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NE 23, f Thumb" umb meg rob. In carpentry, h was take ension. &apos;2 t tely for tical met 3n praeti than ,ier# :OO offer ! ines for ot THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1932 WAY BACK WHEN TWENTY YEARS AGO. The Mt. Pulaski ball team defeat- ed Kenney last Sunday by a 6 to 2 score, with Turner pitching for the locals and Petticord for Kenney. How massy of you boys remember this game ? Mrs. Claude Upp and Miss Lucy Tutwiler attended a Missionary meet- ing in Springfield last Wedne.lAy. Mrs. J. A. Buckles spent two weeks with her son, Aaro and family at Webster City. lo-a. Mr. and Mrs. Jehn Starr and daughters were visitors in Lirmoln Thursday. AI O'Connor of Peoria, spent Sun- day with relatives here. A Horse Show was the verdict of a meeting held last Thursday after- noon. The following officers were ehc- en: President, Gorge Stoll; dee- i preaidents. B. H. Keck and John Tendick; secretary, Chas. Schmitz;' treasurer,, T. A. Scroggin. M. J. Myers vresided at the meeting. -I FIFTEEN YEARS AGO. Progressive Undertakers Funerals and accidents are to be motorized in this county, John T. Boyden ws the first in Lincoln with a c:)mbination hearse and ambulance. T-e Hershey firm of Mt. Pulaski was e. Ge-,. Church of Atlanta. drove bvk a hearse from Freeport this Week. Ryn & Purinton have a hearse and an ambulance coming the first of Jul, Th motorizing of funerals was rather h,w bu when it did ome, it hi* hard.---L!nc In Star, The Spirit of 1917 L. L. Tur:ey of ('he=tnuL wlked irL to a recruiting office in Springfield last week and in_formed the officer in charge that he wanted to enlist. On being asked ff he was married he re- plied, "Yes." His wife came into the rom just then and she informed the officer that she was perfectly able to take care of herself while he was ov- erseas. "S-rry." reztied the officer, but we have striet instructions about accepting married men. Chautauqua Mt. Pulaski's chautauqua start out well this week. C. M. Chapman is !aLatform mar.ager. Cavalry Here July 4th A t:oop cf cavalry, fresh from the Mexi.,n border will be one of tho features of the celebration this year. The" "-"l -'ve mouted and un- mo-;'d d:-i::s. /-'2ca that was a real [ DIRECTORY [ | Mt. Pulaski Lodge No. 87. A. F. and A.M. Meet first Thursday of each month. Keith Rothwell. Worshipful Master; E. A. Downing, Secretary. Mt. Pulaski Chapter No. 121, R. A. M. Meet First Monday of each Month. Everette Rothwell. High Priest; E. A. Downing, Secretary. Mr. *]Pulaski Commandery No. 39 K. T. Meet Second Thursday of each I Month. Ward Harper. Commander; E. A. Downing, Recorder. Mt. Pulaski Chapter No. 466. O. E.S. Meet Second Monday of each Month. ]rs. Amelia Binder, Worthy Matron; Mrs. Maud C. Stafford, SecretarY. Mt. Pulaski [,edge No. 454 I. O. O. F. Meet Weekly on Tuesday. Her-i man Wood, Noble Grand; H.C. Gruber, Recording Secretary. Central Rebekah Lodge No. 313 Meet First and Third Friday of! mch Month. Mrs. Gtadys Rentschler, ]qe4yle Grand; Mrs. Lottie Hahm Re-I Cording Secretary. ! Mm/ern Woodmen of America N 154 Meet in I. O. O. F. Hall, First "Phurmiay of each Month. Chris Beck, Omul; C. T. Turner, Clerk. oyd Neighbors o[ America No. 1@11 Mt in I. O. O. F. Hall, heond a! Fcrth Thursday of each Mmath. Mrs. Francis Turner, Oracle; Mrs. Lottie Hahn, Rcrder. RYman-Fuiten Post No. 447. Ameri- can Legion Meet First Tuesday of each Month. 1)r. C. M. Merriman, Commander; lrank Talmage, Adjutant. American Legion Auxiliary Meet Frst and Third Monday of ach Month. Mrs. Sadie Gruber, President; Miss Lola Hahn, Secre- tary. Mr. Pulaski Chapter of American World War Mothers Meet First Wednesday of each M<mth in Homes of Members. Mrs. Ida Scroggn, President; Mrs. Ors ROthwell. Recording Secretary. Mr. Pulaski Phoenix Fire Department Meet in City Hall. First Fday of each Month. O. W. Mayer. Chief; Claude Holler, Secretary. Mt. Pulaski City Council Meets, Fourth Tuesday Evening of Month. C. T. Turner, Mayor; F. Schafer City THE MT. PULASKI TIMES. MT. PULASKI. II, LINOIS I i IIIII  I TEN YEARS AGO 6 Cents for Threshing Logan county thresermen will make a charge of 6 cents per bushe} for all wheat and three cents for, oats threshed this season. "[%e Igan! association has 56 members, the larg- est in the state. Chautauqua Ticket Sale Slow The ladies of the Community club repo that the sale of tickets for the chautauqua this year is zoing very S] O'#V. {Tril Turner Ft his apmndix ten Sunday school class at here home Tu ersday evenir. T. A. roggin in Nebraska T. A. Seroggin has been visiting the p-: week with his brother, Ben, at Oak, Neb. BUCKLES (Too Late For Lt Week ) Miss Alice Dwyer who has been vii itiv.g her iarents Mr. and Mrs, i James Dwyer returned to her duties at St. John's hospital in Sprmg'field, years aw if the files of this paper in Saturday, 1922 are eorrect.) He :eems to bel Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rickorcts zno- gettinr a!-ng pretty well without Ca. toret o Sprild Thursday even- Ehtertains Class i ing and attended the commencement Miss Etta Upp entertained ter exercises of the Springfield High School held at the Arsep, al. Ray- Schmitgen, a former resident of this vicinity and a nephew of Mr. Rick- ords v'as a member of the class; there mg 419 in the class. Mr. Rickord's mother and sister, Florence returned home with them for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. John Kerschner Tent t Sunday afternoon with their daugh- *ter, Mrs. WalLace Cowan. Several from this vicinity attend- I day. SCIH)OL FOR WOMEN Mr. and Mrs. John Kerschner spent AT ILIANOIS ST#TE F Tuesday evening in V2khart with the latter's sister, Mrs. Maude Hum- - - phreys. veral relatives g,thered at A school for 'rnen will be held , Mrs. Humphreys home to help her: the Illinois State Fair this yr fo celebrate her birthday, rnern}rs af the IIousehold Sci elubs of the state, The school U be held in the Louis L, EmmerR How Teakwood Is Cured building and will be knm as t Nora Dunlap schml. i Miss Dunlap organized the ed *.he Silver Circle at Lake Fork Since gTn teakwood would not Houhold Science here 20 years Wednesday afternoon, float as a rift, and if let lie on the l Mrs. Uriah Tendick spent Sunday. ground would season unevenly, it is ago and the school is a memorial tO -" nor. All apolications should be in m Kankakee. She was accompanied l cured anding, It is girdled and a the first of July and he enroll by her mother. Mrs. Mary Rent-! broad strip of bark and sap wood ta- date has been set f<r August 2. mester arid sDter Fern of Lincoln. ken off annually. Two or thrme years Mrs. J. W. Rttpp, secretary o Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Aderman az,,d' ks required for curing to a yoint where local club will be pleased to give s daughters Mildred and Betty I.v! it will float. It is handled by ele- other information desired to thos visited relatives in S-ringfleld Sun- phant& - interested. to the Under the Auspicies of the Household Science Club at Mt. PMaskl Townshlp High School OL See remarkable demonstration of COOKING with CO]LD 1 We are pleased to isvtte you to the Kelviaator Cooking School. Come and learn how to prepare delicious desserts, mdad and frozen delicacies from recipes originated in the famou Kelvin Kitchen. See the interesting demonstration of Kelvtnator ,I-Zone Cold and the World's Fastest Freezing Speed--boiling water reduced to freeing temperature in five miautm. Get a free copy of the Standard Rating Scale for Eleetrie Refrlentioa--the Scale that ows you how te judge value in an electric refrigerator. Refreshments will be served and all dishes prepared during the demonstration will be given away free. Souvenirs and copies of Recipes from the Kelvin Kitchen will be preented to every guest. Come and bring your friends. Everybody invited. Don't miss it! FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 24-25 at Two O'clock in the Afternoon CHESTNUT HATCHERY