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Subscription Price of THE TIMES Is Only $! Per Year .....  i .... i: // MT. PULASKI TIMES A LIVE TOWN IN a PROSPEROUS COM POPULATION VOLUME XXIX MT. PULASKI, LOGAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY JULY 14, 1932 NUMBER !00EFLEf00TLONSl Win 2 Games Here's another bit of evidence that From Lincoln old days have passed. Farmers are bringing their recent- ly threshed grain to town. But you wouldn't know that it had been threshed by looking out re'- el" the country from town. You would have to drive along the roads and either see the stub- fields as evidence; hing ee some kind of new activity O41 there. There are no smoke spirals dotting tile countryside on all sides to indi- that the threshing season is at We rather miss those pillars of mke mounting straight upward. Kitten Bailers Take Two Exciting Games The Past Week A local kitten ball team mixed up Friday evening on the home field with the Gamble team of the Lincoln league and took the long end of a 6 to 5 battle. The game was another one of the kind that bring the fans back for more. The" score was close all the way thru and it was not until the last of the ninth that the locals broke loose with a betting spree that picked up the needed two runs to win. Gambles started off with a rush, scoring two runs in the first on three scratch hits and an error. The locals To us this is another thrill that the came right back in the second and )m4ters are missing. I evened the count on Underhill's tangle . and Romer's three bagger. They pxck- Of course, they have plenty of eth- ied u another one in the fourth when McVey poled out a three bagger a- et more exciting, perhaps, i long the right field line; and ann*her Rut to us those old days were just one in the fifth on a two bagger by ts full of thrills. Remember how we used to wait up llttil the small hours of the night uw the big steam engine, separator ank wagon rrived at the home They would change locations dur- il the night as a rule and get aH set for the next run before teY called it a day. And the army of men that was en threshing job made it a real Aml those threshing dinners! Y might have to wait instil  or third table but what I Care. were just that much hungrier, they always lind plenty to me. threeblag riat  to 15 to 2O members, the flag of zmmbe Ser 6. A tractor and a mall separator replaced the big steam outfit. And then as you drive aloug the you see anotr strange ema- B Ey and a single by Blackford No more scoring was done until the seventh when a single by Keys dropped just over the second baseman and was converted into a home run when the bail was kicked arouno while Keys and a man ahead were racing over the 91ate;'tying up the score again. In the first of the ninth, Gambles scored what looked to be the winning run but Me. pi esme right back and sifter Blotrt had flied to short, a single by McVey and a three bagger by Foster tied the score and a scratch hit by Underhill was lflayed i  that Foster was held at third. Then Romer came up and won his own game By oling out a clean hit, scor- ing Foster fr the needed rut, evening. Historical Pageant To Be County Wide Celebration see a binder and threshing rolled into oue. gain is cut, threshed aml into waiting wagons all in Process. Graia rut at 9 o'clock is deli]ered elevator within the next hour. if a tcuek is used---15 minutes the gram is out, it is ready to in a freight car to be ship- to the big city. 17 Yes. System? Yes. modern business and indus- hiak that they are the arme of is progressive, the farmer of is keeping step with them. not in some ways, but ia things as a changing age de- and necossitates--en a speed one big advantage (?) fight that is gives the farmers more worry about the low for his efforts. ]tt happy days WILL eeme agallL for friend Farmer. LOGAN VALUES 1 Cunty Histrical Siety l Is Again Planning. Coun- IN BIG DECLINE I ty-wlde Event The highly sussful program gi- Million Dollars Less In As- sessed Value of Lo- gan Personal List With the addition of the new as- sessmerft lists of East and West Lin- coln, the total decrease in assessed valuativn for the county is a filth more than a million dollars. East Lincoln showed a loss of $311 000 which was due mostly to fires. West Linc3in took a drop of $85,000 while the real estate showed a slight gain. Mt Pulaski township showed the largest loss in the county with the .xce:tion of East Lincoln. the declins Ling $162,160, The total assessed value for 1932 is $4,611,250. Tolal real and personsl property assessments in the county last year mounted to $40,400,000. Th will amount to approximately $40,000 ess in taxes to be collected next year on this year's ssessment. "lre are vpvximately $1,400 collectible in taxc" this year, and next year the tax to be collected will be about $1.360,000. Wheat ws assessed last year on a basis of 30 cents a bushel, and this year at 20 nts. Corn was aessed at 25 cents last-year and 10 cents thi year. Cow's a at $30 each last year, ave now assessed at while hogs assessed at a value of cents a ound last year ave now a 2-cent basis. the van last year in the form of a pag- eant of Logan county at the opening day of ehautalqua has encouraged the offieere of the Logan County His- tortoni Society to plan for another pageant this se The successful program given last year will be followed with cPmnges azut additions to provide entertain- Youths In Military Camp im0t Guil00 A . Logan County pphcants Numbered Forty for Annual Camp Three local youths reported Tues- day et Camp Atwell, the ninth Citi- zens' Military training camp at Jef- ferson Barracks near St. Louis They are Everette Voile, Homer Blout and Noel Suedmeier. Some forty other youths of Logan county who laced pplications are as follows: Lincoln Virgil Yeates, Kenneth Ross, Thomas Dumser, Edward Mal- ment to the large audience expecdL erich, Kenneth Durst, Charles Lar- In the afternoon each towrship will son, Thomas Cheekiey, Eugene Craw- present a stunt as a part of a com- ford. Albert Brackney, Gilbert Plaser, munity program and many original ideas are being suggested to Mrs. S M. Keys who will again have charge of this feature. Several groups are already at work on their particular stunts. In the evening a historical pageant will be given and Mrs. E. O Koch, who di- rectd the pageant last year, will a- gain be the director using appro- priate enes and dances, outlining the progress of our country from the dzy ot George Washington. It is expected to use more than five hundred le in the pageant with erect part of the county rep- resented. The splendid response given last year was an evidence of the in- terest in this kind of a pro Mrs. Frank Wolard, chairman, will ap- @reciate any suggestions that may be made from any one in the county, t Kartlett House, Harry Sutton, James Eberle, Harry Merry, Victor Schrie- bar, Walter Black, Anthony Olasky, Wayne Gerard, Joseph Jurjevieh, AI Davis, Russell Miller, Charles Hays, Delmar In&,ram, Tom Alvey, John Gullett, James Hale, Charles Helm, Charles Watt, Ja Eberle, Cccll Ryan, Earl Nesbitt, MiddletownSeward Conningham. New Holland--Oscar Bland, Ed- fr Horn, Thomas Bevan AtlantaPhilip Coons, Earl Hay- ter, Richard Tuttle. BeasonEllsworth Brown. Elkhart-- Joe Lanterman, James Taylor, Cyrus Shockey Logan's quota was only 20, there were 52 applications and but two or three failed to pass the physical test. Expehses are aid to and from the camp and there is no expense for the student. NEW TEACHER FOR 0glesby _____ Contempt of Court Ch Not Sustained By Judge's Ruling Jasper Ogley f Elkhart, the late Governor Kichard is not guilty of contempt of although he has faihM to pay former wife f5,000 in alimony, Frank Lindley ruled in county ciuit court yesy, 1929. Later this amount was to $150 a month Money to pay alimony was obtained from the turns on I193 acres of land. With fall in the price of arm .roduee estate does not produce any over expenses ano taxes The court's ruling wound up alimony case in which Peter Murphy, for Jasper sought to have the $150 per m imony court order reduced and t rney tlarrett O'Hara of Chi i:un.sel for Mrs. Maude Ogiesby, gntmg modification, also dem an order of commitment  Jasper Oglesby for contempt for Cult- ure to pay alinvy. John G. Oglesby as trustee of estate, testified that taxes ave e. ceeding income from the trust of a $200 a month t up for Jas- per and Maude Oglesby's two sor Richard J. and John L. Oglestry, that Jasr Oglesby has received $220 from the estate since the E Ro.mion RADE SCHOOL P(ITION of their mother, the widow Of chard J Oglesby, Illinois Civil War Miss Helen MeClintook of Quincy, Governor. Members of the Waehter family has  engaged to teach the first He declared that the 1100 ace from y eF4trated points in een- grade in the city school. Mi Cud- estate, of whh he is trustee, i tral Illinois gathered at Nelson perk i Shafer who taught tb grade eludes 300 acres of timber The i I)eca on Sunday, July 10 for for the past two years, res to me has been $4 to $2 an aTe, family re- accept a ition in a school at Cicero , exciuve of drainage taxe W, near Chica, ha amoted to $L75 to $1.85 acre, he said. This lav, sold  day's riee, he  would  side was retire& The locals notre all arents. ne service was vent Y, discmraged hatted in two runs in ttter Carl I. Empson, pastor ot a  fouml at ir first eently from half. And in the fourth ran wild with English Lutheran church in  pro- the park bed  diversions of at the  hon  two a three bagger by Anderson and four sauce of the immediate the young members while the old- south of Benin, which is now the ed in eout with  aid of a more hits, crossing the plate for 4 fore an archway er ones eltjoyed family reminescing, home of Mr. and Mrs. OUo Roos and w 40 pou te more runs. Two more were added in At the biness meeting the fieers family, ago when he suffered  the fourth, one in the fifth, another in the seventh and four more in the eighth. The visitors were unable to do any more scoring until the eighth when they pushed over three runs and duplicated their erformance in the ninth. A tl of ten erron were ehar ge. against the two tes, while a total oz 29 hits were poma out- _ . A shoestring catch by Cap Ey m left field resulted in  double plaY as the runner thought it a sure hit. The-fielding Of Alvey playing a roving second was the outsndmg feature of the visitor (Continued on page 5) RUNS WILD BUT IT'8 ONLY A CASE OF (?) know just how thorough- The Jacob ConStant family held -- " twent- fifth annual re-union Wile" covered the town mew tw - evening, but he at least July 4h st the home of Willmm Po of folks know that there senbsrger, southeast of Mr. Pulaski. a dog now a resident e Therer were 73 of the family p0msent. After dinner ReD. J. W. Constant of a little fox terrier, now in Decatur was elected ptident. NL A. f6r the 10,000 meter race in Constant and J. M. ConStant of De- games was out t eatur, first nd second vice-presiden evening and in the coutlm of Mrs. Win. Orgy of Decatur, seeretarT, took in porches, around Homer  of Benin, trea C" the end of his endurance The oldest member present, . A. HARD ROAD BIDS FOR SLAB EAST OF TOWN Pros for paving this gap of 1.12 miles on route 121 around Mr. Pulaski, have been called for by the state highway department.  t be opened on July 27, but it is known if this section of the road will be pved this summer. Speedy rogreSs is now being by the Itis Coustruction Co., w__.ltb band conomrt that afternoon by are dmng the excavating or tae vm-,| the Ansar Shrine brad of S duct under the Illinois Cent  of which A. F. Lip@ of this city is a on the east end of Cook gvve, t . An evening concert wu gi- cavating and grading had been eom- in Nokomis. pleted on the north side of the rail- yen rc nut and the steam shovel is now at Among those from here who made work on te south side. the trip were Mr. and Mrs; Lip@, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Sams, Mrs. Alma Com,tant Family Held Reinders, M. Catherine d M Laurel Connolley, Miss Della Ander- Last Sunday o m d wnm, Mr.  ur& H. V. Wymi and dughter Miss Nina, Mr. and Mr W B. Jenner, Miss Anna Schafer, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Smith and Dr. F. W Reinde. HELP FOR MOTORISTS GOING TO CANADA j ed tp alleys on the dead run. began to drag on the up his p mad to feel that he had gone search over the route take failed to disclose him un- the evening when he was uric. Conat of tor, is eightY ofour years of ague and lmn't  e f the twenty-four reunions. The y member was May Beeke of Mi]Fmi, Illinois. States represented were Texas, flowers. *-r elected for the coming year were: The family *,ffitlrir, urrvid to vessel while ving an Following the ce. a x president of the Logan cottony group, be so p'-R voted to near Decatur. A  ago he course luncheon  se Waler Sams of ML Puski and for make it an mmual affair, and the a I%=lic stroke, aude Ogiesby took t Goodman Tea room xor  .. ,m- e the Danville group, Mrs. Douis Wal- followin officers were elected: i- . " art und members ot me xamuy, z-  " dent, Otto Roos; vice-preside, Geo. yestery mon.  d P Y .... ,--- . -,- un- ters was elected prestdent. Mrs. D. J. cou ie left on a w , ,- ---- r . . - ........ sue arm her sons had no any ..... L. _. t.o in a Fuhrer of this ty was named se- Roos; secretary and turer, mrs.. ..... on their return wm w a ,, --,- '-. - *- * ---- Florence Der. nan een onjects of charzty for the .......  . F. rry. ru . ,  IOtlr years newly furnm apartm ....  and Mrs. John Waiters of e Members of the ly present She i'" ....... go. - .. ..... in  are the re-tiring esidents. The re- ] .... J- -nd M C G Roos and I  a na sue mul rejected . " .......... I n Jolm Oglesby s cheeks because Mrs. Gorsky who m well w,s . t ,,,, ,, next r will he held &t J oaughter, . f'erne; Mr. ana mrs. I w. ___ _ __. " t htor ox .......... " Mt. Pulaski zs the eldes daug I , ...... z ..... ,t, , g..v re. .    szgn away her t& Oscar Frahlw; Mr. and Mrs. Rt-S ............. '-- - -- -- ,..--m whn are  " "' v ............ " -- ' . .. o.a .#.. Evel t -m ma sne na not  Mr. and Mrs. It-ram( ,- --- , .... ntzves of ML puluskL She is a mete ! ter ,uzy,,.. --. R'; Paul'e--ad ;o'r,'*F'rt, al  =:nt a not to accept ploo - . _-. mlami mrs. taroim rxmrer of this eity of F A. George t. cmu=,, ..... a mm oy lis uncte, J . ................ m lwas the oldest member present and Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. rge Roo , Ocdesb - Arnold and Mrs. walter i I the young son of Mr. and Mrs. John " V .... *" son Wilbur, Mr. and Mrs. incest *-h ............. I Allsup of near Latham, was the Ierker, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roos, mote/gwOY, sam tha ur DISTRIBUTING NOVEL ELL  youngest." son, Lemmrd of Lincoln; Mr and had no r m mrs. Jasper leab - PUBLIC SALE B 1 Mrs. Elmer .om, .and *Mrs" H:: d and A;P=ePrt r'SrZp John Wylie of Lincoln, was a visi'l.r  ...... ,I, ............ bert Roos, dughte , Constance attor- fr :  !1! tr here Monday. in thee m --'-'s j FALL FROM FREIGHT 3udith md sen Mel Mr. and Mrs. told OfY - " mrs. mau Ogl sel out the ltepulmcan rt,  Rawley Walker, sons, Ralph and ceived nenng_r two ehee, tm oonn uglesny in A Under a culvert resting--- Michigan, Indian and inois. The with. him  afternoon program was furnished by A visit to the drug store a male qtmrtet from Micldgan. was nin in good slmp Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Van Hook were fatalities at and equity in the White House. John left I When attempting to board a freight a supply of Public Sale notices wltnltrain in the Iineds Central yards The Times end they can be had bYber e on Tuesday g, William calling here..f__ t Pfeifer, a trarmient from  Peoria, ]ipped just as he resc for the Many Local People IsleD of the car, receiving a bad falL Attend Ansar Concert Qtlite a number from Me. Pulaski motored to Taylorvjlle on Sunday for George and daughter, Florenes, Mr. and Mrs. Louis bach and sons Clifford md ns, Mr. and Mrs. One shoulder was painfully njured nd his left knee was splR open. Dr. F. C. Van Hook gave him mearal attention and then had him removed to" St. Clara's ho)ital in Lincoln for care d treatment. BEAUMOUNT BAND IN I PROGRAM NEXT WEEK An unnsualiy large and appreci- ative crowd was present at the week- ly eonce of the Beaumount last nght. The follow=4[ eom:m't will he gi- ven next Wednesday night: March--The Imitator. March--alute to Washington. Overture--Elegnor. Male Little Cotton Dolly, and Singin' Along. Little G-mm Band. March---Heroes of Luzer, Fred Awe of Chestnut, Mrs. Fannie E of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Roos, son Cries, and aaughters, Mary, and Luile Leimlmeh' of Bea- son. Guests of the family present were: Mr& Henry Riehner of Chest- nut; Walter Riddle and Martin Reich of Decatur, and ard Ruwe of Beason. LOCAL MANAGER ENTERS PRESIDENT'S CUP CAMPAIGN Cup campa in h all urn entered. Priz will be awarded manager according to the increase in their sales, Sunday School Children Had Picnic Friday Persons planning a motor trip to I Waltz--Par another state or into Canada, and who I M to Victory. Members of the Beginners, First, want information as to the motor  ] March--Natiomd Em. Second and Third Primary of the state or states in which they Star Simngled Banser. School classses of the Chri will travel, will be able to obtain su church were given an outing on FH- information by asking any automobile I MRS. MILLNER'S ESTATE day af at the home of Mrs. investigator or state highway polfl FILED FOR PROBATE Frank Hutchinson, in the south part man. To help Illinois motorists tvoid] of the city tixmble, Secretary of State William I Petition to probate the estate of The little folks to the number of J. Stratton has lied a booklet I Mrs. Ellen Millner, was filed in pro- sixty were chaperoned by Mrs. Hutch- which gives the basic requirements I bate court Tueslay, Mrs. M]llne 1 Pon, Mrs. Dan Bord, Mrs. for travel outside of this state. The $13,500 in real estate and legal heirs Fayettt Ross and Mrs. Charles Hans. booklets have been distributed to all include her husband, William Mfllm, low. Outdoor games of various kinds state automobile investigators and six sons and one daughter. George were indulged in during the aft- highway polie. Rupp is named administrat of the noon but the most interesting and cstate, the picnic to the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lane of De- the 1930, one for $600 and the ot 00, and declared that Mrs. Og had been asked to sign no paper. FUNERAL MONDAY FOR WlLHAM The funeral of Alf the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse h, living seven miles west of i Pulaski, who died at 11:45 p. urday, July 9 at the age of 3 mo and 8 days, was held at 2:30 o'e Monday arleen, July II at Stem bergen tery. Services were conducted at the grove and Jhn H. Clerdenen a few words. Tommy and evelyn coo acted as flower girls. Lincoln Garage Has ,000 Night Fire Fire damaged the Rhads-Pember. ton garage at Lincoln, Sunday night to the extent of $4,000. The fire was discovered about night and originated in the aceeor. ies department which is also used fo storage. The flames quickly spread t$ the roof on the underside for q a dis. Three lines of hose we used by the firemen in fighting the mes from the inside rf and th the windows, Automobiles were steered from budlding by volunteers. The estim ted loss is on the building to  ex. tent of between $00 and $1,000 on accessories for the balance. D. E. Rhoads and I. G. Pem are ative membe in the ga while the building is o by ward Crney of