeting of the l class held in the home of Mrs. H. A. A joint meeting of the Ameriean tEvans, was about 18 months in the Legion, Phoenix Fire Department and I making and such is the uncertainty of I. O. O. F. was held st night in the  Life, that about 17 persons who sub- Legion club rooms to form plans for scribed to the quilt, have passed away, Memorial Day rvices, May 30. The program will be held as usual with a eaker, sial vocal music MRS. POSE MCKENNA DIES Mrs. Rose Anna McKenna, Spring- and the assistarme of the Logan I field, mother of Hugh MeKenna, County Legion band. The services i formerly of Mr. Pulaski, died at 3:45 will be held at 2 o'clock, o'clock Wednesday morning May 1I The following committees were ap- in St John's hospital in Springfield. pointed at last night's rn*;- i Mrs. McKenna who was 77 years of Mt Pulaski Fire D ..... " I " epartment--43, age, is survived by her hund, two .. sons Hugh of Springfield, and AI C. Zah, Chas. Schultz and Fred may-, rt er. of Butte, Mont., and one daughter American LegionErrol  Mrs. Francis Ruebsan, Peoria, yan, i Funenal services will be held at 9 Harry Long and Art Worum. .__..:__ a.m. Friday morning May 13, in St. Joseph's BUYS INTEREST IN GARAGE ' field and wil Everett Brooker "ms purchased the vary Ed Holmes interest in the North St in,rage and will be known ..... of the local Science elub[Mt. Pulaski, died at her home in Il- estimable young mm[ Memoir_ .....   th M ]ieolt at 4:30 o'clock Sunday after-] the people of M Pu-are y y'_'_. +. were in eom-j. I " WOm as tllr pr-- Vr if they wll .... - Cro clubs from, Deeedent's maiden name was Lou-i t break.---Minonk News petition w,n f" " i vim Wood. She was married to San- 1 !the entire s. tder Rice, Feb. 15, 1877. She is l -- ------ I$'''m" :#t------.- I - pENALTY , survived by her husband; one daugh-I 5 ':" ..... L_J FIRST TAX her, Mrs. Helen Blakely, Portland,! romer ttommu .- ,-, one r cent enalty on ne ?,o- was imposed on May 1 Ore.; tw sons, Oscar of ringfleld, ight, E. C. Woodrum, un taxes Woodrum of the of this city, was held at his Texaco filling miles north of Dan-