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i  .... : /:,!i / ' " ,WtrO 00unty News I ARRESTED IN LINCOLN Bennis, Jr., Middletown and Chandler were arrested in on disorderly charges Fri- night. AT QUIVER LAKE md E. Bramlet, driver for } McCoy Clean Towel Service out was drowed at Qui- Lake, Saturday evening. STORE MANAGER ROBBED Maxey, assistant manager the Bln Montgomery was held up Saturday ev- and robbed of $2,000 in cur- and $1200 in cash. was left in a field a short northeast of Lincoln, and he had fr=d hmself, went to of J. H. Birnbaum and eal- LINCOLN SUICIDE Paniel Aughton of Lincoln com- mitted suicide last Monday morning by shooting himself with a revolver. Cause was given as despondency ov- er his health. 12 INJURED IN BUS MISHAP Twelve of 14 passengers on e De- Luxe St. Louis-Chicago bus were cut and bruised at 3 a. m., Monday when the bus sideswiped a state highway department truck parked at the right edge of the highway, two miles north of Funks Grove near the Ridgeway crossing over the Alton railroad. BACK FROM WASHINGTON Former Lieut. Gay. John G. Og- lesby has returned to his home in Elkhart after a trip to Washington. While in ,the capital he conferred with President Hoover on the politi- cal situation in :!q:.ois, Mr. Ogles by was in charge of the western campaign for President Hoover m 1928. MAN ACCIDENTLY SHOT Tabor, 28, was accidentally in the abdomen with a rifle bul- evening while he and two young men were practice along Sugar Creek, five northwest of Atlantis. i N ZOLLARS LOSES CHICKEN HOUSE BY FIRE A chicken house on the Don Zol- farm, located east of the city on was destroyed by fire at Saturday afternoon. formed a bucket brigade ! Fireman Goldsmith answered in the Dodge chemical Other farm buildings nearby not damaged. FARMERS PLOWING WHEAT FIELDS UNDER Rather than see their whea, crops total failure due to the Hessian and chinch bugs some Logan farmers are plowing their under and preparing to re- with corn. Although some fields are expected to nroduce small yield, resting t-he ground by many especially if a clover crop is in prospect. CALL NATIONAL GUARDS TO QUELL VETERANS National Guards were called to East St. Louis to quell disturbances of an exyedition of World War ve- terans who were on their way to Washington to secure immediate payment of the bonus. They had captured a B. & O. freight and were demoralizing traffic. WILL BERGER NEW CASHIER AT LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK William H. Berger was amed cashier and trust officer of the Lin- coln National Bank at a meeting of directors Monday night. The resignation of W. P. Kuhl who has served in this capacity for several years, was accepted by the board and the new appointment ap- m)ved. Mr. Kuhl has not announc- ed his future plans. CLASS OF THIRTEEN AT ORPHANS HOME A class of thirteen will graduate flom the Orphans Home grade school in Lincoln at the end'of the ,.:resent term. Rev. L. H. Hooe will preach the baccalaureate sermon Sunday, May 29 at 9:15 a. m. He will be assisted by Rev. H. M. Bloomer. THE MT. PULASKI TIMES. MT. [The Review CHILDREN SHOULD NOT DISTURB COMMENCEMENT For a number of years the com- mencement speaker and _catrons of our school have been annoyed at the closing program o, our graduation exercises by a number of small boy and girls who sit together, general- ly on or near the front row and dis- turb the speaker and audience by rattling chains, whispering tnd laugh lng. This year children under twelve years of age will not be permitted to sit together in such manner. Parents will be expected to see that the chil- dren make no disturbances. THE REVIEW DISCONTINUED UNTIL NEXT SEPTEMBER This is the last week that the High School will contribute material to the local !capers. School duties are almost over; at least active class room activities will have been cam- pleted before another week. We hope you have enjoyed the brief sketches each week. The purpose of the re- ports was to give you in & few words some idea of the content of discussion in each class from week to week. The reports have not been hu- morous or entertaining. We did not endeavor to entertain you; if we had we should have misrepresented the high scholastic work carried on in the various departments. The Staff wishes to thank the edi- tors of the local papers for their in- terest and cooperation in helping to I make our school Review a success. t The Review is discontinued until next September. NEW SUITS FILED IN CIRCUIT COURT Two new gat"nishment suits have filed in circuit court for the terra as follows: George Smith, etc. vs. Farmers Co., of Beason, filed by At- William S, Ellis. Battery and Electric Co., , Lqwer? Salt Creek Drainage Dis- i filed by Attorney Feter Mur- YMENT ON ROAD CONSTRUCTION INCREASED number of men directly era- PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, MAY" 26, revealed that 92.74 miles of have been added to the and county systems since the the year, Of this construe- 41.25 miles is pavement and miles have been graveled. , concrete mixing units were in at that time. every one of w'hich was a total en-bout finished, the band has played for the jment. We are handing in our home pro-given around the square during I am sure that every member of ject reports. If we made a dress or basketball season. They have this class holds her as one of his : something like that we are bringing: played at a few basketball best teachers and in the future it it for open house, given in our high school i wilt be with great pride that we are able to say "we learned our use of the Latin language from Miss Vose." BOYS ALL READY FOR o. .... . HOUSE BUILDING During this semester the boys have learned to sharpen tools; to name an give the uses of each; to square up lap, dovetail lap, bhnd morise-ana- gains, rabbet, dowel, end lap, cross stock; to glue properly; to cut dodos; tenon, thru mortise-and-tenon, slip and dovetail joints. Most of the boys have used the lathe. They learned how to apply a transparent wood This is the last American History! There are both sighs of regret and sighs of relief, but mostly the form- er. Nobody in our history class can truly say he didn't enjoy it and learn a lot. Having finished our set of twenty quizzes, we are now- struggling along with the order of the presidents and their parties. The semester exam, will be on Thursday morning. But before leaving this class, we must express our appreciation for the wonderful attention given us by i the Coach, our teacher. DON'T FAIL TO SEE OSCAR MONDAY NIGHT In biology we are studying leaves, i but as you know or should know, i that leaves come from trees and that they are green, I am going to tell you about "Oscar" our yet crayfish. We have had 'Oscar' all winter and he has behaved well. We found him near the edge of Mt. Pulaski. A few weeks ago he shed his exoskelton. As he committed this deed in the evemng, 1 nor any of the class, wit- ne-sed it. Every year crayfish shed "their exosketon. If "Oscar" would The class will include the follow-i have been out in the timber he would ing: Frank Bates. Robert Castle, have hid until he had grown a new Hal Choisser. Jessie Guinn, Doris tone. "Oscar" ate his exoskelton to Holmes, Jacob Halterman, Chyle I get lime for his next exoskelton. We Jones, Jefferson Key, Harold Petty, feed "Oscar" cream of wheat and raw Bessie Reeves, Edward Rendick, Va- I meat. He devours the cream of wheat i lena Scott and Julia Walton. I instantly. Every one come to open l house Monday 30 and see "Oscar." I Middletown lost a baseball game l to Mason City last Sunday 11 to 10. i INTERESTING ORAL REPORTS :o:------ IN FRENCH CAUSE CONFU SION lJ-Ih A 1 And one more week of French'. , One more week of school; and then Cha ..,[71 --all is over. Some are glad! Some nges rael are sad! We, the French I and t French II classes, regret very much in state and county road con- The name oz the Lincoln Livestock had Increased to work ! .Shipping Association will hereafter according to a tabu May 11, " be changed to the name of the LO- made in the office of Frank T. gan County Livestock Marketing As- chief highway engineer. The sot!at!on, according to action taken for the week that ended on by members last Friday night. i that we shall not have Miss Vase with us next year. We, in her clas- I ses, as well as everyone else, liked her very much, and appreciated a i lot, her most willing assistance to us at all times. Of course we're reviewing for the H. M. Adams is manager new Association and all classes of I livestock will ,be shipped from the I lqcal concentration point Monday and hogs only each Wednesday. When full loads are available, stock will be shipped direct to mar- ket from here otherwise shipments will be made to the Decatur concen- tration point for re-sorting. Officers of the new Association are Adolph Gehlbach, president; James Cowan, Mt. Pulaski, vice-president; Harry Zeter, Lincoln, secretary-trea- surer, and Floyd Wendell, New Hol- land; Barrett Rodgers, Atlanta; Har- old Keys, Beason and O. L. Andes, Middletown, directors. Atlanta shippers are favoring the new shipping association formed 1 last week as a county project and are making arrangements to ,have their stock taken care of by the or- ganization. :o:, Down in Arkansas a man was tried for assault and batter with intent to of the semester exams. But one day the French II class did something else. We had to give oral reports in French. Reports of every variety were given. Some described objects in he school building; some describ- ed the all glorious season, spring; others gave current events. One in- dustrious Senior spoke of Commence- ment, and the importance of the Class of '32; how good they were, and so on. Another gave an aoci- count of the Track Meet held recent- ly; how Monsieur Freeston threw the discus such a great distance, that it was found in Lincoln, Illinois after a great amount of searching. Although we were unable to under- stand these most interesting reports at first, after much repetition, the main idea of them was conveyed to our minds. CHECKLY SAYS WHEAT IS BADLY HURT J. H. Checkley, Logan county farm has estimated that the win- wheat crop for the county has cut a half million bushels, or at one-third of the normal aver- yield, due to the Hessian fly and bug. Hessian fly situation has ne- so had as this spring, due winter which has been favorable to insect in- May fields of wheat are iff6s- with chinch .bu which are now their eggs. LATIN CLASSES PAY TRIBUTE TO MISS VOSE Latin is over. We have completed kilt. The state produced as evidence cur second year of this dead ]angu- the weavons used: a rail, a gun, saw ag e and are now ready to set Caesar and ri2e. The defendant's counsel t and his Wa. aside. In this last is- sue, I should like to make my report exhibited, as the other man's weap-la tribute to Miss Vose. ons. a scythe blade, pitchfork, piston, dog, razor and hoe. After being out: To Miss Vose goes our deepest ap- several hours the jury gave this preciation for her knowledge of La- verdict: "We, the jury, would have I tin and the way in which she handed given a dollar to see the fight." it dowri to us. Her patience and her Buy your Milk of Magnesia AT Pen's Rexall Drug Store l ever-paesent enthusiasm have lifted us from the seat of ignorance to the throne of knowledge in this langu- age field. It is with saddened hearts that we see Miss Vose sifted from our midst. She leaves with us only fond memories of her pas class rooms, ROAD NEWS IS GOOD NEWS THIS WEEK for residents in bhe ,)art of the county came with the announg'ement slab on route 121 would be by the middle of this week. and bridge work is almoner dete. progress is being made Route 120 between Clinton and Several outfits are at now pouring oncree and it is September will see a roate from Clinton to )alga. WHAT Bo Do? YA DOIN" BUD Hg MKLPS I MY gATHE2; All of our dresses made this sem- ester and fruit canned last semester will be on display during oTen house. Be sure to come and see them. BAND AND ORCHESTRA READY FOR CONCERT i The High School Band and Orches- tra ae getting ready for the pro- gram to be given Monday evening May 30. These two organizations have imvroved very much in their work due to the interest of the pu- pils and the hard work of the direc- tor. SOUNDS GOOD! As this is my last report I to thank all of you for reading column. I have tried to put in and news which would interest you; hope that they have. For their last day of cooking, girls are preparing and serving luncheon. This will complete study of the luncheon unit. Their consists of: Chicken Salad Bread and Butter Sandwiches Strawberry Ice White Lemonade BUD N' BUB finish. Band practices were held on Tues- The information wil ..... day evening of each week and orches-! ......  . . t ae usem aitra ,,, w,{o, ...... ;. I Lllvor s otewe nave een home to make articles and to repair ] 'he" orch= '' '=':'" - I happy to handle your Review for oia ones. ng haS piaye a pro-} and trust that next year it may The final examinaton will be taken I grams during the shool term while  even more a succeesf Thursday. Most of the projects are done. The projects will be exhibited] in the Gymnasium next Monday ev- ening. \\; HISTORY CLASS BREATHES SIGHS OF RELIEF AND RFGRET DON't FAIL TO INSPECT GEOMETRY PROJECT MONDAY Of course you're coming down Op- en House Night to the school. Don't overlook the Mathematics room. You'll find it mosz interesting, I am sure. The Plane Geometry students have hade notebooks, illustrating arious things such as--Matheraa- tics, in the home and interior; Math- ematics, in building, in Nature, and so on. Yon have no idea how much Mathematics is used until after hav- ing looked at these illustrations. Some graphs, and colored geometric design, are also to be displa)d. So if you want some information on ge- ometry just drop in any time Mon- day evening, and find out anything you wish. GIRLS COMPLETE SERVING PROJECTS FOR THE YEAR Monday was our last day of sew- ing. The girls have their dresses a- MT. PULASKI THEATRE Fri. & Sat. May 27-28 MORAN Charles Chase Comedy:-- "TOBASCO KID" FREE GROCERIES! Two Large Market Bags Given Each Night Admission 10c and 25c OSCAR J. LENZ Lincoln's Leading Optometrist and Manufacturing Optician 51() Broadway Phone 1062 Sale.' VEGETABLE FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PRICES EFFECTIVE ONLY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY GOLDEN RIPE Ban " 4 1- anas . . -, : CALIFORNIA VALENCIA O00'anges 00TO,. 2 35 SIZES C ICEBERG Lettuce .SIZE . . 2 15c U. S. NO. 1 GRADE New Potatoes . . 6 L.. 25c WASHINGTON Winesap Apples . /4 I@c Decoration Day Meat Sp ] SUGAR" BAKED CALLIES, .per lb ................ 1Sc| HEAVY BACON, Half or Whole, per lb ........ 9 l-Zc] FRANKFUKTERS, er Ib ..................... 10el CAIJFORNIA Lemons . aDz 230 Holiday Picnic Values P'" ICe Grape Juice A&P BRAND . . BOTS. QT. BOT. 19c Hydrox Ginger Ale ...................... 3 Bot 25c Sardine, imp. Norwegian ........ 3 -Size Tins 25 Prerves, Ann Page .................. 16.0z. Jar 21 Strawberry or Raspberry 23 Cheese, Longhorn ........................... lb. 17e Soda Crackers ......................... 2-1b. Box 170 Salad Dressing or Sandwich Spread  Rajah Brand .......... Qt. Jar 25 Dill Pickles ............................. QL Jar 19c Peanut Butter ......................... Bulk, lb. 10 THE Atlantic & Pacific COMPANY MIDDLE WESTERN DIVISION. WELL- WHAT IXS YIR ooV e t By Ed