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THURSDAY. , MAY 26, 1932 TItE MT. PULASKI TIMES, MT. PULASKI. ILI.INOV II I I II ! DIRECTORY I Schlarship Exams - I At U. of Illinois ML Plaski Lodge No. 87, A. F. and A.M. Meet first Thursday of each month. ]eith RothwelI, Worshipful Master; E. A. Downing, Secretary. lilt. Pulaski Chapter No. 121, R. A. M. Meet First Monday of each Month. verette Rothwell, High Priest; E. A. Downing, Secretary. The University of Illinois annual competitive scholarshi9 examination in high school subjects will be held in the office of the County Superin-i : tendent of schools E. H. Lukenbilll in Lincoln on Saturday, June 4, it / ,was announced by Mr. Lukenbill here t ,oday. t The examination is open to all pu- I pils graduating this year from ae- l ]" I Lake F,,lk il Latest Fashions WAY BACK WHEN i Mr. and Mrs. Art Baumgardt and TWENTY YEARS AGO. !daughter Dorothy visited in Chestnut By Mary Marshaq Sunday. I The little pinafore frock shown ha prin- contests of the Commencement Week Program Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stultz and chil- The Grade School at this time had dren spent the week end here with the sketch is of dotted calico, trim- County tI@h School Athletic their cJmmencement exercises in his parents, his mother being very reed,with a bias binding of plain ma- Literary association which closed Scroggins Opera House. The house poorly, i terial to match the dots. The sun- ,he track meet at Atlanta last was crowded and people were turned Guy Ncal&apos;s children who have been nnett appliques are made of this Mt. Pulaski was second th away. The Baccalaureate sermon was very sick with scarlet fever are same material cut out according to Atlant a third with 61 and, the preached in the Christian Church. much improved at this writing. I the diagram shown below the sketcher s finished as follows: i -- Mrs. Eva Duncan and children and f the pinafore. 33; Beason, 24; Itham, 20, Flag Day Exercises Mr. and Mrs. Orville Schraier and If you want quite small appliques New IIolland, 13. The American Flag Association children visited at the home of their all you have to do is to cut out this Atlanta won the track me narent Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Munyoni m lilt. Pulaski Commandery No. 39 K.T. credited high schools in this County, Meet Second Thursday of each and to graduates of earlier years Oth. i wno have not continued their educa- .. John W. Rupp, Commander;  .. A. Downing, Recorder. I mn beyond high school. The Univer- lilt. Pulaski C'hap No. 466, O. E.S. Meet Second Monday of each Month. rs. Amelia Binder, Worthy Matron; Mrs. Maud C Stafford, Secretary. lit. Pulaski Lodge No. 454 I. O. O. F. I sent out notices to all newspaper and patriotic societies that Flag Day would be observed on Friday June .... ':---'- -ires the bo- or -irl the Fourteenth. This day marked the Sl[y OI llllnOl/$ g  $ ...... . . . ..... h count,, ranking, hi,hest rffreenn anmversary or me xorma- 1 fEb)ill  o7 $  . -- . / . i in this examination with an average tmn o tne sectety. I of 70 or above, a scholarship good .... tied of four years and ex-  Plan Fourth of July Celebration -" -" Vthe holder from the -a- / The G. A. R. and the Fire Depar*- empung P -. . rnent of all fees for irtruction ex-truest gave notwe that they were ceTt laboratory fees. The total val-l planning to give Mt. Pulaski the big- Neighbors of America No. 1911 in I. O. O. F. Hall, Second FOUrth Thu,.-::i,v of each Mor, th. Francis 2urner, Oracle; Mrs. Hahn, Recorder. RYan'Fuiten Post No. 447, Ameri- Meet Weekly on Tuesday. Her- ue of the scholarship for the four t gest celebraton in years. A special in- Wood, Noble Grand; H. C. year period is about $290. ihtation was sent out to all the r, Recording Secretary. Mr. Lukenbill urges all elgiblel neighboring towns to join in the big high school boys and girls in this iday. Ctttral Rebekah Lodge No. 313 county who are planning to go tot -  FIFTEEN YEARS AGO. Meet First and Third Friday of the University to try thts examm- Month. Mrs. Gladys Rentschler, ation- He points out that the scholar-' Alumni Dance The Annual Alumni dance was Grand; Mrs. Lottie Hahn, Re- ship -ill be awarded by the Univer- i Cording Secretary. sity only profided the pupil ranking! held in the K. P. Hall. The banquet __ highest in the examimttion meet the l was served at a later date in the I[edern Woodmen of America Net 154 entrance requirements of the Univer- High School. in I. O. O. F. Hall, First sity and actually enters the Univer- Y of each Month. Chris Beck, sity next September. There will be New Hearse ; C. T. Turner, Clerk. morning and afternoon sessions of J.T. Hershey brought to Mt. Pu- he examination, the morning ses- laski its first motorized hearse filling -';o- tl beginning at eight o'- a much needed want. The hearse it* clock. During the morning sessions self was a six cylinder 45-horsepower el! cvndidatez will write on English meteor. cn-.c3it[on and z-hetoric, a!gebra and plane geometry. In the afternoon, Red Cross Class each candidate must write on all The Red Cross held classes for in- subjects in one of the fotlowin four truction in first aid to the injured. groups: The course consisted of ten half hour can Legion 1. One subject in history, one in lectures and a study of the Jfficial :[ I eet Fit Tuesday of each Month.: ian'uage, and one in srience, first aid book. I 2. One subject in history and twt in language. TEN YEARS AGO 3. One subject in history, and C.M. Merriman, Commander; Talmage, Adjutant. American Legion Auxiliary Frst and Third Monday of Month. Mrs. Sadie Gruber, Miss Lola Hahn, Sacra- three in science. 4. Two subjects in history one of which must be English, American or English and American History), and two in science. O Pulaski Chapter of American World War Mothers CHESTNUT l eetoth First Wednesday of each t , - in Homes of Members. Mrs. t /tScroggin, President; Mrs. Oral Mr. and Mrs. Win. Manes and !family of near "Decatur visited Sun- aell, Recording Secretary. I day with the latter's sister Mrs. A1- Pulaski Phoeni-'Fire Department I bert Lakim Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Downing visit- in City Hall, First Friday of ., a' Arin,on on Wednesday last 0. W. Mayer, Chief; week with Win. Hainline who has Holler, Secretary. been very ill. Sunday. Frank Handlin and sons Meril and Lowillis and Logan Handlin were hoppers in Springfield Saturday. I William Koehler went to St. Louis l Monday with a load of stock. Mrs. Mary Coats visited her bro- ther Carl and wife at Riverton Sat- mlay. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Piatt and wife motored to Gib#on CRy and visited with Mr, and Mrs. William Tarbox ELKHART HIGH WINS LOGAN SPRING Elkhart Community High i with a total of 92 oints led in i47 ints, Beason was second 123 and EJkhart third with 19, the rest in order: Mr. Pulaski Latham, 12; Hartsburg, 8, and Holland, 2. Elkhart won the literary with 16 points. New Holland ll; Mt. Pulaski, 5; Atlanta, 2; burg, 1, and Latham, 1. Hartsburg captured the contests with 16 points. Elkhart 12; Atlanta, 10; Mt. Pulaski, 1, on Sunday. Mrs. Apal Burton who i in the St. Chair's hospital at Lincoln is much improved at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Fgar Masterson and sons visited Sunday here with their parents Mrs. Elizabeth Mater- son and Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Pe- ters." Harson Masterson and son Velda were the guests here Sunday of his nother Mrs. Ilizabeth Masterson- Mr. and Mrs. Luther Borerm and little daughter visited friends and l relatives her Sunday. t other relatives and friends. Train Hits Tractor The afternoon train of the I. c.H. J. Wible. due here at 4:25 mixed with a tractor i Dear Sir: ............... - ................... i at the Barnes farm just thisbeforeSidethe fl I think I am voicing the opinion I designlarger andappliquesUSe it youaS awiliPattern.have For i Narita. It was nearly six of a great many subscribers when I t no wreckage was removed and the train state I am not nearly as well satis- trouble in making a somewhat larg- I Latham, 1. Mr. Pulki led in the corn cantests with 50; Elkhart, 45; tham, 11; Hartsburg, 9; land Beach, I. in motion. Nothing more serious than ! a demolished trailer was the result. Honor Roll Twenty-four pupils of the Grade Szhool had attended the entire yr without a single tardiness or ab- sence. The names of the pupils are on file at the Times office. Plant Late Spring planting and plowing was on an average twenty percent les Mr. anti Mrs. Albert Jones of Springfield visited here this week! ! with her sister Mrs. James l)unn and.  ; snredownEVerYvauits__theandGarmentstoredRatesFUilYin OUrareIn" [l[ll ! Very Low. ROCND OS'E I : AND REPAIRIIIG I! 'oieing t e m ubscribe  I I trly as el s-, liana your Furs repaired li ae Whz w raat u of an h of mtte ialat e lreot' Furrier. " the applique, as indicated by the dot- m all 0 r m . . Beacon, Chester., tea line. Baste this neatly under and BROW fled with your present was with the old one. What we vaunt tion of an inch of material at edge of is newsy items from all over an Ommty, Lincoln, then pressis with an iron, so that tle GHARLE8 ville, Cornland, Latham, Lake Fork. ,i appliqu e Elkhart, Buckles Corner and Chest- perfectly fiat and smooth nut, regarding conditions of cropsand when you bas it into I] *=00ECATUR position. It 543 N. Water St. social affairs and happenings in their  should t applied to the foundatmn neighborhoods, material by means of fine blim[i Yours truly, stitchc, and the lines indicatir the collar, sash and kirt gathers should C. A. Batterton, be done in fine outling stitchers. 1201 So. Main St., Lr. a:d 3rs. J. W. Dunn andthan in normal years at this time.[ Jacksonville, I11. t Mt. Pulaski City Coundl daughter Virginia spent Sunday with This was due to excessive rainfall. / :o" Fourth Tuesday Evening of relatives at Deitrick. Virginia re- I Life is the aceenee of responsi- bilities or their evasion; it is a bus- C. T. Turner, Mayor; rosined for a few days visit. FIVE YEARS AGO iness of meeting obligations or avoid- F. Schafer, City Clerk. Rev. L. G. Strotme, Mrs. Everett Senior Class Play ing them. To every man the choice Park and daughter Hilma, son Bob- The senior class of the high school FARM VALUATION i by, Mrs. Clara Laughery and dough- is continually being offered, and by CUT MANY MILLION DOLLARS tar Jeannette were Decatur visitors gave their annual play. It was givm the manner of his choosing you may on Friday and then repeated on Sat- fairly measure him.--Ben Ames Wil- last Friday. t urday, liams. '00'no"i w o N ........................................................... D ads and improvements ,,'ere night in Beason with her parents Mr. Open .ouse Balding than $286,000,000 in 1931, and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan. The high school building was A. , M. . Agriultural association Mrs. H. M. Norris fisited a few as the result of a survey jus t days with her mother at Franklin Lincoln, Illinois Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat by John C. Watson, direc-' C:'='<" taxation. This mean that the Mrs. Clara Laughery, daughters aSsessed values of fT":", land-' Jeannette and Norms. son Cecil and ........ - state, excluding Cook county, :Raymond Caskey attended the Corn- Glasses Fitted, Broken Lens Duplicated approximately 15.9 per cent' mencement exer':ises at Minier last Friday night. Mi .::s Bessie Laughery, values, it is claimed. Ev- n member of the class returned with Office Over Landnaer's Clothing Store in the state excc::t six reductions, ranng from them. one per cent o as much as Those receiving the bask at the ..... - " ......... cent, The 19",1 reduction, to-MacKay Electric Shop on Saturday SELL OR TRADE With others brought about zght were: ls choice, Mrs. Evett 3ears have cut morel Park, 2nd, 31rv. Herber Suedmeier 000 from the zax bill of ann 3rd M. Raymond lkin. The s,n-C:snu oad i:; corn- Farm or City Properti farrners since 1922, the as- ptezed , ready for rave, Or Rent Properties says. Mrs. Cecil TroxeA of Beacon spent Ntal $2,500,000 Monday ight with Mrm Leonard; tax anticipation notes total-McCann. have been isued by =- of Illinois to meet genera] and the money was bor- the gasoline tax fund borrowings from the gas up to $9,800,000 for general re- The action was an- the governor, auditor REGISTERED PERCHERON STALLION I JOHN D. No 135586 J.W. Thompson, of Stan Jr. 40974. dapple gray, stand 18 and weighs 2000 pounds. !oal getter and sound. of Pure-Bred Per- Renewal license No. Will stand the season of in the westpartof M to insure mare in foal to prevent accidents, respopmiple should any PERCHERON STALLION Cho'ce I1 [aPple grey. will stand l on the same terms 72 thrown open at this time to the gen- eral public. Each department of the school had a display of their work during the preceding year. Recital The musical organiT.aions of the schools gave a recital. It was of the usual merit and well received. Anything, Anywhere, Anytime What Have You ? T.L. ROTHWELL Memories ECORATION Day comes to us once a year to remind us first of all of the men who have worn our country's uniforms to preserve all the things for which the Stars and Stripes stand. It has come to be a day of homage to all those who have passed on; a truly sacred day of Memories. JOHN T. HE,I00SHY F.AST 5tOE SQUARE MOUNT PULASKI. i LL. PHONE 90 GOFF FUNERAL HOME Wl LBERT H. SCHAHL, Ass't "To Serve Humanity Better" Mt. Pulaski 235 PHONES Lincoln, 1234 SUGA l O0 lb. bag $4.  5 (8lk) t CAMPBELL S or COUNTRY CLUB B WITil PORK OLIVES g0-OZ. 19C SODA ORAOKERS CLUn Country Club Graham Cckers--2 Lb 2 17e BOX Box, 1. KRAFT'S OHEESE 2 GS, Amerlean--nto--BrickSwYclveeta 27 JELLY BEANS 2 BREAD LK OVEN PlgESB LOAI MARSHMALLOWS 19e SALMON Medium Red Full Flavor. 2 29C CANS GINGER ALE Latonla Club Pale Dry NO  Ig "Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,, Firm, Ripe, Golden--Healthful and Economical BANANAS I. . NO. ! [OI.ISltN'/t NEW POTATOES 4,8s 19C