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PAGE EIGII' THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, )i iiili(  How to take the Work out of Housework i:i i, ii, ii  ')i/ LOCAL NEWS New Year's Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kratzer were her sister, Mrs. Frank Moran, nephew, Leland Moran, wife and children, Phyllis, Marilyn and Kenneth, of Rock Island. In Springfield Dec. 26 a Hahn family get-together and dinner was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hahn and fam- ily. An exchange of gifts was featured. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. August H. Hahn Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCormick and Billy Puhr of Mount Pulaski; Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Hahn and fam- ily of Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Suycott of Villa Grove, visited here dur- ing the holidays with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roman Rom- er. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seller, who lived in Chester township four miles north of the city, moved last week into town to the home purchased from Mrs. Chauncey E. Glose on North Vine street. Mr. Seller suffered a stroke Tuesday and is seriously ill. He has been --CHURCHES-- THE METflODIST CHURCH Rev. F. E. Neumeyero Pastor Sunday SchooI9:30 A. M. Worship service 10:35 a.m. We will observe communion at the worship hour. You are cordially invited to the services of our church. ST. THOMAS ACUINAS CHURCH CHRISTMAS DINNER AT OGLESBY HOME A delightful Christmas day was spent by the Oglesby family of near Lake Fork, as Mr. and Mrs. Elza Oglesby and son. Elza Dean, joined relatives in Illiopo- lis. as they do each year, in a celebration held at the hospit-! able home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe: Pritchett. Rev. Edward Krewer, Pastor The spacious rooms were glow- Mass at 10 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 7. ing softly with lighted candles, and the large lighted tree made /ON EV. L1TrHERAN CHURCH a beautiful setting for the buffet! Rev. Albert G. Hoffmma, Pcmtor dinner. A 22-pound turkey was Sunday School and the main course, various salads, Bible Class .................... 9:30 A. M. ending with rose peppermint ice Worship service, with commun- cream, Christmas cookies, and in failing health for many men-, ths. I Rell C. Beidler whose health l NEW YEAR'S EVE DIN N_ER began failing about three men-ISE.RE D SIT WIE - H01_E th a,o but imnrove , after a J A rew xear s rve runner anu  ' "  " t e stay in St. Clara's hospital, Lin-IP arty was glvenSunday at.h coln was taken ill aain New! none oI r. anu wrs. n. J. wmm, ^",_ ,. 2_^:. "  ,,., [ having as guests members of the -ke H, o, h,,, mL.l,,, 1 i times.News Iorce ana their iaml- -i  to the business I nes. rnose presen ere: most dally h v  ......... district until Monday I Mr. and Mrs. t'aul :. temler, Mrs. Oswald Brooker has been [Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Harg[ave ill for several days in her home l and.daug hter nn: Mr. an_,rs. west of the city if:. rl. Lecgnee ana son zveryn, .u-dn, Dec" 31 an n Monda,, [Mr. and Mrs. Frank Passmore, - - ": :"' "  - - --- -' Jr and dau,hter Vicki Also Mr an. ls, were oo[n nice winter -, , " ' " days, followed by a rain most and Mrs. Frederick Zimmermann of Tuesday and cloudy all day and son Gary and William Gibbs. Wednesday. All the snow from Thanksgiving on to the end of --Take the Family to see "Stars the year has now about disap- In My Crown," showing at the Mount Pulaski Theatre, Sunday and Monday, Jan. 7 and 8. Mati. nee at 2:00 pore. Sunday. i i : peared. The temperature Tuesday :;: reached the 40 s. NOTIC-E"  DATE Docket Number 918 19469 NOTICE is hereby given to all i!:ii ! * erons that Monday, the 5th day of February, A. D. 1951, is the : claim date in the estate of Jacob Adam Voile, deceased, now pend- ing in the County Court of Logan County, and that claims may be] filed against the estate of the decedent on or before said date without the issuance of sum- mOlls. Kermit Edward Volle Charles Dean Voile Executors. Leland Simkins, Attornev. A good political leader must keep ahead of several crowds, each going tn a different direc- tion. ion. 10:30 a.m. Voters meeting at 7 p.m. You are welcome at our serv- ices. St. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor Sunday Schoo19:30 A.M. Divine Worship with Holy Com- munion-10:30 A.M. Congregational Potluck Dinner and Annual meeting, Monday. Jan. 8 at 6:00 P.M. Let 1370 coffee. A gift exchange was lea. [ tured. [ Twenty-seven guests were presl ent from LeRoy, Springfield, Lake [ Fork, and Illiopolis. [ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pritchett, son Franklin, and daughter Nancy, were voted genial hosts. NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY GIVEN NEAR BEASON Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clements of Beason vicinity, entertained a group of neighbors and friends at a New Year's eve party. Pinochle was enjoyed with the prize winners being Mrs. Gar- land Shull, Mrs. Harold Cox. By- 'ford Boyd of Beason, and Leigh Be Your Number in 1951 Winter season- with its rough weather --is the best time to enjoy the many conven- iences of banking by mail. Once you learn Berry of Mount Pulaski. At a late hour refreshments were served. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS The Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the Tomlinson Siding Farmers Cooperative Com- pany will be held in the City Hall in Mount Pulaski, Ill., on January 20, 1951, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of elect- ing directors for the ensuing year, and the transavtion of oth- er business which may come be- fore the meeting. Louis E. Schafer, ( 1-18-51) Secretary. --..See Broken Sizes in Women' i Footwear on table at 1.88. Clea$ I MODERN . . . REVOLUTIONARY  COAP CESSPOOL AND SEPTIC TANK CLEANER pool and Swc Tank Oeam." i eliminates need of ex- t  4 lb. Can of {'Amp | _OSeDool end Seotl Tgnk i pens|re' unheallhy Conditioner * - -| Pumping and d|gg|ng eiWiar Price 00.00 J up of cesspools, septic : New  fw O0.O0 ] tanks, soepaga pools, etc. He shutdown either. Dissolves averyth;ng organic from grease to cloth to fibrous tree roots. Results in 12 to 36 hours. CAMP CESSPOOL AND SEPTIC TANK CONDITIONER helps start septic action...stimulates bactarla growth .. ellndnatos odors. IT'S TRIED! IT'S TIME TESTED! lel. od; Pot. Off. Rel#. U.S. Poh Off. Pnd;l J.M. Rothwell I00r. Co. FRUIT SALADS ARE FESTIVE- LOOKING ! And you can prepare them ahead of Slice the fruit, cover it with lemon or grape- fruit Juice and keep chilled in the refriger- ator until time to serve. (Just one penny's worth of electricity protects a whole refrigerator full of food for almo two hours ! ) SPEAKING OF WASH- DAY, here's another helpful hint. For extra protection, snap fas- teners and close zip- pers before putting garments in your wash- trig machine. (Hav- ing trouble these days with washday weather? Au electric dryer will aolve tha$ problem! Five minutes of drying ccts just one penny!) ROOM TOO SMALL FOR LAMP TABLES? W'hy not use the mld- dle shelf of your book- case as a table, run- ning a fluorescent lamp along the bottom edge of the upper shelf? (An entire evenings readmg . . . for oal.V one cent!) WANT A FLORIDA TAN ? Plug a sun lamp tn the bat, l'oom in the outlet over the Your husband can tan while he ahaves . . . you, while you apply make-up[ (A penny's worth of electricity gives you five ten- minute periods of sun- bath) MOUNT PULASKI, 12.LINOIS KEEP OUTING FLAN- NEL AS SOFT AS NEW! Winter-time flannel nightgowns and p4 should o be ironed. Instead, brush them thoroughly with a clean clothesbrush. (Co for ironing the n=t of the family wash? Jtmt two cents an houri) THERE'S MORE THAN ONE TRICK with a ws.e ironl Use pack- aged mtzes for cva- bread waes . . . far hot gingerbread waes. nd ty adcttn  chopped ham to - ]az wae batter. Deli- etoml .ke  mao or two eeat'  of eleeeity to make all the wMes your famll can eat!) TROUBLE SLEEPING? On cold winter nlghts, the a person is weighted down by 12 ov 15 pounds of blan- kete! An automatic electric bedcover lves you warmth withou weight. (And this lux- urious comfort COSta you about five cents a night to use!) WONDER WHEU THE CUP HANDLES GO? Pmver r, ed md ']1 have no dishes. And the7 dry by themselves, need less hadll (sves thne and wark as well a dishes--and costs so 1Rle to use! Only a penny or two a drl) .e "MEET CORLISS ARCHER" for dlighfful . $undaye,_.Cjl_9 p, M. Ehro T, ? ,, , . the c: 'ccgcs, ou U bank by mad through- out the year. S;art using this service now. The First National Bank IK:)4JNT PULASKi, iLLINOIS I I ANN gage of M son date S d Vl