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i - ! i i : &apos;11 [111 II County News! NEW GREENS FEE AT LINCOLN COUNTRY CLUB Greens fees at the Lincoln Country Club for non,members will be $1.00 per day for Sundays, holidays and Thursdays, but the 25 cents per 9- hole round greens fee will be retain- ed for other week days. COUNTY GRADUATES GET SOUVENIR DIPLOMAS Each of the 209 county graduates aeeeived a WAslmgton Bi-Certtennial Diatoms at the 13th annual county commencement exercises held at the, Lincoln high school building Satur- day afternoom The diplomas this year have brown  Gaston B. Means, former pri- vate detective, was arrested when Mrs. Edward McLena of Washington said she had given him $100,000 to ransoms the Lindbergh baby. THE MT. PULASKI TIMES, MT. PULASKI, ILLIN(M8 NEWS BRIEFS HOMER TICE SLIGHTLY INJURED IN CRASH State Representative Homer J. 'rice of Greenview was slightly in- jured in an automobile accident near Hinsdale Monday night. A tire blow- out as the cause of the accidelvt. 23 ARE KILI.ED IN MONTREAL EXPLOSION A 'eries :f terrific explosions tore --m Raise Whiskers To Sta00e Celebration Of all the odd ways to raise mory Clarence Riden, of Grand Rapids, i Neb., steamed ino Macomb the THURSDAY, JUNE 23, Mrs. D. C. Humphreys. ! Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hank of Miss Rosalie WilEams of Lincoln ! Burtonview were Sunday spent .several da,s last week witk i..isitors with his parents, Mr. Miss Wilma Buckholz. I Mrs. Win. Haak. Mrs. Term Wood of Springfield, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. has returned to her home after vis-i attende d a surprise in Elkhart for a July 4th frolic Macomb has hit iting in Chestnut, Mt. Pulaski and : day evening in honor of Mrs. upon the most unusual when they French's Chapel district. !Humphreys' birthday. started a whisker club to raise the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fairfield of Preaching services and funds necessary for e celebration. Fisher were Sunday callers with rla- i school v'ere well attended We hve heard of raising live stock tives. The noodle and chicken supger and other produce to raise money but Mrs. Chas. Wood called on Mrs. E. ia neat little sum for the Ladies' we have never heard or read about E. Fench Friday afternoon. H The next meeting of the Aid will ] making whiskers a paying .crposi- Mr. and Mrs. arry Larson were Ia t the home of Mrs. H. M. Blou tion. Sunday visitors in Elkhart with his Mt. PuIaSki. ".he oil tanker Symbeline wide Open : er day sporting a three weeks growth in Montreal harbor Friday and i of whiskers and after explaining the hr:ught death to an estimated total ! reason for the enormous beard, which eovetm, which bear in gold a picture of the liberty bell and George Wash-i in00o, to0000or with the Bi-00n00n- Non-High h dates. Sc eel URQUHART WINS SECOND  Tuition Report - An avalanche of senate votes Fri- Norman urquhart, Lincoln repre, i The board of education for the day buried all hopes of several thou- tive, placed second in the Illinois non-high -':b-cl district of the court- Future Farmers Association puh41City me on Am-H 19. 1932 to canvass peaking contest held in Urbana I,i-] day evening. Urquhart had previously I the results of tke annual election, to mganize the board, and to pav claims won dLrtct and sectional contests. /f=r tuition. Mr. John Zimmer of Em- KENNEY   lden was re-elected a member of the ooard. The other members are J. L. IN BEASON SUNDAY / Williams. Chestnut, and Lee C. Stone of Middletown, A 1931 Chevrolet sedan ou'ned by The tuition claims were carefully I ments were blocked. The vote on this George Batker of Kenney, was stol- checked by the board and the .ere- was forty-four t twenty-six. Again en in Beason late Sunday afternooh tory authorized to issue orders to the house "'passed he buck to the acoordrrg to a report made to Sher. pay the same as tax funds are col- ate in order to keep in the good Win. A. Moore. I leered. Because of the senti-annual graces of the veterans. mother and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby French spent Sundy in Line-tin with Mrs. Jennie Seibert. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Humphreys i cloth trade, as well as in car In of 23 men, and injuries to 63. i,vas to raise money for some civic and Miss Marguerite Humphreys at- thumb or thumb's breath was Ten bodies had been recovered at l enterpri:e in his home tom, Nod tended the ,0th anniversary of the to equal one inch. By extension, noon. nine hours after the first blast, Haney and A. J. Fish of Macomb be- M. E. Church in Chestnut Suldayl of thumb" is used figurately  came interested.  afternoon, i simple and roughly practical and 13 others were believed to be in They thought of the fourth of Sunday sitora with Mr. and Mrs. !of measurement based on the wrecked tanker's hld. July celebration they were craving E. E. French were Mr. and Mrs. Ed- and e)c=erience rather than t SENATE REJECTS BILL but lacked the necessary cash. Mr. win Gardner of Beason, Mr. el Mrs. tic kno-ledge. l FOR VETERAN RELIEF sand war veterans znassed at the ca;itol for immediate payment of $2,400,000,000 en their bonus certifi- cates. By a aixty-two to eighteen vote the senate rejected the Patman bill which had swept through the house on the wave of a 211 to 176 mpority. By taming a motion to reconsider the proposal, all further bonus move- Below is given a report of the I Mrs. Evalyn Walsh McLean of $104,- tuition claims for the school year of ? 000 in an alleged plan to return the 1931-1932: kidnaped Lindbergh baby. payment of taxes, there were n<rt BOARD OF REVIEW ORGANIZES; uff]cient funds available to pay all MEANS SENTENCED FOR tuition claims in full. At least 60 per LINDY KIDNAP SWINDLE The Logan county board of review cent of each claim has been paid met Monday and formed their organi- when the second installment of real Gaston B. Memm was sentenced to zation for the year. They will not be es*ate taxes is ccllected. 15 years' imprisonment for swindlq,g ready to listen to complaints until the Iater part of July. The members of the board are T. O. Niewold, chair- man; Robert Davis and August J. Baker. !y but they gradually became more enthused to the scheme and it was finally adpted. It costs t, hem one dollar to be- come members of the club. The club has rules and regulations and by- laws and a kangaroo court sits week- l ty t enfoee the rules and punish the violators. If a man ]-mamas a hair of PuTils Rate Tuition Linc:tn ....... 8 $115.00 $ 793.00 Emden ....... 25 211.00 5275.00 Chestnut ...... 20 213.66 3857.75 Middletown _ _24 136.55 3262.03 Atlanta ...... 2 191.00 eaon ........ I 226.55 175.46 213.00 127.27 174.43 2'24.98 168.44 ATLANTA MAN HURT WHEN STRUCK BY CAR William Wakefield, Atlanta ner- I How We Get "Rule of Thumb" Originally rule of thumb i measuring with the thumb 1. C. TAXES EDUCATE 26,000 More than 26,000 boys and girls in l the communities along the Illinois Armington_ 7 201.38 1409.661 Fish tilled together a group repres- Joe Ashen, Miss Inez Ashen of Mt. enting various Macornb organizations Pulaski, Mr. and Mrs. Earl French The Toronto, Canada, zoo offers 1 and the matter as talked ver. At and Mr. and Mrs. A. Watson aid son swap two African porcupines for first tke idea :f a whisker club in of Jacksonville. .Ma:on:b va not taken ver- serious- I wallaroo. Is anyone here intereste his chin it is liable to east him a buok when the court sits. It is believed membership witl total several hun- dred and all the money will be turn- chant, was taken to Deaconess hos- Mr. Pulaski ___ 8 al Sunday for x-ray examination Hartsbur .... 15 of rib fractures sustained in a crash Cornland ..... 10 Saturday night when his ear struck Elkhart ...... 6 a truck parked with a broken axle on New Holland _ 3 he edge of RouU 4, just south of Waynesville __ 4 Atlanta. " Hittle Twp. collision with a northbound car on t'ure 4 near Chenoa at 4 p. m. two ears sideswiped and 1)o11 badly damaged. Occupants of other ear also escaped injury. ed :ver to the Legion which wilt have full ehmge of the celebration. Right now it looks like an aval- anche toward a big membership. Frank Neylon, everyone at the Ma- c:n- garage Mtor company, Dutch Ccnger and his garage force, W. C. Miner and Fred Gordon. A1 Ring. Chet Galloway, the police force and dozens of others signed on the dot- ted line, and got away to a flying start m the whisker parade. WMskers must stay on until Juy 5. 382.00 Central System are receiving their i F h's Ch I 226.55 public school education at the ex- renc ape 1255.52 pense of the railroad. This figure 2.010.95 is arrived at by dividing total school Read and Honey-Hook sch<Is held 1159.57 taxes paid by the Illinois Central a icnic Sunday June 12th on Salt 959.'the average public school cost Creek. At noon a basket dinner was 562.45 pupil as reported by the government, lserved. 533.44 i Miss Esther French of Aura was ! CITY SPENDS ONE-THIRD I a recent visitor in French's Chaoel . FOR LEGAL SERVICE neighborhood with relatives. " ! HEGELE CAR BADLY Peoria ....... 1 128.68 77.21..  copy of an Edinberg, ILlinois, a- i lers this week with Mrs. Shelby DAMAGED IN COLLISlON!Greenview .... 2 175.3 233.84Iir was received at our desk lamt i French were Mrs. Win. Buckholz, and Mrs. Arnold Hegele, Mrs. Minier ...... 1 174-00i eeK. we Rent Know why: But o I Wilrml'-Buekholz, Mrs. Harry Larson, i 137 $23,072.131 em na puzzte us was r, ne annual Miss Marguerite Hum,,,, a- Poloney and Miss Else PeA- Some f the pupils attended onlyi pp prmtmn ordinance whmh to-Mss Rosalie Williams. i escaped injury Sunday when tl ear f the former, southbound, was in I part of the )era , hence the number taled $9,500 of which $3,000 was for ; , Larkin Club held a picnic at of vupils times the rate of tuition legal service. They must have a law- F rench's Chapel en Wednesday. The for any ?articular school dyes not yer fir mayor, r.ext meeting will be at the home of n:earily check with the amount GOFF FUNERAL HOME BEASON ALUMNI ELECT OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR of tuition paid. TOWNSHIP MEETINGS OF BUREAU CANCELLED WILBERT H. SCHAHL, Ass't [ Toxmshlp Farm Bureau meetings *cro Serve Humanity Better" which were scheduled for the county Mt. Pulaski 235 PHONES Lincoln, 1234 beginning last Monday, have been ,_ cancelled indefinitely.   . -- A change in the program of tte rtlin,is Agrictfltural Association made it impossible for leaders to participate in the county prograxn and definite annotmcement concern- ing the future will tie made at a la- ter meeting, NOW IS THE TIME TO VACCINATE HOGS The season for vaccination f spring i cig-s is here. Hcrs are low in prie and to some vaccination may look like an added expense to growing, but too others it is a cheap insurance against heavy loss later on. Hundreds of dollars were lost last year in the The annual alumni banquet of the ]Beason Community hig SChool ws held on last Friday evening in the high sdmol. Miss Ethel Forsythe was elected ])resident of the association and Ken- laeth Jones, vice president, and Ken- aeth Burwell, secretary-treasurer. The banquet was served to over six- ty by the Pythia sisters. The program included piano solos 4raine Valentine, and a short tk by Seeright Curry. A dance was held in the hh hol gymnasium ollowing the pro- OSCAR J. LENZ OWNSHIP TREASURERS MUST FILE BONDS -- hog cholera cpidemfc due to the hopes i This is the year for all twnship of getting by without vaccinating, i Why Digs should be vaccinated i treasurers to file their bonds. All when ycng: tommhip treasurers shall file their i 1. It take. less sem, thus costs onds with the county superintend, less. ent of schools before July 1, 1932, the 2. Younger pgs respond to serum I date of the beginning <vf their new I treatment more readily than older erms, Two copies of the bond shall l animals" be flied. One copy will be filed in this office and the ther copy forwarded 3. Young pigs require less labor to o the State Superintendent of Pub- vv:'cinate. lic Instruction. The bond shall be for 4. Vac.qnatmg young: means the job is d:ne and less danger of at- least twice the amount of sill tempting to go through the eason notes, mortgages, moneys and xthout this insurance. effects of which the treasurer is to' have the custody. Such bonds shall be si'ned by two or nmre free hold- England recruited 34,000 new sol- era as securities and approved by at diets in t930 as compared with 26,- least a majority of the trustees. 000 the year previous. Vehy Shower of Rice The average motorist consumed I 504 gallons of gasoline last ear, the The custom of showerin rico on ..... Y s o mgnes per capita consumption he- ,newly married couple. " rues from]in_ in F" "" dia, rice being with the Hindus ant he Eff;t a" [ tower returned a profit blem of fecundity, of $114,720 last year. Lincoln's Leading Optometrist and Manufacturing Optician 510 Broadway Phone 1062 BUD N' BUB w TI I GOT IT /14 A $' WONDGRIN @,E2E D'YA JPPO YA GOT IT -'% - OR .A.L. The Sheets Company Morticians Sheets Quality Service Costs No More Mt. Pulaski Lincoln Del Honte Sale A JUNE SPEClAU C:ORN 200"00N0025c Del Monte Spinach Del Monte " " sparagus szs Del Monte Sliced Pineapple No. 2 C,,NS 29c No. 2 CANS 25c . . cAN 15c N0.2 s CANS 29C Del Monte Tomatoes 2 NO. .... cANs 27 Oel Monte Sardines . qOVA . .CAS 23 Del Monte Co,tee " " .... 3 L.s. 89c Del Monte Tomato Juice . . 3cs 29c Del Monte Tomato Sauce . . . c. 5c PEACHES 5Oc IONA FLOUR FL00DUR 59c tlStOS, PILLSBURV'S -a. 69c OR GOLD MEDAL .... BAG Bananas, 4 Ibs. . 23c New Apples, 2 Ibs. . 15c New Tomatoes, 2 ibs. . 15c Watermelons, per lb. . it i-2: New Potatoes, 10 lbs . 21c THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY MIDDLE W$TERN DIVISION fJ.ER.K AINT LOOK, By Ed .'= 'R'R