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How Is Your Subscription? MT. PU TIMES VOLUME XXlX REFLECTION Sl into one of reminisence. .  more have we paused not as dividuals, but as a nation to revere memory of those who have pas- SklmL Once more, have we taken stock of ewlves in recalling the days that kave bused and the loved ones whom We see in our mind's eye now for ilir goodness and lovable qualities. While memories and thoughts are v Present from time to time thru- QIt the year, it is only at such times emorial Day that we spend more a fleeting thought on these ecie memories. ed together on this day, the community, state and nation in reverent thought, each with fllest sympathy for his fellow The older folks were continuouslY the fact that it was seem- to have a baseball and ether forms of hilarity on day. we theQght they were and hated to see us kids -'a good time. they were right- At simere; but so were we. frmm MT. PULASKI, LOGAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY JUNE 2, 1932 A LIVE TOW? IN A PROSPEROUS COMMUN POPULATION 1500 m NUMBER 44' attitude was net of disrespect, rather an effervescent attitude expect in youth. tere were two alternatives, how- would be sadly tern asu we won--well, it was a wt- Memorial Day. Vle erie grows older, a change in Imint comes to a certain extent. that the things of yesterday wrong, but rather that time things and put them in fom. the who-'--h00 "2: Y and love for the buoyant sl rlt youth of his day, again we ' our deepest sympathy. tthe man or"---oman who can that same youthful eathusiasm _ sYIpathy within their breasts sieerely ewagratulate, for their 4tard is being meted to them every I M their life. 1 ,. the memori-'= that are ret[| o e the minds of those with whom -' canes in ontact day after day  be just as important to the t' I as the re-awakened mere- ef the dead. Why not bui-'" memories every cur life and receive the re- .. Itere on earth as well as here* Ilwng this th--'-ought in a home* hag ay, Flowers for the living are  iUMmrtant and surely just as 2:'m to the memor of the dear eti" . Y - with u ORIAL SERVICES AT LUCAS CHAPEL services will be held at cemetery next Sunday The program to begin at and will be given as folkrws: "America" Audience Campbell. 8olo---Paul Rankim Campbe] Rankin. exercises. the hearing held at the Cenetnnial building in Springfield Tuesday after- noon before the Hunter commission on future road contruction Peoria nt a delegation fro the Association of merce headed by the president O.P. Westerfelt and the secretary Mr. Lyman. State Voice" from Samson et Dalila and . Se instead of sorrow, let us rejoice -=trellita" which were very effec- though dear friends and loved - " "A have preceded us, we have a finely sung by Mrs. W. G. Kautz. Song of Provence" and an encore memory that is an ins4dr-[nunber we handled in a gracious q to us to carry on. I manner by Mrs. George Voile; I the closing numbers were "'ri tu' from the Masked Ball and Where to those who do not have a I " 'er memory they can turn to,  You Walk" sung in a striking man- Imrtieular time, goes our deep- her by Wilber Stall The singers were sImlmthy.  ably supported by Mrs. Lorah Z. LipP .oon#. at the piano. ;fer fear we become The eaker of the evening, How- are turning to ; liter ard DeF. Widger of the . ll- eli thoughL 1 linois State Teachers College,  in- troduced by Princl L. L. Harg we took part in The speaker took as his theme for rather we thought hi address, "Our Social Heritage." them, as Decoration Day sere. t Five classifications were given: "Sci- entific, Literary, Art, Institutional and Religious" and each thoroughly I expiahned in an interesting and en- lightening manner ,as to thenr pro.per0 i plaee in the herttage na s .... t I but for the taking. ,'nne of the great ngs  the i i hunch race is that it comes into the I world so helpless--unable to do the I things that he lower animals do i purely from instinct. Where it re- quires but a matter of ys for the birdling to learn to fly and to care Bazeball for the past few nigh I has been rained out but with clear-I ing skies today, the  Side Me- chanics will try tokeep their record 1 clean by handmg the West Side Butchers a trimming. ] The schedule for the new th wek" s as fol!ows: Tuesday, June 7West Side But* chefs vs. Hashslingers. WeJnesday, June 8---South Side Merchant." s. East Side MechanLcs. Thursday, June 9 North Sde Ramblers vs. Trucgers. The Garden Unit of the M. Pu-I kl Wn's club will sponsor a wer Show this Saturday June 4, the Ford Motor Sales Room. The hours of the sh will be from 9 a. m. to 9 n.m. 1 Last year the show was held June Representative Carl Jobst of Peoria I this year it should have been i presented the delgation to the cam- before this in order to admit he  mission and Mr. Werfelt called for Peon but the ladies did not! the seakers in turn. i to ak the citizens to cut their Springfield Chamber of Comme owe preious to Memorial Day was reyresented by Robert B. Irwin, en Lhey would be needed, t secretary, who stated that Spring- field desired the airline road but farted to leave the location of the route to the state highway depart- ment. Mr. Westerfelt for Peoria declared our memories having been as much as youngsters me- can be, we were ready for to give vent to our en- i far the gray .owned class of gradu- i The eercis "s were opened wih a -ornet solo, "Comumbine," by Alvin Hahn, who very generously respond- ed to an encore. Other special num- bers were "My Heart at Thy Sweet [Yhe garden members invite every-! Tuesday, June 14South Side  to bring a bouquet as our town I Merchants vs. Hashs!lers. fuil of flower growers and a nice l I Wednesday, June 15--North Side !play should be made, that visitors I Ramblers vs. West Side Butchers.  nearby towns may enjoy ML I Thursday, June 16--st Side Me- Mski flowers. Peoria was for an airline route run- chanics vs. Truckers. | Please bring your flowers in your: ning south from East Peoria by the ,wn containers, plainly marked with r name (or they can be tagged at he show if preferred}. If you wish :u:" flowers retained for you, please present at 9 p. m. to receive them, herwise they will be sent to the bwrhes or shut-irm. with the Tuelay, June 2Truckers vs. West Side Butchers. We'tnesday, June 22--South SidI Mercha vs. North Side P.amblers,J The :x teams in the league are: 1 coml:e' of the followin pla3ers: M:-'m P. A. Gruber, Morre||I DeiSt  . Edward Money, H. F. Tal- magc. X'ce E':. Be Jones, cis Myri k. Ar::'ur Wodrum, ence HCmes. B. R. Aitehison, Ed Holmes. Fred Holmes. Bchers's -- Bill Ey, Dr. C. Merr;man. E. A. Do Dr. erettc Wilhm, HarrY Lng, Meister. Sammy Bertoni, Kutz. George Underhill, E. C. John T. Hershey, A. F. ldlsaver, seph Snyder, O. E. Wagner. RsmbleArthur Kolp, Jr., K. Connolley, Harry Wible, Romer, Ward Harper, Omer C. Craft, Ben Duff, Theron marn, Paul Moore, Dr. l_a. Cha Truckers  Ralph Wa e..tow, Walter McVey, William Put- Wilbur Horn, Howad ge, Harold Hargrve, Am Barney McCann, G. Potter, L. Weidenbacher, Carl Tendick, R. Buckles. Hashslingers---D- J. Hm'ry Ribbo.ns will be awarded for first sond prizes in each class. If hoe only one flower, .lease do ot think it too small an offering, _t eme and share it with others. entry fee or admis.on will be red. ]firs. G. F. Wat is chairman of the Unit of the Woman's Club ha ch.rze4 of all errzngements. table settings will be display- Rothweli Sw  on h side of the square. (Continued on page 5) Solicitation For Alumni Banquet moratorium was declared on the I banquet at a meeting t committee held evening at the home of Upp. Inability to raise funds  this deeiio most direct route passing either thru or near Deiavan, San Jose, New Hol- land, Middletown and Fancy Prairie but did not ask for the exact routing, stating that they had confidence that state engineers would locate and build it properly. Ralph Stone sneaking for Middle- town made a spirited address on the feasibility, economy and need of the road and was loudly applauded. W. G. Kelly of San Jose inted out the great need of the new  and listed lhe numerous defects in No. 24. Ed. Lak spoke briefly for Fanev Prairie end lo Strumbaugh present- ed the plea of Delavan for the road. Harry Ryan was scheduled to speak for New Holland but of on account the delay of over two hours in the I hearing he was unable to remain. There was no Oplmsition epressed I to the pro road and from all the i information available the proposed highway meets with the approval of the member of the Hunter commis- sion and of the state highway depart- ment. The Hunter commiior expects to formulate its report thAs summer for presentation to the legislature at the n which  next January, great  in r kind and to Push,00k t the world'SsomethinghOrizon- toScmnCehelp us" eL'U.  -arm I Dr'c KoIp,G" S.LcuisConneilY,Krueger,C. E.H. GloSe,v. Wyd," must do rV,',Chas E. Schuit, Keith Rothwell, late the consumption of the worla Foster, A. W. Schaffenacker. t goods, thlu :o ,,Literature is the gateway which we can delve into the great -- (Continued on page 5} .._..._-.:@I------- Library Club To Hold All Day Outing Tuesday The annual all day outing of the Mt. Pulaski Library club will be held on Tuesday June 7 at White Oak Bluffs on Salt Creek. Each mem- ber is asked to bring their own table service, sandwiches and one prepar- ed dish to be added to the dinner which will be served cafeteria style at noon. In order to make this a real care free picnic, the entertainment dring the afternoon will be informal, the idea being to permit each member to enjoy the day in their own way. Those without transportation will be taken care of if they will get in touch with either of the following members of the arrangement committee: Mrs. A. F. Lipp, Mrs, George J. Smith and Mrs. Chris Weller. GUERNSEY SALE DRAWS GOOD SIZED cROWD The sale of the Lucas herd of Guernsey cattle at the Lucas home four miles south of Mt- Pulaski last Wednesday was attended by a-goodly number of interested buyers. Prices were fair but considering the quality of the herd were very cheap. The sale was handled by A. L Adair m Wayne$dlle- Farm Bureau Baseball Discontinued This Year Logan county will he out of the league for the first time in eight years history of organized Farm Bureau baseball- This team has al- w .... a contender for district ays /" _...ionship honors. and stae .c.,-r shortage of help on k of funds anu LaCth e farm make it lt to get rday afternoon sehe- away for a SatU tY D were the two dule of games- ""' the reasons for withdrawal from league this year. Most of the team members are * to hay. _ ,ho nnunl Picnic this t the time v ", September 5th- rall on Ltr ' 1 Aurora Borealis In Briiant Display Aurora Bereali put on one of its rare and brilliant displays on Sun- day evening, which at tinu illumin- ated the northern sky as bright ms just before sunrise. The shafts of the many bright rays above the northern sky, appeared like huge rchlight8 playing above the horizon, making a sight that was wonderful to behold. The exact cause of the ,,Northern lights" which seldom can be  far south, has not been determined but are said by Clarence Jo Root, Meteorologist of Springflekl to orig- inate from some kind of electrical disturbance. :@I-.-.--- Entertained Retiring Pastor Ray. and Mrs. W. N. King were ir Irving on Friday where they we _ 0000dered a r00ep00on br the Irving Lutheran churc wt  Ray. King held the rate for five years previous tO  to Pulaski eight years ago. Ray. and Mrs. King who will soon leave Mt. Pulaski, were guests at se- veral dizmers given during the put few days. On Sunday evening, Mr. d Mr Harry Larison of Lincoln a dinner in their honor and o. Monday they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Aylesworth in this city. Rev. King who has completed eight years as pastor of St. John't Luth- eran church, preacLed his farewell sermon to the congregation on last Sunday morning. Dr. Merriman Receives Appointment with State Dr. C. M. Merriman, well known veterinarian, received news te lat- ter vart of last week that he had re- ceived an appointment with the tate. He left Tuesday afternoon for urn-I eva, where he will do sorr catle testing for tubercular diseases. His duties will require that much of ls time he spent away from Mr. Pulaski. In ew of this fact, he wishes to ex- press his sincere appreciation of the patronage that has been accorded him the past 16 years. "Doe's" many friends here and thruout the country will be pleased to learn of his aintment but regret the ela of 1932 Will be followed by danir and cards. A orion into law, the way will be cl buffet hmch will be served, ed for the construction of a road that Tickets for the occasion are now will lutes on-half mile east of Middle- on sale at 25c each. No invitationns town and will give us ion with will be sent out this year. Tickets the state system of hard --Mid- may be secured from any of the dletown Ledger. committee: tlarold Tendick, Austin - :o- - Sehaffenacker, Betty Waddell, Loren.iGrave ! Being Laid McKinney, EtLa Upp and Cecil Ten- dick. RAINS TUFSDAY AND WEDNESDAY ARE HELPFUL Rain falling Tuesday and yester- day was a welcome relief to farm and garden crops. While the amount of rainfall was not great, it fell in a gentle manner that ev drop of R was very helpful. = ORCHESTRA CONCERT HERE The Mr. Pulaski Civic Ghest-ra will give it first open air rt in the city band stand on Saturday ev- ening, June 11 at 8:15. The orchestra is composed of mu- sicians from the Christian church orchestra which has been practising I regularly and playing during the Sunday hool hour. The group num- bers some twenty musicians and is under the direction of Mr. B. A. Ty- ler. TO REMODEL OLD LINCOLN I HOUSE IN LINCOLN Good news to the le of IAn- I coin is brought forth with the an- nouncement that the Franklin Life Insurance company whlch owns the old Lincoln Ho on the corner of Chigo and Broadway, is to be wreck ed and remodelled within the near future. This old loud.murk has been condemned a number of times and is known as a fire-trap but like a lot of !other fire-traps, fails to live  to its name. :o :,..=--..- 'Former Teacher Here Dies at Delavan Mrs. Eugene Orndoff who died in her home in Delavan on Friday night May 27, will be remembered by many of the older residents of this city who went to school to her, as Miss M. Louise HaYes, who taught the sixth grade in the Mr. Pulaski school some forty years ago. At that time her sister Miss Kate Hayes conducted a millinery store on the north side of the square. Mrs. Orndorff who was 67 years of age, was found dead in bed Satur- lag morning, cause of her death be- ing heart failure. She is survived by her hund whom she married II Mi Mary Chestnut to Beason Grovel was beir laid on the Cest- nut-Beason road Tuesday, the couy highway department having finished the grading which was accepted by the state last week. It will take about ten days of good working wtther to eoraete the al- most seven miles of road. The road- bed has an xeeptiomlly fine and will make one of the finest gravel rads in the county. Graveling is starting at the half way point and will be spread first toward Chestnut. The graveling of the 2.3 miles on the state-aid road from Latham south to the county line was completed last week. Pits which have been placed under [he tracks at Chestnut will permit approximately 20 carloads of mater- ial being handled daily. The gravel is being shipd from Pekin. :02 SPFIAL CATHOLIC SERVICE8 Rev. R.C. Lane. pastor of St. Thomas Aquinas Ca1mlie church has set Friday evening June 3 as the be- ginning of a Novena which will continue for eight days, Services will be held each evening during the time of the Novena, at 7:30 o'clock and on Sunday rning June 5, the Mass will be at 9:30 in- stead of 9:45 o'clock. Hayes of Peoria and two nieces. I .'O FARM RFIDENCE DESTROYED BY FIRE The residence on the W. D. Ob- can farm, 8 1-2 miles t of Lin- coln and a short distance north of route 120, was totally destroyed by fire with a portion of its contents at 1:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. A blaze was sigRed on the roof by Elward Gehh,  g'nbor, who notified Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Best, residents on the farm. The Lin- coln fire department was also noti- fied and Fire Chief Watson answer- ed the alarm in the chemical truck. Tim re, iden was valued at $5,0 nd was irmured for $4,000. The was no msuranee on the hotmehoh geod BOLT CHOKES CHILD TO DEATH Curtis Litcheflld, two years old, of Meridian, Miss., ched to death he swallowed an iron bolt he Held at City Park and Cemetery Armther beautiful Memorial Da service was held here last M afternoon under the auspices  various patriotic and civic org tions. The program was opened in  city park with a shor concert by fan County Legion barl. Inv.atie was given by Ray. Wm. King of the St. John's Lutheran church. A le quartet from the Christian ecmposed of Frank Turley, ley, sang a patriotic number. address of the agternoo This followed with a solo by Wilbur the benediction by Ray. Blout and special number by the band. thered for the closing ceremonies  the day. The firing squad and band rch-o ed to the flags)ale where the played an appropriate funeral as the @ower girls placed flowers the graves of the dead soldiers. - tar the firing of the three vo and taps had been blwu, Old Glory s reverently lowered as the bargi played the Star Strangled lnr. As usual those who have never stood on the high elevation u which the flag pole stands, thor- oughly enjoyed the beautiful ttiag that met their gaze to the north,  and west. Many former residents and v from surrounding towns were pre- sent at the services. lilt I----  District Meeting Of ing ll be Fields, who will erir of ledge members : coin, Midden, Atnta Pulaski which comp Following the meeting a will be held. Those part of the evening's program A! O'Connor, Arthur Woodrum Elmer Meyers. Herman Wood is Noble Gra the local orgav.ion. SECOND NOTICES MAILED TO DELINQUENT TAXPAYER87 Notices to delinquent are be mailed out this County Turer George Eberle. The first of June saw another percent added to the lty on all onal rogerty and on one-half the real-estate. While the first alty of one percent has been paid a number of delinquent taxpayers, many of them rushing in to county treasurer's office the day pre- vious to the adding of the additional one percent. Collectors will fcllow up the mailing of the notices on personed tax. The delinquent tax list will be b lished the first part of August the sale of property will be started the second Monday in September. :oF---w.- JACOB VOLLE RITES AT CHESTNUT TUESDAY Funeral services for the late Jacob Voile, pinent logan county f mer who pas :away at his home 1 1-2 miles from Chesnut at 12:40 a. m. Monday, were conducted at Chestnut Zion Ltheran church at 2: o'clock Tueay afternoon. Rev. F.W. Hein conducted l service and interment was in Mr. Pulaski cemetery. The following .served as pallbearers: erman. Harold Stall, Henry er, Herbert Roos, Everett Lakin Alvin Rentschler. His death was due to general de- bility following an illness of e weeks. Mr. Voile was born Springfield, July 23, 1856, death oc- curring at the age of 75 years, 1{I months and 7 days. He was married to Margaret f hold in Tower Hill Feb. 9, she survives with the dren: Mrs. Katherine Hinriehs. bonier; Mrs. E ttus and Voile, ChestnuL Mrs Louise mar, a sister, resides in ] Montana. ---------qO .* Emeralds of of Seniors The closing chanter of high school activities for the school year just 1 ended, was itten Tuesday evening i when thirty young men and women! were given their diplomas at the high school auditorium. A very enjoyable background and atmosphere surrounded his peak in the commencement season. The rost- rum with its foreground of beautiful "lwers fcred a pleasing setting . n n00_v .... iGarden Unit To Hold Their !County Towns swart m000masl After Airline HardtUP '00inmu 01;1Vl00 . ... . ! Flower Show!Next Saturday! Ro00a 00s00,.gmatMemoria I Day At Graduatl0n00 - . !Rain S/ows Up Last Year was  'le towns ag the proposed 1 L/gt/ i Successful One And airline hard road from Peoria tO!impressiv e Services Were Commencement Night Was' Kitten e /Brougbt Many Visitors Springfield were well represented at Last Event in Lives