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How Is Your Subscription? VOLUME XXIX MT. r'ULASKI TIMES 3Yr. PULASKI, LOGAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1932 = A LIVE TOWN I PROSPEROUS POPULATION 15 N! ECT/ONS By The Graduates may come and gradu- at may go, but the schools go on f, fever. At least, we sincerely hope that l],y will. To a great many 2vung folks, the latiuation of their high school days tim first of the many partings of ways that will fame them. 8eme will be for thP better, some reverse. 8me will rejoice and some will be with regrets. What at many times during the list four years looked to be the ltalaiest ntmment of their life--Ahe ifletion af their chool period-- _ already begam le Jtake on a dif- tcTeat aspect. Fend memories are tlready begin- to creep into the minds of  these Memories of many 3deasant events 4! wholesome assoeons; laeughts of friendsidjm that have very pleasant anl agreeable; All of whida are to /De disrupted it were, and a new mder of things  "floral, the irzt parting af the wsy, te ethers to follow, is the easiest to acx-ustom mats e]l ,o. ler youth, ever bubbUmg over with iasm and with a certain care- , quickly _dalm itmiif to new "mations. t fall however, lkere win be who will tdhed al tear r two, rhaps he lmlesome enmgh to spend a day or two with the at sdm wire Irate not t passed ca. Others will have i ee strengly entrance into mew lel of that they wilI lie attaiameat Six Teams In Twilight League ;Two More Teams Have Entered Playground Baseball League Two new tuns have joined e playground ball league and are get- ting in action this week for the first time. The new teams are he ngers captained by Jess Stuart and the Truckers piloted by Wilbur Hore- Last Thursday evening the Me- e.hanies took  fall out of the West Side Butchers by a score of 15 o 8. And they were able to repeat again on Tuesday hen they laid the North Side Ramblers out vo the tnne f 13 o 10. Foster nd Schaffenacker did the twirling duties for the Mee.lumics while Rommc carried all of the slab duties for he Ramblers. But fer a bad inning or o when the deftmive play was rather dubious, the ame was well Daed. It was necessary to play the gvznes week at the baseball field ixmtead af the high schooL ground Lt is hped that all the following games will be held there as the scraped lia- maml and roomY outfield are mmh more advantageous to play om The new ehedule for the cmmn gmes dJaring the next few wce .is as llows: Tbxrsday Y 2 ---South Side nts vs. West Side Butchers. Taesday, May 31---South Side chants vs. The Truckers. WdneIaY, Jane lNorth Side Ramblers vs. Hhslingers- lnmday, Jme 2---East Side Me chanics vs. West ide Butchers. y, Jr West Side Etx chers vs. Hmrs- W- ,hme 8--South Me vs. Ea Side Mechanics. ThursdN, June 9--North Side Ramblers w. Trudgers. TuesdaY, Jnne 14--South Merchants vs. ingers. WY, June 15--North Side' s. West  Butchers. tv Tuesday, June 21Truckers vs. tiil others, perha cmapel- West Side Bnters. necessity to go out into rite WednesdaY, Jnne ---South Side endeavor and take eP the Merchants vs. North Side Ramblers. of providing a livelihood, havl '12aursday, Jne 23---Ea.t Side Mv- a f eeUng of pride in shedding ehanies vs. Truckers. scholarly attire and meeti In a hotly contested game Wednes- day evening a team captained bY WiN MEMORIAL DAY PROGRA2v00 Monday, May 30th CITY PARK at 2:00 O'K ,tC ..... IX)GAN COUlgTY LEGION BAND INVOCATION ........ REV. WM. N. KING tL Mt'slc MEMORIAL ADDRESS - - REV. J WAYNE STALEY SIAL Mvslc BEneDICTION ...... REV- HARRY M. BLOUT UgIC LOGAN COUNTY LEGION BAND Ftowing the program in the  Trk, all organi- mtkms vfll form i line and march o :te cemetery to tq gh School Activities End With Commencement "Good Bye, Dear Old Hi'" Glenn Bantams Carl Bntclunr Michael Drak Billie C.odard Erwin Grathwhl Frank Pierron R. I'--f Frederick A. Lp Lloyd Marshall ward Michener John Wittrock John Zelle Mildred Adernmn Dale Aitchison Virginia CIear Fern E. HIstead Mildred Hurter Marjorie Lamar Margaret F. MiUs With Many py Events L. B. Hagenbuch Dies Suddenly Death Came As a Shock to His Family and Host of Friends high school auditorium at 8 o'clock, the Open House program on Monday from 7:30 to 10:00, the final program i The death of Lewis B. Hagenbueh, well known retired farmer and high- ly esteemed citizen whkh occurred in his home on West Cook street a- bout 8:30 o'clock on Monday evening May 23, 1932, was unexpected and sudden. Although hia general health was somewhat impaired f@llowing an attack of influenza several years a- go, his condition was not considered mous, ,and his death was a vere shock to his 5fe. family and hots of friends. On Monday eveniag he retired shortly after passing the day in his usual mr. Shortly after he re- t tired, Mrs. Hagenbuch become alarm- ed at a peculiar sound from the bed and immediately summoned Dr. F. C. Van Hook, but death had occurred be- fre his arrival. Lewis B. Hagenbuch was born at Tamaqua, Schuylkill count5', Pen on July 28, 1855 and died at the age of 76 years, 9 months and 25 days. His parents were Amos and Sarah Hagenbuch who came to Logan coun- ty when Lewis B. was three years of age, they settling on a farm. Farming was the occupation of Mr. Hagenbuch until 1914 when he re- tired from a--tive work and moved to this cry. All the years of his resi- dence in Illinois were passed in and ! near Mt. Pulaski, his farming ativi - ties being conducted on the east, north ad wct of tis city. On Nov. 14, !878, he was married in Lincoln to Mis Emma Pfau of this city. This estimable couple cele- brated their golden wedding anniver- Following the Class Day Program sary three years ago. Decedent who tomorrow evening, the closing ativ- was he last member of a family of eight children, is survived by his wi- "ff,es of the h school commence- dow, two daughters at home, Misses meat scion will take place - Emma Elizabeth and Elnora, one flr of the week. son Waiter ward, and one grand- wi the baccalaureate son Walter Edward, Jr. One daugh- r' on Sunday evening at the! ter Anna Cecelia who was their first child, preceded the father in t dth. Lewis B. Hagenbu,eh was bapti in the Lutheran faith on Serrt. 13, some will have an ad- over the fellow wha rout fighting life's battles at that ima't going to detertnine wire Will win the race of fife. bur Horn defeated a team captained by Jesse Stuart by a cerc of 16 to 14. As far as we know there were no cas- ualtys altho some of the boys have the usual sore arms. There seems to he a good spirit of rivalry and the crowds enjoy the games immenseLy. . It is being to he the fellow whi --:o-----'-" 772'. i Landis Estate  as they are; " I m t_.&! to make the best of them sad I his way out of any leblems I not fit in with his scheme of l To do this he must he fair with not eltly his felhtwmen but with himself t Well . The .,mm*e ethics apply in llfe's leLS as apply to the wilufing a imsketbaH game. play, good sportsmanship and spirit. ..evelt though one maY not the high pinnacle of so.called sueeesx that many seem to tx memry, it is better to fall this pinnacle than to xttam ffairly. do not try to *,rlife in terms of  bet m ma of xervice to your fellowatea- ancial gain does not invar- [eilew such an outlook, their is within one's self that The partition sale of the Landis estate property co by Master in Chancery E. C. Mills on Saturday i afternoon May 21 in the court yard in" this city att--ed a fair sized crowd. The property consisted of sev eral plots of ground and residences in the city and the farm located ea G race Rowell Irma Rump Mabel Bonnie Stopher Margaret Tierney Louise Van Hook Bernice Voyles Clara Wehner Florence Wittrock Sale Saturday Beaumont Band Coneert Next Wednesday Night The laumount tnd of this cry will give the first eeneert of the so on next Wednesday night at 2:15 in the city band stand. The band is under the direction of Wilbur Rods and will play the fol- lowing nun* xrs: Mrch, "Thunderer," Sousa. of ML Pulaski. the l The farm was bid in by Farmers Bank of Mt. Pulaski; J. M. Rothwell bought the residence pro* party and two lots which jo his residence on the north in block 6 and lots 13 and 14 in block 1 all in Ma- son's addition; Charles Gordon was the high bidder on lots 1 and 2 and March, -Washington Post," Sores. Overture, "Arbitration," Barnal Novelty, "Boostin" the Bame", Chenette. March, "National Fencibles," Sou- so. iezzo, "After Sunset," Pryov. Waltz, "Sea Breezes," Loeey. lotS 10, 11 and 12 in block 2, all in! Fox Trot, "They Cut Down the Me.son's addition, and Fred Mayer, Old Pine Tree," Rakin. Jr., bo lots 1 in block 28 in the March, "The Jolly Copermith," Boettger. original town. The properties which were bought i March, "El Capitan," Sores. for investment  some for home- :o------ sites, sold reasonable and are well NIGHT BASEBALL IN LINCOLN worth the prices paid. i Night baseball is being played in ._...--so-e-----" Woman's Club Hostess To County Organization cuing at 8:15. Baccalaureate Program The baecalaute program is as follows: Processional--Clas of 1932. "The Angelus"High School Glee Club, Clark. InvocationRev. J. Wayne Staley. "The Viking Song"--High School on March 27, 1870. About 1887 he transferred his member to St. John's gv. Lutheran church. Short funeral services were held on Thursday afternoon May 26 in the family home at 1:30 o'clock and at 2 o'clock at St. John's Ev. Lutheran church. 'le pastor Rev. W. N. King officiated and the music and song service was conducted by Mrs. J. H. Stuart at the organ and Miss Viola Drobisch sang two hymns, "Some- time Weql Understand", and "Beauti- ful Isle of Somewhere." The casket bearers were John Start, Gustave Drobisch, George Suedmeier, W. B. Jenner, Emil Bueh- ler and Frank Sellers. Burial was made in Mr. Pulaski cemetery. o W. C. T. U. Met at Hartsburg Glee Club, Coleridge-Taylor. Baccalaureate Address---Rev. Har- ry M. Blout. "Grant Us Thy Peace"--High School Glee Club, Gounod. Bepediction Rev. William N. King. Open House Program The public is given an urgent in- vitation to visit the school between the hours of 7: and 10:00 for an inspection of the projects in the various classes in Manual Arts, Home Economics, English, History, and other departments. There will be a physical education program given by the girls at 7:30 This will be followed by a band and orchera program at 8:15 Commencement Program The address of the evening will be given by Howard DeF. Widger of the Eastern Illinois State Teachers The Spring Institute of the Logan t County W. C. T. U., held in Harts- burg on Tuesday, was well attended and the meeting is said to have been highly successful in every way. Mrs. W. N. King ot Mt. Pulaski, College. the county president presided at the The complete program follows: business session when reports of de- Cornet Solo, "Columbine", Vander-I partment heads were received. Mrs. cookAlvin Hahn. t W. E. Beach of Lincoln, vice-prest- lnvocation--Rev. William N. King. I dent, was appointed to assume the "My Heart at Thy weet Voice," Iesident's dmties until the annttal from Samson,et Dalila, Saint Sachs, election to be held in the falL This "Estrellita", Manuel Puce--Mrs'l action was taken use of the con- W. G. Kautz. I templated removal from the county Address--Howard DeF. Widger, of Rev. and Mrs. King. ! Thee from Mt. Pulaski who ac- eomFan Mrs. King to Hartsbrg 1 were: Mrs. J.T. Hershey, county treasurer, Mrs. Dan Blackford, Mrs. J. W. Rupp, Mrs. H. M. Blout, Mrs. Heater A. Evarm, Mrs. John Mcn- old and Mrs. T. A, Scroggin. POPPY DAY SATURDAY FOR DISABLED VETERANS more to You if you well even tho a sultan- account imssts you by. tl kind of s sucee, we bid o ws at Theatre Sunday or Monday will be no shows at the Mr. on Sunday and Mon- aext week in view of the f activities are swing on these two evening r shows this weak held and Friday, Lincoln this season, the first games ident Board of Education 2fsdLRafi being played on Monday evening at Presentation of Iplomas Ben the ciW playgrounds. Giant refl- i Ptter, President Board of FMucatiom tors have been placed on the grade "Eri tu," from the Masked Ball, Verd .... school grounds and furnish ample light for play. A league of eight teams has been formed and play will be held on Monday, Tay, Thursday and Fridday nights at 8 o'clock. Department of English, Eastern Illi- nois State Teachers College. "A S of Provence", Eva Dell' AcquaMrs. G. A. VoiLe. Presentation of Awards--- Princi- pal Lloyd L Hargis. Gov. Loum . Emmerson has is- Where er You Walk," Handel sued a statement urging statew ! Wilbur Stoll. observance of "Poopy Day," Satur- Benediction---Rev. William N'!day, May 28. This movement, the King. i statement said, gives every citizen -- an opporutnity to contribute toward CHANGE IN SCHEDULE OF L C. TltAINS On WY June 1st, two I. C. trains will be discontinued. No. 525, south bound, due 7:10 A. M., and No. 518, north bound, due 1:33 A. M. will be taken off. On this same date a mixed train, handling baggage, express and pouch mail will run between Cinton Springfield. No. 543 leaves Clinton 6:30 a. m. and leaves Mr. Pulaski 8:80 the comfort of disabled soldiers. Be- cause the f received from ales of poppies make the lot of hopeles- qy crippled veterans easier, he stud, the veterans' organizations sponsor- ing the movement okl receive complete cooperation. The small compensation that the disabled men receive for making the poppies, the statemeltt pointed out, enables these unfortunate to purchase erticle at are not by the govern- Springtleld 10:$0 a. merit, of Liroln was in "----" li The Mt. Pulaski Wonmn's dub Fdaraon County .... 2 which ts the on ThursaaY m, , _:.; of the sate tu county organization- the I o: The picnic will be held at Downing cabin three miles north of i MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE8 Mt. Pulki an Salt Creek- In case of AT CARLYLE CEMETERY unfavorable weather, the pmme will Memorial Day services will be held 4)e made an indoor affair at St_ at Carlyle cemetery, four miles west John's Lutheran church and south of Mt. Pulaski on Sunday A .... ,. to join in the picnic afternoon, June 5 at 2 o'clock. n mv _ . ,IT .... ,. clubs  . -- 4ended to w o Rev. J. Wayne Staley will deliver has een v-- n, Atlanta, Middle- the memoriaL address. at Lincoln, IJeao . | - er Township. AI As is etmtomary, lot owners will de- t town anu ,-  are Mked to corate the graves, there being no spe-! club  ..... ,,,o_ sand- ! cial arrangements for securing flow- ! bring 'th own mm ..... ands of  food l tbe which will m. City Makes $11,ooo Appropriation For The Is Cut Almost in Half History was made at council meeting last ing when the council slash' annual appropriation o $II,000 for the present year. The appropriation ordinance ditions, down to $15,470. The comparison of this  financial setup with the one fox will sho just where the r ment has been made. 1932 Finances ............. $ 700 Streets & Alleys ..... 3000 Fire Department ....... 120 Police ............... 1500 Ordinance & Printing __ 400, Public Grounds, Buildings and Water Works __ 25 Street Lighting ....... 30(& Bonded Indebtedness __ 210 Public Benefit ........ 1070: Total $15,470 Another savings which ized by the voters last year the oiling of treets which taxpayers $'2.500. In order to make this savir- was necessary to reduce the s of various officials at least for time being, and to postpone other projects that can for the   .... sent be eliminated. Other ma,ters of routine bum were trancted during the.metric. A full membership of the b  was present to answer .the' roll of Mayor Turner. I Memorial Window Create l Much Interest Down B. A. Tyler has loaned his coR tion of guns and other things of torical interest for a displa in window of Doning & Civil war and some the Civil war. Some of the guns are dred years old and some are of latest type. A display ie of g, ret educational something worth seeing. l-ms been listed and the list is in fhe window so that each .may be identified: pretrifled snake and tmffalo from a buffalo killed in the before the Dakotas were divided to States. SERVICE FOR LEGION A svial Memorial:  w he held at the Christian Chuh Sunday morning at the church service hour. The 10caI the American Legion wibe at this service. The members requested to meet at the Le and marda down in a body; GAVE SERMON FOR RUTLAND Rev J. Wayne Staley baccalaureate sermon at high school last Sunday subject was "In the Cross of I Glory.". Eleven years ago he was the Rutland Chstian church dress six years ago. OPENING SERVICE STATION rge Millard is opening a sub--- vice station on the new north road entrance to Mt. Pulask on Chestnut street next Sunday. F are to be given all purchasers on. opening day. --:o. -- MOVING HERE FROM DANVI F. C. Spenler left for Danville - ly this morning to bring back household goods of F. Barnett is taking up his residence here.  . Barnett is a member of the firm Rund & Barnett of this city. ALUMNI PLAN RECEPTION FOR 1932 SENIOR CL A reception in honor of class of 1932 will be given in high school nasium on the ev ing of June 16th. This date cided upon last night by the ex tive committee of the Alums ciation, meeting at the home of Etta Upp. A drive fo the annual under way. Metrrs are hand their dues to any mem te committee, or they re to Miss Upp. of