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MAY JOHNSON, 66, BEASON, IS DEAD Miss May Johnston, 65, of the Harmony commurdty near Bea- Ion, died at 2:30 a. m. Tuesday, Jan. 7, in St. John's hospital, Springfield, pneumonia being :he eaume of death. She had gone to gtield at holiday time to vis- it relatives. Johnston was born May 28, 1875, in Aetna township, Logan mmty, being a daughter of Wil- liam and Margaret Irvine John- sto Decedent was a member of the Harmony Methodist church. ghe is survived by four sisters and one brother, as follows: Mrs. ttherine Randolph, Beason; Mrs. J. C. Abbott and Ms. Belle Har- I, Lincoln; Mrs. Robert FIentje, rlnield; and George Johnston, Jacksonville. Her parents, and two brothers, Thomas and Alex- ander, preceded her in death. The body was removed to the Sheets funeral home in Lincoln. Funeral service8 were held at l 1:80 p. m. Thursday in the Har- mony. Methodist clmrch, conduct- ed by Roy. J. O. McClarey. Inter- mont was in the Harmony ceme- ty. A living room 40 feet long is best, as it will ,be years before a wife runs out of new place to put a davenport. -- i t MeCOLLUS CLINTONIA MATitr- -- CLINTON I I SATURDAY John Howard -- Ellen Drew Akim Tamlroff II iii SUNDAY  MONDAY Claudette Colbert Ray Mllland in My Love' TUESDAY- WEDNESDAY Job Day --- Salary $60 with Ken Murray  IAllian Cmmell I iii i EYlgSDAY, JANUARY 16 ONE DAY ONLY On Our Stage at 9 p. m BIG AMATEIIR CONTEST 8 big acts of Amateur Vaudeville NOTIDo not confuse this amateur show with any other mateur show held in the past. Bsstlful Stage tUngs, and everything is being done to make this the best ever held at Don't Miss It! i ANNA NAGF.& in d THZ MOUNT PULASKI S-NEW, MOUNT PUISKL ILLINOIS Hot Tip on a Big Story The excitlnq edventures of a couple of ace reporters on a met- ropolitan daily form the basis of the new, fast-moving drama series, "City Desk", heard Thursday niqhts over Columbia network. Chester Stratton and Gertrude Warner, who portray the star reportinq team ore shown here on the receiving end of a hot tip on a big news story. REBEKAHS INSTALL NEW OFFICERS At its meeting in Odd Fellows hall Friday night, Jan. 3, Central Rebekah Lodge No. 313 held the annual instalaltion of officers, the work being in charge of Mrs. : Frank Rentschler and Mrs. Lot- tie Hahn. The following officers' were installed: Noble Grand -- Mrs. Josephine l Beidier. Vice Grand--Mrs. Marvin Bow- lea. Right Supporter Noble Grand-- Mrs, Bessie Kinert. Left Supporter Noble Grand-- Mrs. William E. Holmes. ,Right Supporter Vice Grand-- Mrs. George E. Suedmeier. I.ft Supporter Vice Grand-- Mrs. Rachel Troxell. Warden--Mrs. John E. Bowleg. Conductor--Mrs. J. H. Stuart. - Financial Secretary--Mrs. Anna E. Eminger. Recording Secretary--Mrs. Lot- tie Hahn. Treasurer--Mrs. Otis D. Med- ford. Ouide Guardian -- Mrs. Dan Blackford. Inside Guardian--Mrs. Fred W. Grover. Cheplain--Mrs. Elmer Mier. MusicianMiss Nell Vandeven- der. The retiring Noble Grand is Mrs. Orville Gasaway. FILM FEATURES STEPHENSON Henry Stephenson, distinguished Britisl character actor, has an important featured role in the im- posing cast of the technicolor pro- duction, "Do,an Argentine Way," currently at the Mount Pulaski Theatre Sunday and Monday, Jan. 12 an& 13, with admission 10 and 20 cents. Don Ameche, Betty rable and Carmen Miranda head the cast wl'dch includes Charlotte Greenwood, J. Carrel Naish and many others. Irving Cummings directed the picture and Harry Joe Brown was the producer. Tomlinson-- (Continued from page I) do the most good. Among those receiving substantial amounts througl his sincere kindness were the Methodist, Christian and St. John's churches in Mount Pulaski at a Ame when th congregations were installing" pipe organs; the Mount Pulaski library was also liberally remembered; and it was announced tlt the Lincoln Col- lege library received a large sum fIom Mr. Tomlinson only recently. His kindness to needy families and children was also another evi- dence of his thoughtfulness. For several years he outfitted small boys and girls of grade school age with warm clothing for the win- ter months, and thereby encour- aged them in securing an educa- tion. And he will ahvays be re- n.embered for this greatly appre- ciated help by a large number of people. In fact, he was only one among a few who found great joy in helping others, a most com- mendable trait. The remains were removed to the Sclahl funeral home in this city, where funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Sunday, Jan. 5, conducted by key. F. E. Neumey- er, pastor of the Methodist church. Mrs. G. F. Wait played two selec- tions, "On Holy Ground" and "Love Divine," transcription of the hymn. The aservices were large- ly attended. Interment was made in Mount Pulaski cemetery. pallbearers were Chris Beck, Clif- ford Lindsay, Frank Beers, Her- bert Schaffenacker, William Loire- bach and Clifford Aughenbaugh. THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, GREENIGS HAVE 50th ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Brooker and family, Betty and Kenneth, at home three miles west of city, Miss Helen Broker of Amboy, and Mrs. Eugene G. Laughey of Chi- Mrs. Charles G!'eenig and M. Law, both of LaHarpe. The home was orned in Christmas with the table in gold and in keeping with th versary. Yellow formed the centerpiece and tapers were at each end of ble. The cake was also and gold. They were recl many beautiful gifts. A rendered in their honor Carthage radio station. Mrs. Greenig was Mary Kathryn daughter of William and Ritter Holhauser, and born on a farm near Iowa. Mr. Greenig was farm near LaHarpe, his being Louis Wendell Landis Greenig. It is an ing fact that his the first settler in that Hancock county, settling er 115 years ago. Mr. Greenig have spent their married life in cinity. They were parents' home near Iowa, Jan. 3. 1891. The who performed the :years ago, and the brid :both living. They have three lows: Mrs. 1P. E. Angeles, California; nig, at home; and Mrs. Brooker, Mount Pulaski; grandchildren, all Brooker family. Mr. Brooker have been years, and during these i and Mrs. Greenig many trips to the and are known to many community. On Friday evening, LaHarpe Union church them a reception at the large number of friends rives being in attendance. THREE JOLLY GOOD FELLOWS TO Louis Mann, Willis Lwrence Holmes, a trio cage, were in LaI-Iarpe, Illinois, known Mount Pulaski Sunday, Dec. 29, and visited Mrs. left Wednesday night on Brooker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I trip to California, where Louis A. Greenig, who observed I pect to be employed on their 50th wedding anniversary on lmentl army camp tlt day, although the actual date I work. was Jan. 3, 1941. A turkey dinner was served at What does the noon, the others present being hie on your paper say? ******************************** * Help your teeth shine like the stars * . ... use Calox Tooth Powder . Many of Hollywood's brightest stars use Calox to help bring out the natural lustre of their teeth--and you can rely on Calox too. Pure, wholesome, pleasant-tasting, approved by Good Housekeeping Bureau. Five tested ingredients, blended according to the formula of a foremost dental authority, make Ca]ox an economical tooth powder that can't harm tooth enamel Get Calox today at your drug store. Five aises, from 10 to $15. Copr. 1939 McKesson & Robblns. Inc. CLASSIFIED SECTION If yo  Ankg to Sell, Trade, Want to Vo lLve Lost or Found---th seeflon of the Time,News will ge Fu the action you want. 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