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'\\; PAGE EIGHT RESUME.. (Continued from page I) 2---James W. Everly, 87, died at lis home mx miles east of city. 2--Marita Sargeant. 26, died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Williaz Sargeant. 4mLucille Lamar and Alonzo Wiebking married in Lincoln. 6---Mrs. Amanda Ann Lee. 77. mother of Night Policeman Ora Lee, died in Booneville. Indiana. .7--Mrs. Ida Bedn 50. sister of Rtaldo Bertoni, died in High- wood, Chicago suburb. 8---Mrs. Christine Darmer Bodt- ke, 80, horn in MqLunt Pulaski. died at her home in Peoria. 9-Robert Bauer. 64, brother of Mrs. Gus Drobisch. died at his home in Columbus, Ohio. 10 Mrs. Melissa Catherine Shrake, 80. of Lake Fork. died in Deaconess hospital, Lincoln. 13--Uncle Johmy Mier was 99 years old. Mount Pulaski's last Civil War veteran. 15--Lindsey Zollars. 96. Lin- coln's last Civil War veteran, died in his home. 16 Mount Pulaski defeated Fletshans, Springfield, 32 to 30. 16---John Moyer, 63. formerly of this vicinity, crushed to death in lumber yard in Dawson. 20---Fred Kilhoffer. who lived nine miles southwest of city, died from burns following destruction of hi home by fire. 22Mrs. George McAfee. for- merly Flora Gay of Mount Pulas- ki, 'died in Cincinnati. Ohio. 26--Mrs. Alice Buckles, 84. wi- dow of Derias Buckles. foi*merly of Mount Pulaski vicinity, died at her home in Niantic. 27--MRS. Olive M. Ayers, 70, died at heP home soutt of city. 28Mount Pulaski defeated At- lazlta 24 to 18 in first regional basketball game played in Lincoln. i" LATHAM Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seefeldt and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kiick and ughter Jean, spent Christmas y at the home of S. D. Jarvis in Decatur. 2J[r. and Ms. Chas. Bosler re- turned home Tuesday after a month's  to Califm'nia. Mr, and Mxs. L. O. Games en- tertained Mr. and MrS. Carl Mil- ler and his mother and Mrs. Clara Games Christmas day. The Missionary Society of the Christian church met with Mrs. ]ther Waddell Wednesday after- noon. The Gleaners class of the La- ths Christian church met at the home of Mrs. Fred Kiick, it being the Christmas party of the class. Exchange of gifts of the Sunshine Sisters around t h e Christmas tree followed the busi- ness meeting. There were thirty- six present including members and guests. Mrs. Frank Wachter was the assistant hostess. Teddy and Carol are the children of iVIr. and Mrs. Carl Tendick of Rochester, M]nn., former residents of Mount Pulaski. They are the qrandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Uriah Tendick and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holmes of this city. I The Junior Guild of the Chris- tian church will meet at the home of Ann Waddell. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown and son spent Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brown of War- rensburg. Jean Kiick spent the week-end with Virginia Herbrick. Decatur. Betty Waddell spent Tuesday with Lu Ann Waddell of Illiopolis. Allen Carl Edwards of Mount Pulaski is visiting with his grand- parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sarn WiN son. Mr. and Mrs. John Wachter en- tertained Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Isreal, Rev. and Mrs. Holt and son and Juanita Story Sunday at din- ner. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. W'addell of Illiopelis spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Wad- dell. John Waddell Jr. spent Christ- mas at Newton with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Waddell. Latham schools opened Jan. 2. A watch party was held New Year's Eve at t he Christian church. The first part of the even- ing a social hour was greatly en- joyed, then the devotional period followed. Mrs. Lydia Little, daughter Meryl, son Niel spent Christmas day with her daughter, Mrs. Clif- ford Waddell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Johnson of Chicag spent Thursday and Friday with her mother. Mrs. Ly- dia Little. Tom Roberts and wife of Green- up spent Tuesday and Wednes- day with his aunt, Mrs. M. C. Howe. Mrs. Mary Barry, Mr. and Mrs. Robe Barry and daughter spent CLASSIFIED SECTION If you h Anything to Sell, Trade, Want to B, Have Lo6t or Foundthls section of the Time6-News will get yu the action you want. Hundreds of others have found.this to be true--why not you? POR RENT--Steam-heated room; hot water and bath adjoining. Times Apt. Hotel FOR SALE---Hereford bull. one year old; registered. Priced to sell. Harold Gardner. Beason, Ill. Phone 74 Scarlet. BULLS, BOARS Young, any kind to let out for service. Dick Brown, West Main Road I or Route 36 West. Decatur, Ill. R. C. A. VICTOR RADIOS---20 to 30% reduction on some 1940 odels to make for our of of 1941 models to armve Mount Pulaski CASH PAID for dead horses and Cattle. Hogs and small animals removed free. Call Dr. C. M. Merriman, Phone 15. FOR SALE--Team of black'mares, coming 4 and 5 years old, full sisters; weight 3100 lbs. Well broke, sound and gentle. Len- wood Broughton, route 4, Lin- eol FOR SALE--I used coal range; 1 used Williams Oil-O-Matic Oil A-I condition and ra- dios; Sunday evening with his grand- mother, Mrs. Margaret Barry. Mr. and Mrs. George Waddell entertained at dinner C hristznas Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hill and fam- ily of Peoria, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Waddell, and Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Waddell and Ruth. Miss Daisy Davis of Springfield spent New Year's with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Howe and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Shimer and family spent Christmas with her mother, Mrs. Burckard of Paxton. Her sister, Miss BerciUe Burchard returned home with them. Roy Turner spent Christnas Day with his forks, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Chumbley and daughter were callers at the home of Mrs. Margaret Barry Christmas Day. Mr. and John Baldwin of Decatur entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner Thursday the following: Mrs. ,ydia Little, Meryte and Neil, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johzmon of Chicago and Mr. and :Mrs. Clif- ford Vaughan of Lincoln. Miss Estella Sadler spent Christmas in Allagra, Kentucky. The Baptist church held their Good Fellowship supper at the church Wednesday evening. Offi- cers far the coming year were elected. Marilyn Sheetz was taken Tues- day in the Pease Ambulance to the Decatur and Macon County hospital where they removed her old cast and put on a new one. X- rays were taken and they showed the bones were healing rapidly. PUBLIC CARD PARTY IN" LATHAM J.LN. 15 The Order of Eastern Star in Latham will sponsor a public card party on the evening of Wed- nesday, Jan. 15, and everyone is cordially invited to attend. Mrs. Della Kinert has gone to Freeport to make an extended stay with her son and daughter, Henry Kinert and Mrs. John Rus- sell, and a nephew, Raymond Rus- sell. During the holidays Mrs. EARLY LAMB RECORD BROKEN AT KENNEY In response to our quest li week for the earliest lamb fo born this season, after Wal Barrels had made his claim, we ceived the following letter fron resident of the Kenney vicinityt VOL Dear Sir: I saw in yourlastlssue oft R Times-News obout the lamb was born Dec. 19. We had a I$ born on December 9th. We w not expecting any lambs so so .J and left the hogs in the paste and they killed the lamb. T! Sincerely yours, mira and Eorl Lit Thanks, Earl. Can anyone  T! port an earlier lamb? for John Stratton and son Dallas vis- tion ted in Freeport with her mother and other relatives. Mrs. Harold Snowden, son Jd ,, The Woman's Society of Christ- and daughter Marian. and  pose an Service of the Methodist!Elizabeth Horn, of Chicago, church will hold a general meet- making a holiday visit near  Ol ing and tea in the churcl at 2:15 city with their sister and brotl the p. m. Thursday, Jan. 9. I Miss Sciota B. and Oscar Hor =, zk lege DARBY SCHOOL of DANCING pro MOUNT PULASKI BRANCH Wet, Wer( REGISTER NOW for NEW CLASSES Start00 00ose ing the Middle of January A Class Forminq in Ballroom liar For High School Students fabr REGISTER ON TUESDAY Afternoons of each week. Hours 2 P. M. to 6 P.M. A one STUDIO: Rear of Dr. Wall's Office When in need of SKELGAS tnc A' m CALL 187 Mount Pulaski Appliance Store WE ARE ALSO DEALERS FOR SKELGAS STOVES O] plic BI as the TI one take Selw F. E. TURLEY -- HEINIE KAUTZ -- SMOKY INGRAM T Of U' CLOSIN! EDMUND OBEilMEYEIrS "S'/ OUT SALE To be held one mile south of Clinton, Illinois, on Route 51. or s ter: The Mount Pulaski MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 1941 THEATRE at 10:30 A. M. 35--HEAD OF DAIRY CATTLE--35 Twenty-five head of milk cows, ages from 3 to 8 years old, sew of these cows are fresh with calves by side. Few heavy springers; I ance of these cows giving two to five gallons of milk a day. They be sold as represented. 11 head of yearling heifer calves; one 2-ye old bull. I I.-.-HEAD HOGS--115 Consisting of 15 head Poland China bred yearling sows; 25 b bred Poland China gilts; and 75 head of fall pigs. One small herd of registered Hereford hogs. HAY AND STRAW Four hundred bales of alfalfa; 300 bales whea: straw. 7--HORSES--7 Team of mares bred to foal in May; gray mare, 6 years horse colts; teax of 3-year-old aJl purpose gray geldings. FARM MACHINERY One F-20 tractor on rubber, 3 years old; McCormick tractor cultivator; McCormick Deering 2-bottom plow; 12-inch ing plow; new Case 24-foot harrow; new John Deere planter; Case side delivery rake: 2 hay rakes; McCormick Deering 16x7 drill; McCormick I)eering mower; McCormick Deering No. 9A 7 disc; Deering binder; new Gehl Hammer Mill; new Case spreader; new Ideal corn picker on rubber; new Ideal hand corn er; 2 wagon boxes; 2 sets of harness and collars; 1 Fairbanks 1000 pound platfonn scales; one 16x24 hen house; 8 individual houses; two hog self feeders; 2 cattle bunks 18 feet long; 1 heater; 5 water tanks; new hay rope; 2 hay forks; other tools articles too numerous to mention. EDMUND OBERMEYER, Lunch be on the TERMS: CASH AueUoneer: )L. C, W. FRL AND SAT. Jan. 3 and 4 "PIER 13" with Lynn Barl  Lloyd Nolan SUN. AND MON. Jan. 5 and 6 "Brigham Young, Frontiersman" Sfrrlng TYRONE POWER with Linda Darnell- Dean Jagger 'ED. AND THURS. Jan. 8 and 9 "Charlie Chan at fhe Wax Museum" with Sidney Toler -- Sen Yung Joan Valerie F ter for j we 1 A] giv peer mits ha G( meel whil,