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hlription Price of THE TIMES ][a Only $1 Per Year MT. PULASKI TIMES XXIX MT. PULASKI, LOGAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS THURSDAY JUNE 23, 1932 Number 47 [FL -qhe TiOEditor N S l: Supervisors End .... June Session that aid tune, "Cwcus Comes But Once A Year"? HOW ! But now ? just a ease now of taking to the circus. Busy Session Clears Many Matters of Importance To County - i Much Activity is Shown Church dates its birth from the erec-iner had passed away before his ar-j The board of supervisors complet- i ..... a ,.; T,  session as per schedul- lnruout tbounty in tion of the first building on its pre- rival. Coronor ]1" C. Gaff, who was[ ed ;a&apos;'ekafter tranang a good-i Road Building sent 7roperty, in 1872, although the notified will likely hold an inquiry I congregation was an outgrowth of a Ellen Downing was a life long re- l Iv amount of business, t -- vuch older Methodist society known sident of Logan county and has liv-t The Fifth street road has been .... - -- ....... on ,. care of 'racticallY I ramng was started the irst of as the Yankeetown church, located ed on their farm one mile north f uLv , .... . v - i he week at the north end of the gap :TO miles west of the present site of this city, for many years. She was the abandoned as a state-rod road since e-arating the slab east of the city. ( nestnut. The Chestnut Methodists eldest child of Lorenzo and Sarah II traffic from the west Petitions  " a " .  Ranid hadway is being mane and it ave just celebrated their sixtieth an-  S}ou Downin who war for the improvement of state-aia - oU ....... ' p . eamon the :s anotner enezurzng mt oz nora :iveary by a week of very interest- ,'ery early settlers in Chester town- roads and the relocating of same" . were referred to the state-aid corn-11aa ncw at least we have sold ourselves l ' / at pretext, but of course, no one ; greatest kick we get out of a i s now is the recalling to memory days when we were just kids l e thrill we experienced win I day came around. generally stood 'round and the bill posters being hung. :ng and successful events, l shp, where she was born about 70 ' It may be true that no news is Last Wednesday evening, June 15,1years ago. -- ' an ,ce cream sacral for the entire She lev mittee. . i --ood news but the fact that the coun- : "  " I , a'es her husband and the we would begin a "sugges- The board authorizedto reoeethe pubhc!{ y will endeavor t procure121 to thei congregation and public .was held on I following children: Joseph, Charles, camlmign." buildings committee bids right of way on Laura cam- for :urchase and installation of new]. the church lawn. lne sale of home-an d John Milner, Mt. Pulaski; James suggestions were a little too boilers and heating equipment at! ctete the gap between Mt. Pulaski made ice 2ream and ca. ke was spon:i Milner, Sprield; Harvey Mtner for dad, we would make them a the cunty heating plant, t andAskLincIn,any cartS gOOddriverneWs.who has to ,hecredchetnut- by. the lmaiesM,. E'. OrchestraAid Secietygaveana l'I alsoand arMrS'e seJhnven grandchildrenItead' DecatUr.and Lefttwo] ore apparent. Fred J. Armbrust was awarded the ! make the trip to Lincoln and he will an outd,r concert from the parson- t brothers, W L Downing, Lincoln, ] then we failed to drive home contract for supplies for the canonrY o encouraging news. Fr he has omone oms oy urleu N. :dyncg half-sister, Mrs. Flora B. Stalling, successfully at times, i h3me for the coming quarter on his put his hearty approval on this bit age porch. Their program i rlude(l Joh n M. Downing, Chestnut and one- bid of $315.15. the i An application by Theresa Weiden- kno',n for a good many months th and a vocal sob) by Rev. Strouse, di- California. l bacher of Mt. Pulaski, for a blincl i" v a- going w be impossible to ,ector of the orchestra. Other mere- Funeral arrangements have not I of course we went to !;r of the orchetsra were Miss Mil- been made. of last resort, pension, was rejected by the board. A resolution was adopted up'pro - place where we were always piating $3,000 for right of way and a "fair" and prejudiced atti- court costs for the Rute 4 improve- our favor, ment at the north edge of Lincoln. The board also appropriated $2,289 we went to mother, as the county's share of paving, due -- the city, for the widening of pave- she invariably prosed a better ments around Latham and Washing- than we ever h to be. ton arks. This improvement was -- done several years_ ago and the court- she would have to use ty's appropratmn at this time for its "high pressure" salesmanship share depends on whether the d<rrm- made the sale. ant jail fund is turned over to the general fund. see here, dad, our son needs suit badly so why not go to next Monday and get him QUARTET PLEASED LARGE take him to the circus." AUDIENCE SUNDAY NIGHT The Apollo uartet from Illinois "your son should have the op- at ieat of knowing the dif- WeMeyan University delighted a between an elephant and a large audience at the Methodist church last Sunday evening. The hrmony of these young sing- ers was very pleasing and each hum- you don't go and take bim, her was well recei zed. The most last argument generally the deal. 1 feel that dad kind of had a himself to g but didn't mother to think he hadn't up. didn't make the trip in an auto- went on the early train and oq the late ne. was a full day and a lqt of folks the circus just to get full thrills that came over m and we got from these tril believe any father can fnlly though he experienced them ago. ular numbers they sang was on "Coming Thru the Rye" and Crucified My Lord." The quartet which has sung over a number cf the National Broadcast- ing company stations is composed of Stewart Steelman, Harris White, Ro- bert Beadles and lnald Hatch i932 G raduates Get Scholarships Those who attended the graduating exercises at the hgh schl auditor- ium will remember the prophetic words spoken by the principal, L L. Hargis, which were to the effect that Mt ki tudents had always rat- ed high as scholars, many of the graduates of the axt receiving ]ligh chotastic atnts in higher schools of learning and this elnss of 1922 will not prove an exception. As evidence of this, we wish to cite two instances of members f this are uitea bit different to-" q I year's class who have alneady home view of the many other plea- t that are afforded the -kiddies."  cut Mr Hargis staemen- i Everette VoUe of this city atta- - "" bst average among the Imthing can equal a circus for I ed the h]g_. who wrote the Ulxi- the youngsters a thrill i fiVeversityapplcaaof Illinom ...... scnma'i v exam- circuses are not just what i ination in the ofli_ o:,m:tYP-  Used to be from our viewpinL I .... dent E H. Luzem, , . " ]][IJ.,g I Ixat t *  *r xour are j a fun a thri to_t Vhe hohip  go. Ahe  generation as they ever were- t years/m the delmrtmenus ' verSity located in Chicago. ._ . there a-e fewer ci Glenn pu. '. a'rdsn*- as this year s W ,luating still be just big or big- can't tell with the years cessful in the normal school exam- our mental attitude, intion which will entitle him to scholarship in any of the five norm- we sincerely hope that!al schools of the state. has the privilege of this thrill at least once while still enough to drink of it to the depths. remember this, dad- nd Concert By Civic Orchestra second of a series of concert Civic Orchestr will be held park next Saturday ev_en- The program is as oa- "Down The Field"----Rural "Ma and White"Rug- "Teamwork'Russell" Solo, 'q'ne Conqueror" Jane U IL "PUll O' pep,RutuL 8olo,  Road To amd ,8p, Wilbur Stall "Aean Beauty"---King- Schettisdu "Dan Annual Basket Dinner At Copeland Church The annual basket dinner or home- coming of the residents of the Cpe- i lan d community will be held next Sunday at the Copeland Christian church, six miles southwest of Mt. Pulaski, with an all-day meet2ng. Services in the morning will start with Sunday school at ten o'clock and will be followed by the church ser- vices at eleven o'clock. At the noon hour a big get-togeth- er basket dinner will be served, ev- eryone to bring their own basket of provisiorrs. This part ff the day's program will be in charge of the La- dies Aid. Rev. John Brubeck, son of a form- c-r minister, will deliver the after- noon sermon at two o'clock,  well as the morning seraom 6 A cordial invasion is extended to everyone to join with the le of the church in this annual event at lml'lLng, which time many former reident Galop'---King. "The Avenger'King- come back to renew frtedhip and! "The  mffled Ban- talk about the times when they were'. of the oommuntty. ) Mrs. Win. Milner oh T Chestnut Methodist Church Has c earn Observes 60th Anniversary , - - RelatiesRndfriendswereshcked i r]of.00to I.00001o to learn of the sudden death of Mrs. IgUIUILO laU PfllIMTV I]ARI] DAY MEETING SUNDAY William Milner which occurred about I k/ Ik/l] I 11113[-l_lW WAS ATTENDED BY 7 o'clock Thursday morning, June , ROAD BUILDING LARGE CROWDS while she was at wrk in her garden" i Hard Fought Ten , She had been subject to heart at- Game Dropped To By REV. LLOYDE G STROUSE tracks and suffered this fatal attack[ while gathering beans. Dr. Van Hook i Malerich & Gossett The Chestnut Methodist Episcopal was hastily suramoned but Mrs. Mil- .red N:rris, William Myrick. Fred 51orrP ad Francis Myrick. The lawn was well lighted and enjoyed by the a:ge cr)v:d which attended. Yung People's Rally 7he lw6rth Le'gues at neighbor- -- churche were invited as Chest- .-.:U guests a the anniversary rlly :m Frhiay ever, rag. Over a hundred yoong people were present beMdes :ral adt:!t visitor from Chestnut. "7]: prora: in the church auditor- um consisted f pep songs by the ffup, humorous reading by Rev. H. W. ttlgens of BondviIle. and an ?ddrss on "Beauty Se.rets" by Hey. R F. Doiand of Morrisonville. Both -" these men "are known throughout the eonle:ence as pastors e:cialiy uccessful in young te's work, COM M A NDERY INSTA LI.ATION At a :p(:cia_ r:;eetmg of Mt. Puls- ri (Jon,andery No. 39 on last Mn- :y cveninK the foilowinw officers ":; c,-,- !h:,talled: {.mn:anhq'--Ward L ttarper (hr:-ra!i simo--Frank K. lurley Ca,,tatn (h,r:T- -Everett K Kotn- veil. :rn r V, arcqn i-:. Kieh Rtnwell "J-!;," Warden---Glover Mathews Prelate George J. Smith Treasurer---Clarence E. West. Recorder--,o-Ennf A. Downing Standar:l I,,:arer- G(rze A. Voile hw';i Hearer----(ieore tnderhill Warder--oEveret: K. Br,oker Guards---L. W. I,ueas. B. R. Aitch- sm(,o:;q (.u; those thousands of holes sv that a hard road would not be necessary. It has been a hard road all right, that is, a hard road to et over T.:e .e pavement will enter Lin- :.on from Deer Creek on East Br::adway, eliminating the present narrow county pavement. Frar& T. Sheets, state highway ene-ineer, met with Supervisors Nie- ,;:L lurwell. Colbul'n and Flick h:t v:cek and informed them :ht he st:ect pr:aect in *he letting with tlae 120 and 121 connection R; ale 4 ad 120 are to be conned:t- ed up tha the west part of LincoLn, :unn:ng fr=m the Awe earner to First street and then across to join the Stringer avenue at the south end A concrete and steel hridge over Su_r Creek on Route 121 north of end certainly fuHilled all expectations ison and Walter Schafer Lincoln is practically a reahty.' G6n- on this occas,on. Then the young Hermit.-.-John W. Rap]), B. W. people djourned to the bament for EIy and H. (L 'fomlinson. crete has been poured on the main{ an hour of games and refreshments. steel syan and also on the slab ap- The games were skillfty directed, proaching the north rode. LgPl{at+'{n reardle:s of the large = pr Horse Killed By Grading ha. now been c : the gravel road between em sent, by Rev. Keith Loveless of Bea- Hopedale. The culverts have al-on. An Aut00omobile00 and Sunday Morning Serice i so been cbmTleted to the mtersec- Although all services Sunday mar- tian leading to Hopedale... . -- -rag began a half hour earlier than A stray hrse belonging to H. B. I i The George Hoffman cnstrncmn u ual ' the ;unday School arted the Capps was instantly killed on the 1 company of Lincoln was the low bin- der on the bidding for graveling of daYl08. Thisff withwas afollowedrecord attendanceby the morn-f Saturdayhard roadeveningnear thewhenCemeterystruck byrada[ the primm r:ad from he Salt Creek bride south to Lake Fork, a total ing worship service, which included Chevrolet sedan driven by Bert Jones., . he highest :oint of interest of the Bert, who is a salesman for the of 6.38 miles. ' whole week. The beautiful auditor- Unland Chevrolet company of this Bids on grade 4 gravel were rc- ceved as folloWS: i lure of the church was filled with. city, was on hs way to Lincoln, and G. E. Hoffman Co ....... $12,363.12 people facing an altar deeply bank- haxl on his dirtmaers to  another 2. 775 ed with flowers and ferns and over- car when a loose horse made its ap- G. A. Hackett, Decatur .... 1_73 . , - R A. Cullinan, Tremont -- 15.547.56 ung ny a white electric or(ms. Above pearance and in turning t to miss C. L Sword& Peoria 15,73&851 the choir loft was a streaming white, it, strtrck ahother one, breaking the ..... banner bearing the words "Sixtieth I wind.laid completely out, and throw- Porter and McCulIy, 16,951.24 Anniverry." At the close of the ing the horse agn the right rear Mac ............. piano voluntary by Miss Mildred Nor- fender which was badly damaged and Janssen and Sharer, ri.% the ehurch*s chorus ch of 25 breaking the horses neck. Jone as- Pekin ................. 17,108 I Bidding lart fall was $2.77 per voices entered singing, Onward caped with nothing but a slight cut Christian Soldier, The mng pray- on his chin. yard which means a savmg of at- er was led by Ray. Albert S, Maxey mastS5,000. Bids must be approved by the of Villa Grove, formerly pastor at Hoover-Curtis Win stste highwa} department as the Chestnut in 1924-27. road is k as a 15-D improvement Various organizations and indivi- On First Ballot with aid from the motor fuel tax duals of the church had eooperated in preparing a birthday gift to the Making almost  clean sweep cf fund. church in the form of new hymn the first and only roll call, Presutent books. These new books were formal- Herbert Hoover was renominated by Kelvinator Cooking ly dedicated at the moving service, the republican national convention School This Week The choir, several Sunday School which had spent nearly all  its cam c!as.,:es and the Epworth Leagues had c!udin ssion shouting  praises. A Kelvinator Cooking School will ?urchased most of the books. The rolling tide of his aupprt lift- ed his tvtal to 1,126 1-2 out. of the be held at the Mt. Pulaski Township (Continued on page 5) 1,154 votes in the convention. The high school ov Friday and Saturday others were scattered in the official afterwoons of this week. K IN BALL LEAGUE computation The school is being held under the DRAWS UP NEW SCHEDULE auspices of the Household Science A new schedule for the Kitten ball} club as part of their club projects, league has been prepared for the next i Band Stand Hs Interesting demonstrations will be five weeks. Next week's schedule is: I Been Remodeled ivrt:f shas atn$j: ded.yss W ednesday--Butehers vs "lN,uekerst Refreshments will be served and all TuesdayMechanics vs Merchants i A bigger and better band stand is dishes prepared during the demon- ThursdayRamblers vs Hashsling- I the motto of the local musical organ- era. A complete schedule will be izations having t use the city band stration will be given away. Souven- ublished next week. -I stand this summer. ira and recipes from the Kelvin Kit- chen will be presented to every guest I The result of this objective can now The meetings are open to the pub- Grand Jury Named be seen in the city @ark where a ten foot extension has been lt on the lic and start ,x two o'clock. For Fall Term south side of the old stand. The stand has also been lowered to within 18 Beson to Chestnut Grand jurors for the September inches of the ground. A new railing road Is Completed erm of circuit court were alapointed has been pled around the addi- last wk by the Logan board of ltion but no top will be built th )"It in't a hard road but I would super.sors as follows: summer, ther rRie or. it than a hard road," Lake Fork--John Epley. The band will face the west when was the comment of one party who AetnaFred Zelle. playing and the extension will give has been driving over the new Beau- Oran--H. E. Kindred. them much needed room, I on t3 Chestnut gravel road since it ChesterGeo. SchhL The city furnished the material[ was opened last week. East IAncolre--R. H. Clark all!and the labor was donated by mem-] G R bars of the band and others intereat-{ The completion of this up to date Dave Struening. gravel road marks the first of its Elkhart--Arthur Barry  . ied in their welfare. Cited for honor-] able mention are George Suedmeier,  kind to be built with the ad of the Battertc. state motor fuel tax, and covers a West LincolnJ. F. Roos and L. B. A. Tyler, Theron Zimmen, Art distance of 6 and 1-2 miles. I B. Shroyer. Kolp, George Mird, Dmn Ellis, Motor rue tax roads are built un-: OrvilHenry  and Noah John Miner, Harold Hargrave, and Alderman Samuel Zimmerman, who der state highway department sup-'. Payne. ervision. The Beason-Chestnut route Sheridan---Bryan Wendell trimmed the trees in the park. has new concrete culve and bridges Prairie Creek----Geo. Furrer. and a grade Mmilar to that in whi Laenna Arthur Park. BAND CONCERTS UNDER WAY slab is labi. Constructed acrding to Atlanta--Clinton Gresham and Do- The city bend is under full sway a- state ns the grade was recently rid Cobrain !gain th a series of summer con- accepted by the state, and the r6ad Mr. Pulaskild Brmker and  cei in Mt` Pulaski on Wednesday now stands as one of the finest gra, Clarere Hahn, evenings and a weekly naert at Latham. Baseball fans were treated to a honest to goodness ball game Mon- day evening when the Maleric & G?ssett league team leaders in tim Lincoln Kitten league were ext the extent of going ten innings be- fore they won a 5 to 4 verdict. The  was an unusually eating one filled with snappy ply and te situations. Neither was able t score until the sixth ning when Malerich & Gossett 3 ns. No more scoring was done u til the eighth when the lcals p three runs across to tie the score. M & G came back in the next in- ning with another run due to lax playing on a fly ball to the field. But McVey, who had been mg spectacular olays all thru th game and staving off defeat, po out a three base hit and scored o P Ey's sacrifice to the outfield. The tenth inning, however, broug the Lincoln team the needed run on an'.ther bit of wild throwing. T' time it was irnposs:ible for the 1 ;.o ;ick up the tying run, the g endin 5 to 4. tIank Blackford's hefty swat i the eighth pushed two runs over bits by Rorner and Anderson scored him with the tying run. Romer pitchinr f.r the locals d ;- mighty sweet tab of it and it :'; fault of h tha he did not  ou on the winning end. Dehner , n? In, also pitched a nice game of LI!. According to Manager Gr)s.Lt, : th hardeM fought game t have had aH season and is the IL. :,tra mnin ame that any tean m "he league ha.,: played. A cd sized crowd thorough -:,joyed the game as it was fur nice plays and exciting situatio be (od natured .;Drtmanshi' - played thruout the ga made t spato feel that defeat was o; a matter 0f figures. A "urn will be played in Liln under t  floodlights some time oon. Scores by innings--- M & G .........  0O3 001 1---l Mt, Pulaski .... 000 Ot 031 1 Maleh & Gt AB R H PO A l Esminger, rf, ---5 1 1 2 0 Mitchell, , .--.---5 2 2 0; saway, cf ...... 2 0 0 2 0 @ Dehner, cf ........ 3 l 2 1 0 Lawier, 2 ....... 5 0 1 1 1 .... 4 0 2 2 1 @ Perry, If, ........ 4 0 1 2 0 II Gossett, ab ....... 4 0 1 5 1 Dayman, c, ....... 4 0 2 3 0 I F. Dehner, p ..... 4 0 0 2 0 Totals ...... 45 5 13 30 7 ML Pulaski AB R H POK Btackford, c ....... 5 1 1 7 0 .1 Romer, p .......... 5 0 2 0 I 1 Anden, lb ....... 2 0 1 2  affenacker, lb, 2 0 0 3 0  Harper, 2b ....... 4 0 1 3 0 1 C. McVey, us, .... ..4 1 2 4  g Stockton, 3b. ...... 4 0 0 V. Ey, K ......... 4 1 0 C. Ey, of, ........ 4 1 0 Underhill, fss ..... 4 0 1 DiIlsaver, rf ...... 4 0 1 2 0 Totals ....... 42 4 9 29 7. FORM RIDENT DIES AT SAN DIEGO, C Relatives and fnds in Mt` laski received word rly this of the death of Fdward K. (eurred after a brief illness [r- heart trouble. He leaves his who before her mae was Alma BoIlin of Lincoln a oneda ter and one son. ed extensively about ven south of the city on the farm new owned and occupied by Jas heib hammer. MRS. G. S. CONNELLY WINS PRIZE AWA Mrs. G. S. Cnnelly was notifi early this week that she was awa one of the five weekly prizes offered by the Greyhound Bus Lines o fifty word essay, "Why I would joy a trip to Pikes Peak  Olympic games over the Grey Lines," or words to that effect, The award was made to Mrs. m. nelly on her story submitted f contest of the week of June 5  prize consisted of $50 in cash round trip tickets which will be until Jan. 1, 1933. Mrs. trip