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Mt. Pulaski qh_&apos;mes News XXX MT. PULASKI, LOGAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS, SEPTEMBER 1, 1932 NUMBER 5 Ill I I __ galore. a fine thing they are. in this day and age spend but little time in once a year serve as a e family pride and history. leng folks growing up find how large their relation- more important than that-- are. folks enjoy them be- gives them a chance to swap stories. ladies admire the new during the past year. proudly exhib- father unconcern- horseshoes er plays a ball of love and affection and tighter at of this kind. are just folks on these oc- of is the most important alL course, the groaning with the best in cull- that always made us how some fclks could on one plate. folks that have the hear- are generally from town. treat for them and they of it. some folks have two lates. home use, and the .other it's a good idea. Military Band of Lincoln t" a concert in the city park Pulaski next Wednesday at 8 o'clock. is one of the bands that has survived trend, and it today ranks really good bands in numbers 25 members, the direction of A. W. the concert is bein complimentary one for whO* ss a veteran the band and a basso art- will be a real treat of this community, crowd should be on hart01 organization. Reunion Stoll Family Ill--The fourth annual of te d of was held Thursday at the home of Mr. and Goat Winners At State Fair Mrs. Mitchell and W. E. Birks Again Win Many Honors One of the interestinjz and out- tanmn events in the exhibit nf livestock at the Illinois State Fair in pringfield last week was the large number of milk goats exhibited by membel"s of the Milk Goat Breeders' Association. Exhibitors from Mr. Pulaski were Mrs. W. B Mitchell and W. E. Birks, who exhibited in the Saanen show. Mrs. Mitchell reports the following .winnings on eight entries from her Saanen goats : Does, 3 years old and over. third and fifth. Does. 1 year old and under 2. third. Doe kids, under 6 months, first and fifth. Get of Sire, second. Produce of Doe, second and fourth. On Herd, third. Grade doe kid under 6 months old. first. On his entries of Saanen goats, xy. E. Birks received 11 ribbons on .lx goats, and two grand champions, Fcllowinr were Mr. Birks' award: Doe, 3 years old and over, second. Doe. 2 years old and under 3, first. Doe, 1 year old, and under 3, first. De, under 6 months, fourth. Champion Senior Doe. Champion Junior Doe. ,mIher Logan County Exhibitor. Charles F. Johnson. of Lincoln, exhibited 20 Nubian goats, and can- tured 8 firsts, 6 seconds and 3 third% one fourth and one fifth. He had the junior and senior champion Nu- hian doe, making it his seventh con- secutive year. Buckles.Scroggin Reunion Sunday The annual Buckles-Scroggin fatal [v reunion was held Sunday, Augus th, at the Lincoln ;nautauqua Tounds, with 125 descendants of the neer Buckles and Scroggin fami- ies in attendance, including several from other states. A delicious basket dinner at noon was served in the ssembly dining hall,,and at a bdsine meeting of the association, W. C. Handlin was re-elected president- The Mt, Pu- laski Chri tian church orchestra gve several numbers, and readin were given by Mrs. A- A. Smith, and a vocal duet was rendered by Mrs. John Baker and Mrs. W. C. iandtm. The program closed with a Home Coming Song- Judge L. B. Stringer of LincolR ouLlir:ed the early hi,dry of he families, who were among the first .ettlers of Mt. Pulaski and Lake Fork vicinities. The Buckles and Birks were the first families to set- tie in the Lake Fork country in 1822 and the Scroggin family settled in that vicinity in 1827. Those attending the reunion were as follows: LincolnMr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith and son, Mr. and Mrs- Law- rence B. Stringer, Mr. and Mrs. John Baker and children, Merritt and Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. W; C. Ha ndlin and children, Danny ann tary ou, Betty Jane I.. er,.Mr. nd M_rs. S. A. Warrick, wilmxl A. w.arraeg, r. and Mrs. Glen Foster, Mrs- . L Adams. Havana--Mr. and Mrs. William G. Whittle. Chicago  Mrs. l-ma Drnbisch, Mitchell daughter Kathleen, sons and Edison, DelandMr. and Mrs. Wayne Wisegarver and daughters Betty Lou, Norma June, Irma Lee, Jessie StoIL west of Chest-Mac. - ..... i and sugper were erv- "Lake ForkMl .'lo l.analn, 1 an enjoyable day via- C. F. Handlin, Mrs. ,w, tyrle tanann ' land daughter Doris LVernc, Lowil- icpating in the reunion Ilia Hnndlim Mr Fred W. Stoll and J Dawson--Mrs. M..Je Handlin and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob I,lohn Spurgeon H anm... .. and M. George J. Stoll [ Peru, Illinois---Mr. ann rs. tar- FAsie, and sons Harold !ry Rothwell and fm.il. .... and :Mr. and Mrs. LoI Mt. Pulax ana vmmymr. daughter Lenor Mr. Mrs. W. E. Birks, Mrs. B. H. Keck, Mrs. Robert S. Keck and children, Betty Corrine and Robert Kendall, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Veail, Mr. and Schaffenacker, Mr. Von Thus and Elaine, Mr- and Rentschler, daughter on John, Mr. and Mrs. sons George, Gerald Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. Elmer Schaf- and Mrm Henry Dier- Alvin, Marie. Dora- and Ieeenet Lakin. .hirley Mac. and y; Mr. and Sehaffenacker. sons Mrs. Shelby E. Curtis and family, Mrs. Ferne Cook and daughter MD.s Elsie, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Copeland, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buckles, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buckles, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buckles, daughters Viv- ian and Mary Alice, Mr. and Mrs, Buckles and daughter Marilyn Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Buckles, Clarence Cecil, and danghter Dmagene, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar W. Mayer and daughter Elizabeth, Mr. and Mrs- T. A. Gupton and son, Mrs, AT. AT VAN HOOK HOME Jonathan Davis of Mr. and Mrs. and daughter and daughr Harriet Mrs. C. M. Merriman ski viemity; and I Dickey, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Rentsehler of Fort RofhwelL Jackie Rothwell, Mr. and Crence Rothwell and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. John M. Rothweli, Grace, Pauline and Mary Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Scrog- sons Mr. nd Oran  Mr. and Mrs: Elmer AHspac,h, sons Edward Leigh and John, B. A. Tyler, Miss Agnes Oscar Dickey. Officers elected for 1938 were as onows: Win. C, ttanin, Line ol.n,] Mrs, Rena Drobih, urn-t viee..president; Miss *.k] ML Pulaski, secretary; Mrs. I short v:sit with S. Keck, ML Pulaski, treas-] C- Van Hook and tlrcr. TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL OPENED TODAY ] i FARM BUREAU PICNIC MONDAY Schools Opened Agm Today Splendid Enrollment and Capable Teachers Start Year's Work The school bell didn't ring this Thursday morning in Mt. Pulaski, but school started just the same at the Township High School and at the Grade School The Township High School had ap- proximately 150 students enrollc, of which 40 were Freshies. With a splendid corps of teachers Big Farm Bureau and Live Stock Show at Lincoln Labor Day Yes, it wiI1  a real Famev' P;*::- -ie $ Livestock a the Lincoln elude the following: Lloyd L. Hargis, Principal, His- tory, Economics. D.L. Barr, Physics, Chemistry, General Science. E. H. Beaver, Manual Arts. Helena Luther, Mathematics. George S. Derringer, History, Phy- sical Education. Florence Craig, Home Economics, Biology. t/den Moore, English, Dramatics. Helen Tendick, English, French, Latin, Music. Thelma bert, Commercial Sub- jects. Wilbur Ros, Band and Orchestra. Summer Activi;ies of Teachers. Of more than ordinary interest are the aetivitiesflhat some of he above mentioned teachers have been undergoing during the vacation per- icd. We believe our readers will be interested in just what they were: Mr. I)ertinger spent the summer miurfi list of prizes. This will the biggest Junior Show ever in the county- Four teams of Farm Bureau mem- bers or sons of members will er, rn- pete in the Kitten Ball e;ntest. The first eliminazion contest strarts at 10:30 a. m., with Carl Oppermmrs team of Mr. Pulaski playing the East Lincoln crew captained hy The- ron Zeter. Horseshoe Pitching. and Junior Sports and Contests will be oi} the program. Members of the Executive Com- mittee of the Farm Bureau, Town- ship representatives and directors cf subsidiary organizations, such as the Oil Company, C6unty Shipping Association, Cream Asociation, e',c., are expected to nl their picnic lunch in the Woman's Building, and will have as their guests the players in the Emden and Hartsburg Bands, Ample refreshments served on the grounds. Ice Cream, Pop, Candy, Melons, etc. Come early[ Bring your lunch, and stay for the entire day of enter- tsinment sports and contests. Mrs. Wallace Cowan Died at Home of Parents Mrs. Leah Frances Cowan, wife of Wallace Cowan, residing on the old Muldoon farm five miles south of ML Pulaski, passed away at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon, August 29, 1932, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kerhner, m Elkhart township, about six miles west of Mr. Pulaski, at the age o z years, 1 month and 6 days. Mrs. Cowan They're Funn: Ya' Gotta S, cinity, it being a strange coincidence that the funeral of his ....  held at the same hour Monday after- noon that his wife passed away, Mrs. Cowan was a member of the Lake Fork Christian church, where funeral services were ne, , na, .i fternoon, September Ist, conducted by Ray. J. Wayne Staley, psCor of the Mt. Pulaski Christian, church. ermen. was made in the Mt. Pu- 1 [on the Itudson in New York, in New I York University summer school. ' - I 3!is Moore and Mr. Barr attend- , * r-rl_ _._  l d ;rnmer school at the University " OI illinois. . I nan runny I Miss Tendick studied music a "" But "a ' Gotta See 'Em [ Y .... " -- [durMi r' D:hr:inger and Mr. Barr have, 1-1ahn Parody 1Big Crowd Witns Antlesl .. g. umer, completed most r n i Mu . [oar their work lor Master's Degree rmloy lxeumon  of scle Bound Busl A " ---- " I detailed report of the openmg ness Men Last Night :,f the Grade School this morning b he]d:elative, who had an enjoyable time land a fine visit together. A business a,.eeag was held, and officers were !ecttd for the comirg year, as fol- low: President--August Itahn, Mt. Pu- { taki, re-e!eeted. Vic,  President--William S. Hahn, Mt. Pulaski. re-elected. etary--M rs. Henry Dierker, 7hestnut, re-el Treasurmtiss Emma Schahl, Mt. Pulaski. Those atendin the reunion were a follows: Linc=lnMrs. Mary Dierker, Midg- es Marie and Pearl Dierker, Hr. and Mrs. thrman Dierker, Jr., and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. August Dierker, Idr. and Mrs. Virment Dierker, Mr. and Mrs. George Dierker, Mr. and krs. Walter Sehroeder and family, 14r. and Mrs. Louis Lauer. Chestnut.--Mr. and Mrs. Henry ITerker and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Dittus and family, Mr. and Mrs- Willlxm Opperman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dittus and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Awe, Mr. and Mr Elmer Sehaffenaeker. Awe and family. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gluick and family. Warrensburg--Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur Lawrence and family. Bloomingon--Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Gielow. Louise John her pro'ants. Leah Frances Kerschner was born Leggett. The oldest member present was in Elkhart to wns, Logan eoun:Y2 M,'s. Mary Hahn Dierker, of Lin- Ilhnom, JUly , lmm. n the year" - " " . ...... ,, ._ r, ..... . com, and the youngest was Wilford 1925 she mameo." *wO.,n. "-'" " Wayne Schroeder, son of Mr and Lake Fork vicdny. ne s surwveq., ,,, .......... " . ....... .. , zrs waller e.cnroeoer. O! taneol by her husmmo, ano two emmr, n. "/,-s d o'd-- "o hold th .... - - " -wn "" "' '  =a e.: ea t e ivtr re- nald Wayne ann ta  tee tow Do ..... a-d "" . S"union the third Sunday in August at an; nor parents, r..In_  #onn i Hackberry Lodge on Salt creek, foqr ierscnner; two orotners, .larence ., -_- - - --  -" ;; - of Cornland an" . - t mlles norxnwes ox zat. I'uJasKI. lerscner, , Q donn [ ____ Kerschner, Jr., at home; and one sis- I r. . -Vm tar,-- tory'" Flo-dy McManus, Of Alan, t--'--   " " ...................  ILlinois. t The husband had been called t.- | The Giants-Cubs game was tailed qringfteld, Missouri, on aee.nt of Tuesday evemng on account of the death of his mother, Mrs. Waltzer darkness the first 6f the seventh. Cowan" formerly of Me. Pulaski vi- The Cubs had the Giants licked up anti1 darkness made it impossible row tonight, t The beaus and belles of 1890 will open your eyes and make you close 'era too. From the appearance of the fir.t couyle, John W. Rupp as Daisy, with his well modulated form in an enlarged form, and his fast stepping companion, Rev. Harry M. Blout, you then see William Beekers flirted enthusiastically abmtt the stage by. D. L. Barr, and William seems to enjoy it. And talk about Curtis with his attentions have seen John Her- know where he got but was he ? ? ? ?plenty; & Curtis looked like a big time vaudeville team; and Celluloid Collar Benny McCarthy looked like he had pped out of a pirate story book and had swiped a Merry Wid- ow in the person of Artie Woodrum; and we thought all the time that Harry Wells was built more on the plan of not so high up but pleater far around, but he sure had a girl- (Continued on page 5) MT. PULASKI GAP BEING PAVED THIS WEEK The Hoffman Construction Com- pany of Lincoln began layin the slab n the Me. Pulaeki gap on ing that part the middle of the week, and are now working on the south end, expecting to have the slab completed this week. The corcrete work for the ides under the subwty has not been started. ATTENDED CONCLAVE AT DANVILLE SUNDAY o field the ball, and they scored 9 runs to lead 11 to 7. The game will held in Danville last Saturday, Sun. be played over.  and Monday the ecasin being 76th annual conclave of the The Reds and Cubs mixed Thurs-, Grand  ......... . mmanoe , lllinoi ta night, the latter winning 4 o 0. t Templar. Those .75i onight the Reds and Phillies get l clave Sunday from'M'ask i tangled up, weather pertmttin__g. [mandery No. 39 t Knights Te The All-Stars defeated Lroywere Ward Harper, Fpank E. q Monday night 10 to 8, ulder the Ev,Rowell, Keith cdlffhts there, in a hard fought ':ver. . nrooser, dwin Fel Dr. C. * " " will be given in next week's sue. Addleman's Garden Is Given Newspaper Note their fine vegetable garden. Mr. Ad- dleman, a ntive of Mt, Pulaski, has been living in Springfield for a num- ber of years, where he is in the ernment service, being CLIectorg Internal Revenue of the 8th Illinois District with his unusual large o a cou.nle of hours working garden. like to work in the garden." he said, "' " " for the exereme and the ftm of raising excellent vegetabl." "Addleman specializes tn the rais- ing of Lincoln and Oxheart toma- toes. basket contained five tamto, but the combined of the to* matoes was five and Addlemsn follows an chain system. When one crop is harvest- ed he plants something to take its place and keeps every available bit of ground work4ng." i)AUGHTER BORN TO REV. AND MRS. J. G. STARK At the Decatur and Macon County hospital, Decatur, on August 21st, daughter was born to Rev. and Mrs. Je G. Stark, of Latham. The baby has been named Barbara Ella Stark. Roy. Stark is pastor of the. Latham Baptist church. HEAV" RAIN BROUGHT COOLER TEMPERATURE Did it rain Wednesday afternoon? Ask the fellow who had just bought a new ear and didn't want his.wife come after him. Or the fellow who was walking around barefooted on the square. Or any of us who ot soaked. It was one of the hard- est rains we ever took part In. And then we had to build a fire in the cool< stove this morning to get thawed out. Yes, it's a very de- lightful climate. 2e members of the Two-ln-One Club met Tuesday evening with Mr. Mr. ,and Mrs. Jlie HeIler and Charles, of Chicago, son arrived Thurs- day morning to visit unl Monday v, ith his parents, Mr ana Mrs. Aug- t F. Heiier.