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JUNE 2, 1932 THE MT. PULASKI TIME$. MT. PULASKL ILLINOIS Three Generations Award Diplomas Celebrate Birthdays A G ad ti : ----- t r ua o  A gathering of the Mrs. T.W.I Moore family on Sunday in her home (Continued from page 1) in this city, was taken advantage of minds cf the past as  their achieve- by them to hold a triple celebration aents. Of what untold value would in honor of the birthdays of three ten the mind of Shakespeare be to these erations, which included the youngest graduates if they could rent it; and and oldest members of the family. tly can, by studying the master- Pieces which he left the ,aorld as a heritage.&apos; "Art relieves life of its ugliness and a heritage of beauty is ours if we but study it in iLs many different fcrms. "And to the institutional heritage that is the lot of these graduates and has been yours and mine, the schools of today, are a monument to the aI- most universal belief in education. Are we going to let these institutions } .go backvard in these times of seem- Ing adversity ? "The religious heritage makes for tability of life and is vitally essen- tim to the welfape and upbuilding of Youth and communities. As to ones Particular religious belief I care net. For the important thing is whether Those honored were Mrs. T. W. Moore, and grandson Jimmie Obeamp whose natal days occur on the same date and also that of her son d. Roy Moore. A fried chicken dinner was enjoyed by the following members: Mrs. T. W. Moore, Mrs. Florence Obcamp, sons Billie and Jirnmie, Mr. and M. Frank Mre, Mr. and Mrs. WeLby Moore, son Welby, Jr., and daughter Wilma and Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Moore, ML Pulaski; Mrs. Belle I)or- et.t, Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. Percy El3" and daughter Mildred, Chicago. Lltd Jimmie ObmP felt griev- ously slighted when he discovered ony three candles on his birthday cake while these of his gmrlmother and uncle were crowded with them. _ .-------- :0 "--"-"" ' Flower Show Here On Next Saturday {Continued from page 1) Band Concert Pleased or not that particular person has embodied in his religious belief a de- Follong is the classification list: Class A. Peonies Lot I--Stalk, White or Cream. Lot 2--Stafk, Light Pink. Dot 3Stalk, Dark Pink. L'A 4--Stalk, Red. Lot 5--Stalk, Single Peony, aRy color. Lot 6Bouquet, any kind. Class B. Iris L-t I -Collctin of Iris. (:lass C. R(es Lot 1--Spemmen, White. Iot 2--Specimem Pink. but :..-Specmen, Red. Lot 4Specirnen, Yellow. Lot 5--Bouquet of White. It 6---Bouquet, Pink. Lot 7--Bouquet, Red. Lot g--Mixed C0llectmn. Class D. Delphinium I.ot 1---St'!k, Li:ht Blue. Lo,* 2Stalk, Dark Blue. Lot 3Co!teetion. Class E. Shrubs. Lot lWeigeta Ix)t 2Spirea, any kind. Lot "/__Deuzia I I CHESTNUT l Telephone Rate Down In Pekin Miss Geraldine Wild, on of Chestnut is sending the week wits her aunt, Telephone users in the city of l'e- Mrs. R. O. Burt/m and family of kin arc to L,, ::av-.d app,oxim::tely Lake Fork. i $10,0}0 a year as the rc3ult of a n<.w Mis Elsie Zelle spent the week-, schedule of ratc t0 be c?,/rffe't by end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. the Middle F'te,: Te!ephone Co'- Fred Zelle and family. Miss Esther Mead':ws returne:t home Sunday from a two week's visit with her sister and husband. Mr. and 3Ir.. Art Wilhams of Decatur. Miss Violet Sehrishuhn i visiting with her sister and family, M. Clifford Ollis of Clint*m. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Laughery, son Kent and daughter Joyce Ann, Mr:;. Alice Israel, and daughter Elsie ed in Heywcrth Sunday with Mr. and 3I:. William En!ow and Mrs. Jen- nie Williams. Miss Lucille Arterson ,ho has been making her home with Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Laughery and fam;iy, re- turnel to Chicago Monday with her brother, Alvine Anders:-n and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Smith, daugh- ters Rosalie and Joan, spent Sunday with Mr. Smith's father, Humphrey Smith and sister of Beason. Mr:. Harold Fox of Beamm spent sire for higher and better things. Many Last Night Lot 4--synga Lot 5Any Other Mr. Ben Petter, Fresident of the -- Shrub. Board of Fducation, in making the The Beaumount band delighted a Class F. Peremfials presentation of the diplomas, eom- good sized audience in their first con- Lot lPinks, Bouque raented on the fact that four years Lot . ago, when he presented the eighth cert of the season last evening in the 2__Foxglove Arrangment grade pupils with their diplomas, he city Fark. Lot S_._CoreOpSls The band is again under the direc- Lot 4PY rephrum expressed a hope that they might all Lot go on thru the local high school and tion of Wilbur Roos and was assisted 5pansies receive their dintoms. Of the 21 who in last night's concert by Harold Lo 6_-shasta Daisy Ruskin and "Bill" Boles of Lincoln. I.ot 7AnY Daisies in Bouquet. graduated at that time, 11 were m The following program was rend- Lot g__Magnolia Blossom Arrange- Tuesday evening's class te receive ment. di,2.1omas a second time from Mr. e:e'l: larch, "Thunderer," Sousa. Lot 9Gaillardis 10Aquilegia--42olumbine- Ylaroh, ,,Washington Post," Sousa. Lot Red. Principal Hargis in commenting Upon the high scholastic standing of Novelty, "Boostin' the Basses", Lot llOriental PoppY, Chenette. Lot 12_-Oriental Poppy, Pink or Mt. Pulaski students, cited a sum- March, "National Fencibles," Sou- other color. her of instances where local grads- Lot 13--Lemon Lilies ales had made exceptionally high sa. intermezzo, "After Sunset," Pryor. Lot 14__(nterburyberry Bell. ratings in higher schools of lear- "Sea Breezes," Losey. Lot 15--tRed) Lity Umbellatum. inn. Awards were also made at this: Waltz, time to those who had utstanding Fox Trot, "They Cut Down the Class G. Artistic Arrangement achievements during the year. Old Pine Tree," Rakim Lot lLarge Basket. Rev. W. N. King gave the invoca- March, "The Jolly Copersmith," Lot 2---Small Basket Lot 3--Large Vase Boettger. Lot &-Small Vase tion and the benediction. March, "El Capitar" Sousa. i Lot 5--Large Bowl. Baccalaureate - " __.----:o------ Lot 6--Small Bowl. Baccalaureate service was held on Sunday night at the high school audi- MASON CITY MAN torium. Rev. Harry M. Blout of the SUICIDE NEAR LINCOLN Lot 7Flowers c4 the fperation several ks ago, was able Methodist church gave a very inspir- William I. Kirby, aged 79, corn-' (Wends). Clinton for Tecial treatment since an sermon. The high shool glee club I mitted suicide at the home of his' Class H. Miscellaneous I lpeared in several special numbers i daughter, Mrs. Palmer Beeker, north- Lot l__Organizagion Bouquet. t ko visit homefolks Sunday. It is hop- Lot 2Business House Bouquet. ed he will be home to stay in a few i New Holland, yesterday morn Lot 3-Dad's Bouquet Arranged by days. to complete the evening service, west of Open House inn, by cutting his throat with alHimself" sy Gobteman of Decatur returned Lot 4Bouquet Arranged by Child t Mrs. Iu Hatehett and Miss Pan- to their home after a law days visit Monday with her sister Mrs. W. G. Flowering Smith and family. MissAudrey Whiteman and Larry Cok of Bloominm visited the former% parents, Mr. and Mrs..I.C. Whiteman the past week-end. The Chestnut Merchants' Baseball Team played a game with Arming- t)n at the Chestnut Diamonds Sun- day. Armingtn won the game. Vernis Meadows and Lloyd Lakin motored to St, Louis Monday night with a load of stock. The I.oyM Circle Cla.vs of the M. Everett Park en Thursday May, 26. E. Church met at the home of Mrs. There were twerty ladies present who enjoyed the afrnoon. The hos- tee were M. Park, Mrs. Jacob- sen, Mm. Gilbert Schmidt arm Mrs. Lizzie Ikim. A delicious lunch con- sisting of ice cream and angel food cake was served at the close Of the meeting. Mrs. J. M. O'Brien entertained Mrs. Walter Goodin, Mrs. Clark Fletcher and Mrs. Clara Laughery with a dinner on ThursdaY. RoaLside: J.M. O'Brien who has been in parv, or,er,.'d in;o effer:t by the H- lir.ois Commerce Commission. The cor:mi.sion's order alo reduced pre- en! talus fur .er i "e 2 CqeIblon; ark'] r:: !d, :ns extension tel(zhones in 5",'Lh Pekin. llavana. Lacon. Manitc, and Green Valley. The reduct]cn will become effective .luly t, 1932. The new" low raze .'.hedu}e re3u!ted from a citatmn iued by the eomms- ion ornetime ago ordering the com- par:y o ,J2*;w cause why its rate h'mld not b reduced, l.:xtensvo in- vestigation *f te c,,m ;ny' affa:,rs rate o:der !s the resa! L of tho:e i:> Memomal .ervices in Mr. Puia, ki. The Graduatin ela:-s of the Chest- nut lti:h b:hool, con.istinl o! Ralph Stoll, Jeann-:tte Lauhery and Ce'il Laughery held the evmme-/:e- nest exercises on Wednesday night. Rv. L. (;. Strouse was the -eaker of the evenin v. PAGE FIVE i I r vf.stiatJ,::.:. Vi;%uHly all clat._s of -'vr','J'e i:: f'ekbl wilt bm at a lowt .-:t  ,: (,f the order. -- --:o;- DAY I'FF PARINGS KILI ON '2 "::,''" c:st one life when it e::t ;:! c::c::t this sprin. Mrs. Am'a .' " ,> of Chieal;o climbed ,,,,'.e . ", 'or el:,ck ab,ad. The lad.P-r - -:l:er  a.'d :the v:a; fatally R U :,. ,. tAINLESS EXTRACTION With Novocain Block Guaranteed Dental _ Service at Prices in Keeping with the Times. PLATES $10 A LOW A .... Other Vulcanite dentures $17.50, $20, SL--Heeolite $30. Extraction free with better plates. Silver Fillings ......... $1.50 Porcelain Fillings ...... $2.00 Grigbsy Dentists WHEN BABIES mmnot pat away. 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