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Mt. Pulaski Times News XXX MT. PULASKI, LOGAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, DEC. 15, 1932 NUMBER 20 FLECTiONSo By The Editor i still wondering what y u for Christmas? so are we. makes us even again. after Christmas if we of the things we would like we won't be even. should appreciate now more just what a difficult job try and balance a budget. if it is the national of us can't budget our own and outg ] we expect the President and] s to balance ours and some I others. n-'-v have granted us wish we m y ite Christmas. J would be something. could at least have the setting even though we did not necessary "eggs" in our to bring forth a nice brood of for pa, ma and the kids. Community Christmas tree on eve is a worthy effort be attended by every one possibly be there. can't sing, perhaps they you yodel. sounds fine on a cold you are far enough yeler. regardless of this or that-- all the Christmas spirit you tim year.  gft to build s fmr the coming year--BUY. awl keep that H D D0mg Scenes In Hollywood Former Local Man Is Mak- ing Name For Himself In Hollywood Herbert D. Ryman, a former Mt. Pulaski Township High School stu- dent, a son of Mrs. Cora B. Ryman, who moved from Mt. Pulaski to De- catur a few years ago, has been ap- pointed scenic designer for a motion picture company in Hollywood. The young man is well known to Mt. Pu- laski people, who will read with much interest about the progress he is making. The Decatur Sunday Herald and Review had the following to say about him last Sunday: Hollywood, world movie capital, has laid claim to the talents of an- other Decatur individual. Herbert D. Ryman, son of Mrs. Cora B. Ry- man, who last June was graduated by the Chicago Art Institute, has been appointed scenic designer for Metro. Works produced by the young artist will be seen in Decatur movie houses in forthcoming productions. Settings of his design will be seen in "rhe White Sister," starring Hel- en Hayes, and "Turn About," in which Joan Crawford has the lead- ing role. Following his graduation from the Chicago:.Art Institute last June, Mr. Ryman joined his sister, Miss Lucille Ryman, who had been study- ing drama in the Pasadena Com- munity Playhouse. Taking a six weeks' course at the Playhouse, he designed scenery for a number of its roductions. There he met Cedric ,. art director for Metro- Goldwyn-Mayer, and husband of Dolores del Rio. Mr. Gibbons professed interest in Mr. Ryman's work while he was et occupied with his work in the layhons Later in the summer Mr. Ryman of  alive in your _opened his own studio in the "Little Mexico" section of Los Angeles,  where he has continued his study of L_" ..m h ahl, to aesthetic painting and has practiced 9m y, ?,"-t.'.='. .,e commercial art. He produced fur- Dn nave lolst ut DleJ  , .......... mer scenery for the Pasadena thea- will be imrer uum ytm ter ' designed groups of puppets for ....... _ Aneles productions, and has .......... T ...... ....... |Rroduced some advertising designs. ]H[O lS [Deslgl which he did recently for , -__ _r  ..... t|Paena airport again brought his 1JeservlIlg ot OUlalauat|talen t to the attention of Mr. Gib- -- |bons, with the result that he was Christian Home Orphana?naiioffero ed2n executive oition in the Bluffs, Iowa, natm Y M t o rt department. for destitute children, in 188P It is now its fifty years of work Home is national in its scope cares for more than five hundred annually, who are received every state in the Union. The conducts its own school, hos- and a department .for dupe .mi- women, in additmn to s home. It has no means support except the voluntary of good people evervhere- closing of these first fifty of service, finds this great and In his new work Mr. Ryman is given responsibility for designing settings for productions. Producers' ideas come to him in the form of L]ueprints, indicating general loca- tions of scenic pieces desired. From these Mr. Ryman sketches each scene as it is to appear in the pro- duction, and from his sketches com- aany architects construct the scenery. Recent letters to his mother, and sister, Mr Bruce Pensinger, de- cribe his work and surroundings with enthusiasm. One of his most recent enterprises has been designing scenes for a new 'rarzan" picture work making the severes of its long life for exist-'alve-D " to the heavy load the long- [ z y rug mre de ression has laid upon I Rob p .. bed Saturda Night friends r "uehnmamtv e ]i- Wil'I l ' Y unless speedily to its , " t ..... -" -'- valuable ser-I The Alvey Drug store, corner of eCl 1;0 curtt u W ? ...... [Broad ay and Chicago sreets, in 0 mantno ..... -" .... + .... a-| Lincoln, was held up by two armed mome m magmg , .... - r Ib,,it at ll-a5 o'cl,b Saturday for contributions for Chmsmas, ! .'?'  " "_... - . _ ." ....  __,_ ..:_ ,._ oo.dousnlgn as oy WHSon ano rmln T ...... ,--* -h,ng Meyer, clerks, were clos ng for th XIO  a conflllOn na t ........ . " . - ...... ive -ood - mght. The bandits escaped wth I.l leet O iItiTones gshelteV cash and checks amounting to about Home, or the hundreds who for help durinr the winter for the actual neces- life. send whatever you are able to the Christian Home Or- Council Bluffs, Iowa, and same will be duly acknowledged credited in the official publi of Institution, a copy oz sent to you. Parasite Control Meting Wed. Dec. 21 Frk Thorv will be at the Bureau btce next Wednesday December 21st at 1:30 o'- to-. conduct another Horse Pars- Meeting. The object of is to demonstrate the reatment of Illinois farms the of December and for the removal of bots the stomach and intestines, the effect of same and maintenance treated animals combined with y measures in the supression, and elimination of the botfly (principally throat fly)" during summer months. interested farmers and also county veterinarians are earnest- to be present at this next Wednesday afternoon. E. Beidler visited in Wednesday and Thursday daughter, Mr W. E. Fry. and Woodson Simpson, south of the city with and Mrs B' i MrseY. guests of Mr. Hahn and son Jerry., Mrs. formerly Miss Vivian Pudask one hundred dollars. The clerks were at the front door ready to lock up when two young men came up behind them, and with pistols forced them to the rear of the store. One guarded Meyer while the other forced Wilson to open the safe The bandits made a clean getaway in an automobile. Sheriff Win. A Moore and Night Police Pete Mops were notified of the robbery. Homecoming Plans Progressing Nicely i Now "Phantom'" Cop Mike Gibbons, St. Paul, tormer great middleweight known as the "PhantOm of the Ring"... is now trying to interpret his elusive cleverness to St. Paul policemen, as physical director of the' depart- meal Glee Clubs In. 1 Ckiristmas Smg The.$oys' and Girls' Glee Clubs of  Mt. Pulaski Township High School  will present a Christmas progr Wednesday evening, De- cem21st, in the gymnasium. embers of the Glee Clubs wish do their share in keeping alive  melody the tradition of Christmas. The purpose of the pro- gram .]$ not to present an elaborate or poed performance/ but to give a prm which is symbolical of the st of Christmas. The pro- gram $ as follows: Act One. Pror.siona], "Adeste Fidelis," by Glee b "Noqell," Mixed Quartette. Solo, i'Lost Chord," Hazel Abe]. Readimg, "'Lost Melody," Hazel Abel. "Ni Bel!s," Girls' Glee Clttb. "Nfall; Girls' Trio. So'Star of the Eve," Marie Be Rea, "Star of the East," Jack Commun!ty Tree I StahL violin .uet, Lois Kol00 and Wilma Ch rlstmas van. "We Three Kings of the Orient [Are," Beys' Trio. The pre-holiday season will be[ "Oh ittle Town of Bethlehem," closed Saturday evening, December ,Glee Ctfibs. 24th, when the residents of Mt. Pu- Pulaski and vicinity gather around the CommUnity Christmas Tree on the public square. Christmas carols will be sung, and Santa Claus himself will be present, and he has told the Times-News to tell all the kiddiew to be present for he has a nice big sack of candy f@r each one of them. The party starts at 7 o'clock, and everyone is invited and urged to be present. All singers are especially urged to join in the singine of the carols. The Community Christmas Tree party this year is being by the Mt. Pulaski Reading, Georgiabelle Rothwell. Act Two. 'Hark the Herald Angels Sing," Girls' Double Quartette. Readt aS, Elizabeth Lenhardt. Readiag, Lucy Jane Ellis. Rag, Florence Van Hook. "All rnroug!h the Night," and "Cradle Song/" Girls Qua,,.rte. D, "Cantique de Noel,' Kather- irGeyer and .Marie Bertoni. -Sol0, UBirthday of a King," Page Waddell, Jr. Act Three. Cornet Solo, Alvin Hahm on Midnight Clear," Girls' the World,  Noel For many years the has been the sponsor, but a Song in the Air," the Woman's Club organization, with t Abel and Kathez4ne Geyer. Mrs. W. G. Kautz as president,[ , Mary June Barne agreed to sponsor it. | 'G]oryf To GBo'ut?irls' Sextet. S01e," . . ,, EUGENE CLARENCE PFEIFEIg DIED IN HOPITAL DEC. 10TH. 0. " Ni ht" Gl Clubs. - I mmt g t ee l ugeae Clarence Pfiefer, Jr., theJ. inal" 'Oh Come All Ye phi ' son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. rmnzm. fur, St., residing on the Lang The members of the Glee Clubs Sisters farm about nine miles south- east of Mr. Pulaski, Illinois, passed away at SL Clara's hospital in Lin- coln at 8"=25oo'clok SatulaF m- ins, December 10, 1932, aged 6 years. The little boy was taken sick with pneumonia and was rushed to the hospital in the hopes that his life could be saed. He is survived by his parents, and two sisters, Elizabeth Irene, 4. an Mary Louise, 3. Funeral services were held at St. "ffnomas Aquinas Catholic church in Mt. Pulaski at 10 o'clock Monday morning, December 12th. conducted by the pastor, Rev. IL C. Lane, of Elkhart. Interment was made in St. Mary's cemetery near Lincoln. The pall bearers were Irwin Bode, William Schwoerer, Henry Reinhardt and Raymond Schlachter. FORMER MT. PULASKIAN RUSHES TO FIRE DEPT. cordially invite the public to attend t prram next Wednesda even- ins, Demmber 21st, at 8 o clock. 193"3 VROLET ON DISPLAY HERE Leanard Werlich, who was born in Mt. Pulaski, and spent his boyhood "days in this city, has been a resident of Lincoln for a number of years. One night last week while motoring on Route 4 south of Lawndale, he discovered the rear floor of his ear ablaze, and he opened the throttle full force ahead and drove top speed to the Lincoln fire station. The blaze was quickly extinguished. The trouble was caused by a broken muffler. qELT LINE TO CIRCLE LINCOLN I At Springfield last SaturdaY, De- cember 10th, the state highway de- partment was authorized by the Illinois Commerce Commission to extend state bond issue Route 4 at grade across the single main track of the Clinton and Havana branch of the Illinois Central railroad at a point in the southwesterly 4ortion of the city of Lincoln, Logan county. The railroad also was directed to In Speakership Race Congressman Joseph W. Byrns of Tenn., is a candidate for Speaker of the House when Vice-president. elect Garner steps out on March 4, The contest promises to be between Byrns and Rainey of Ill., both Democratic leader. Musical Treat At Club Program The salesroom of the Unland Chevrolet agency in Mt. Pulaski will be the center of automobile interes 'on Saturday, December 17th, accord- Music lovers were given a treat at the regular monthly meeting of the Mt. Pulaski Woman's Club held in the American Leion rooms Fri- day afternoon, December 9th. when Miss Grace Grove, assisted by Mr. J. Spencer Green, members of the faculty of Illinois Wesleyan Univer- sity, Bloomington, gave a most in- teresting nrogram. Miss Grove gave a lecture on "The Evolution of the Word in Song," and told that in the beginning man sang his emotions in meaningless syllables before he was able to use words. Out of the choral dancers came the individual singers in folk songs. Miss Grove told of the origin of Christmas Carols and descriptive ballads. She al gave a clever demonstration of the difference be- tw the wordless song dear to the singer with a love of tone produc- tion and the modern poem telling of familiar things. Mr. Green, a gentleman with a charming .personality aml a rich baritone vote, sang several songs in illustration of the points brought Out in Miss Grove's talk. He also showed excellent training in vecal diction, of which Miss Grove spoke in *the beginning of her lecture. Mrs. Lorah Z. Lipp, of the De- artment of Music, was-responsible r obtaining this very excellent lyr0- I gram, which will be well remembered i by those fortunate enough to be I present, [ The January ,meeting of the Mt. Pulaski Womans Club will be in Icharge of Mrs, Paul E. Beidler, [chairman of the Department of Lit- leg to an announcement that has erature and Library Extension. just been made by Mr. C. W. Unland, Chevrolet dealer. Mr. Unland is FORMER RESIDENT DIED more enthusistic than ever about the IN ILLIOPOLIS LAST WEEK slendid line of cars. Chevrolet, the . . leader of the industry, is introducing] .. John Ward, a resident of Ilhopohs, for 1933, and feels confident that|ll./mom, tne p.as az years, mea at the public will share this enthusiasm l his home Ln that ple at 5:30 p; m, when they have seen this new line.[TuesuaY, l)ecemer t, zv; ages #x. According to Mr. Unland, the new! years, tie was vorn m umo, nut new when very young came with his par- Chevrolets present a distinctly body styling which .offers new features revolutionary m the low priced fiel& The cars are larger, with more powerful motors, and represent a substantial step forward in modern automobile safety engi- r.eering. Many of the Chevrolet dealers have already visited the General Motors Proving Ground at Milford, Mich., and have returned elated over the way the new cars perform on every kind of road and under every driving conditiom Mr. Uniand further states that the Chevrolet salesroom will present a particularly attractive setting for the new cars and believes that all records for attendance will be broken on announcement day. I MT. PULASKI YOUNG LADY WILL APPEAR IN PLAY . / Decatur, Ill., Dec. 14.Miss Vir- ginia Clear, a Freshman at the Samea Millikin University, has been chosen to play the part of "Laura Johns" in the play, "Thursday Evening," by Christopher Morely. The play is a one-act domestic comedy and will be presented sometime after Christmas. ents to Mr. Pulaski. When he grew to manhood he located in Illiopolis, and in the year 1882 was united in marriage with Meisie Higmite. His wife passed away in 1923. The de- cedent is survived by three sons t L J,, Ray and Wilmer Ward, all of I]]iopolis, and two daughters, Miss Maggie Ward, at home, and Mrs. Myrtle Perrigo, of MayWood, a Chi- cago suburb. Funeral services were held at the Christian church in llliopolis Thurs- day afternoon, December 8th, and interment was made in Mt. Auburn cemetery. CHAS. SCHMITT AGAIN HEADS F. B. At the organization meeting of the Logan County Farm Bureau held in Lincoln Monday, December 12th, Charles Schmitt of Beason was re-elected president. Other officers re-elected were as follows: Vice President, T. O. Niewotd, of Atlanta. Secretary, John Crane, Lincoln, Treasurer, C. S. Oglevee, Lincoln. The Farm Bureau's constitution was amended at the recent annual Victim Of Local Cagers Large Crowd of Loyal Fans Enjoy Locals Victory " "A city set on a hill cannot be hid," is a truth that Mt. Pulaski Township High School cagers forci- bly demonstrated to Springfield High last Friday night, December 9th, when they won a 28 to 20 de- cision at the State Arsenal before a 2,500 crowd of fans. Playing a steady, consistent brand of basketball that was at no time sensational or "over their heads/" the Mt. Pulaski cagers went about their task of avenging their defeat of last year, and in the sectional of the previous year, in a cool manner that left no doubt in the minds of their 500 loyal followers as to the outcome. The bugaboo of competing against a boasted Peterman team and ad- vance dope that Springfield had 20 men, all of first string calibre, ready for the fray, passed off the locaca] squad like peas rolling off a knife. Contrary to conflicting reports that Athens was to ,lay the first game, Mt. Pulaski received first call, and furnished the fans the rea game of the evening. .. . Springfield started win is irst strinsr squad and kept them prac- tically intact throughout the game, although substitutions were made for brief periods. ML Pulaski led all the way thru,. and in only one .Duarter were they in any danger. Finishing the first half with a 16 to 9 scpre in their favor, they failed to maintain that wide margin in the third quarter, which ended 19 to 17, their favor. But the fourth quarter was a difo ferent picture entirely. The boys got going again and scored 9 points to their opponents 3. Near the close of the fourth period when the locals had a comfortable lead, Coach Dertinger's coached team gave a beautiful exhibition of retaining possession of the ball just within the "penalty line.  The w the boys handled the bail and eluded all efforts to get possession of the -ball would have done justice to a group of ballet dancers. Good of Springfield lived u? to his name, for he was just as good as his name. Scheffler is a dangerous center, and Martin, though small, is fast and elusive. (Continued on page 7) . MOUNT JOY CORN SAMPLE RATES HIGH Oscar Mountjoy, who lives vicinity of Atlanta, and is one Logan county's best known gressive farmers, had s sa le corn which won first in the Region Four Special "A" yellow corn class in the Hay and Grain Show, held in onnection with the recent Interna- tional Live Stock Exposition in Chi- cago. This corn sample was also named champion of the Special "A" exhibit from all regions. H. L. Steigelmeyer, of Normal, one of the corn show officials, said re,arding Mr. Mountjoy's sample: 'The sample of special "A" yellow dent corn or utility on which : Mountjoy, of Atlanta, Illinois, first, in region four, was a sample of corn and well the championship of the class. It was gven the Homecoming committees for the install flashlight signals at this fit is under student direction. Miss meeting to provide for a board of as near to the tip as possible" ' first event of this nature to be stag- crossing for protection. Clear is the daughter of Mr. and directors of one representative from kernels as found on other p ed by the local Township High The state highway department, Mrs. Gene C. Clear, Mr. Pulaski. each of the county's seventeen town- the ear." School enthusiasts are busy making the commission found, is engaged ........... ships, and the officers to be elected Paul Wessbecher, living five miles in locating and constructing Route I.ASTERN .TAR I.|.T.CTW.11 by that group. At Monday's session east of Mt. Pulaski, was eigtth in reparations "for this gala event on ....................... Friday, December 30th. Peoria Man- 4 m the vzcmty of Lincoln. The u,.''rr.o ,,,r''v,a ",t,n only one director was absent, the yellow or greenish soybean class, ual will furnish the opposition for commission also stated that the I " The standing committees were ap- and Caroline Mountjoy of Atlanta the local cagers. This part of the highway department "'proposes to pointed as follows: program will be followed by one construct a certain ortion of said Mt. Pulaski chapter of the Order i Finance--Charles Schmitt, Floyd was seventh in the Junior show. Route 4 as a belt line around the of Eastern Star held their regular Wendell, C. S. Oglevee. ODD FELLOWS HELD of a social nature. It's to be a big city of Lincoln in order to expedite tmeeting Monday night, December I Livestock MarketingFloyd Wen- night. Get ready for it. the movement of through traffic on il2th, at which time they gave a dell, Edward W. Rentmeister, John ELECTION OF OFFICER said route in that vicinity, and that ipot!uck supper, with members of Heiden, Charles F. Miller. I University High Cagers for such purpose it is necessary thatther, famihes as guests.. During. Tax and Legislation---John G. Of- The Odd Fellows lodge of Here Next Tuesday a new crossing be formed and that, the business meeting, the annua! lesby, T. O. Niewold, Floyd Wendell, laski held their semi-annual due to its small number of trains lelection of officers was held, result- Wesley Scroggin. of officers on Tuesday operating on said branch line, the i ins as follows: Gra|n Marketing--Chas. Schmitt, bur 6th, the University High of Bloomington crossing, be made at grade."  Worthy Matron--Mrs Robert S. Michael Danaher, O. A. Newby. I Noble Grand--Arthur comes here next Tuesday night to Traffic on Route 4 is very heavy, !Keck. - " Insurance--C. S. Ogtevee, Burch Vice Grand--Elmer Mint. combat the. Mt. Pulaski High School the route directly linkin  Chicago i Worthy Patron--Fred W. Reinders. Lee, J. B. Houghton and Charles i Financial Secretary -- James basket ball teaw. It will be an op- and St. Louis, via Springfield. Only. Associate PatronKeith Rothwe]l. Schmitt.  Shrader. portunity to get a comparison on how about four trains per day oerate Associate Matron---Mrs. Forest C. Produce Marketing--Wm. Krause, the locals rate with Lincoln. Lincoln over this branch hne. ivan Hook. John Crane, T. O. Niewold, Thomas ]oubled the score on Trinity High  gecr, rt M WUf,- --,uin. Hanahan. Harvey F. nd .Urn ersR.y. &d the same: That FIRE IN CONREY HOME i TreasurerMrs. Tom Duff. , Membership--Michael Danaher, O. JGordon, Ben Potter, Henry  Crru noum make them evemy matcneu.  Kenneth . Conrey, former coach i Conductress--Mrs. Kenneth Weller. i Newby, John Crane, John Heiden, {bur and Oswald Brooker, .......  ..... i at the Mt. Pulaski Township High [ Associate Conductress--Mrs. Ge Charles F. Miller. odge Deput2 - -El  .r Mint. utt u ,at.t lmr School, but who has been residing in tUnderhilL Public Remtion  Win. Kause, e a )pointi e off crs , ML Pulaski Commandery No. 39, i Springfield the ast few years, sus- ] Trustees--George J. Smith, Miss John G. Oglesby, Thomas Han.an. n mend on the r gh; .f Knights Templar, will attend Christ-ltained an estimated loss of $1J)00 in!Anna Schafer, Mrs. Ira Veail. 4-H " Club--B.urcl ..lee, .. ulmoru in January. mas Services at the Mr. Pulaski la fire Saturday in a duplex apart- I  Aug nenlmpgn, "1: o. lmwom anau. " Christian church on Sunday, Decem-lment at 1123 Walnut street in which Ladies' Aid of Zion Lutheran . uglevee.  Mrs. Forest ber 25th, at 10:30 a. m. All Knights Mr. Conrey and family lived. The e'ureh will meet at the home of Mrs ^  - ' fTemplar meet at Masonic Hall at. 101 blaze started in a rubbish box in the .... 7.""  ....... " . Mrs. tnmar . wagrer has neen i a., in  Templar uniform. . !basement,  causal a total loss of uarl vltts on inursoay, tTee. z. sick for several says a net home on , W. l arper, Lmmalero l approximately z,no. t Members are urged to come early. Belmont street. l ,"It was the opinion of some of the judges that the Illinois Utility type f:corn was getting a little tee .smOoth and had kernels that were  ,too short, and tips of .too nointed. This was true "with three. It was said that the ri; with a kernel medium deep and large germ, ears m