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Zhr/him (Continued from Page 1) (Continued from page 1) sse of appreciation of the v a r i o u s opportunities, afforded thegn in the community, that were possible thru the unselfish of Mr. Clarence Tom]inson. can think of no finer trib- to any man than this: "He did not Hve in vain." PROVER8 OF MAN A man is weal or woe as he linls himself to be.--English. A man does not look behind the unless he has stood there A man fs bound by his word an ox by a hempen cord.-- Man learns to be wise by the of others.--Turkish. Men must sail when the wind 1'HE MOUNT PUt EW MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOI$ Camerman Cafches Them as They Fall I The death of Glenn Werth, a grade school pupil, Thursday No man is so tall that he need The T;mes-News camerarrn at qrea per;I fo himseJ{ as well as stretch and none so small his camera, cauqhf Wayne Bobelt trying to get Etwin Sisk back on he need never stoop.--Danish, his feet after a hard fail on the clty square. #t's too bad that all of the funny antics of folks who fell or thought they were going to, One cannot always be a hero, could not be raphed. one can always be a man.-- MeCOLLUM'S :Blips Among incidents caused by the icy condition Tuesday morning were the following: Edward L. Kerns did some ac- LINTONI,A :,biT AT 9P. M. 00ATEUR SHOW J CTS OF AMATEUR YAUDEVILLE/ t robatic stunts while trying to en- ter the public square from the west side steps. Joe Hutter lost his equilibrum and was seen in his yard on his hands and knees making a stren- uous effort to get back on his feet. --L.r=l'4 []Decatur managed to come up ' Altnes q-- Nncy Kelly II Washington street from the south rural ! m  ]] as far as the Times-News office, ][where he had to stop. From this e N!ght |l location he was forced to carry "Pu |j bread to the several grocery public t " I stores handling the product. cede wen cte00 lion the pavement along the walk lion west side of public square. it !.'SAI JN. 17-18 zree nn were headed north in ]gle fil, or to be exact, in goose step formation. The trio proved to be Squire Herbert Finke and his two body guards, Ben Burger Ld Wilbur Schroth, all from Chester township. How they "slippe& ' hLto town nobody knows. slUN..MON. CORNLAND I Mr. and Mrs. Jordon Nicholson and son have moved to Cornland this past week to ti house which they recently purclmsed on Cros- ley street. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Ford and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cherry at- tended the Governor's Ball in Springfield Monday evening. F Otto Ey Is Club President Meeting in the office of the clerk at 7:30 p. m. Monday, 13, for its annual business session,  the Iount Pulaski chapter of the : Logan County Sportsmen's Club !held the annual election of offi- (. eers to serve during 1941, all but  the vice-president being re-eleCted, as follows: President--Otto Ey. Vice President--Henry J. May- er. * Secretary--John E. Dillsaver. Treasurer--Carl Ey. Plans were discussed for the ! 1941 membership campaign, and it is hoped to exceed the 1940 record of 250 members, persons interes- ted in conservation work. All present at the meeting paid their new dues, and will soon be issued the membership cards. Anyone , can see the secretary now and pay the nominal amount of 25 cents to belong to the club. But the big drive will start at the meeting t {Monday night, Feb. 3, when mO- ling pictures will be shown " with the business to be ed and reports made of the 1940 activiites. / At this time the winner largest bass contest conduc past year ll be made the prize presented to him. came as a shck to the commun- ity. He was in school Tuesday." Vord was received here Friday morning of the death of Tom Na- tion of Buffalo. He formerly liv- ed here in Cornland a number of years ago. Merle David Key, Jr., small son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Key, is a medical patient at St. Clara's hos- pital. Mr. and Mrs. Paul 2umilty of Springfield visited here Sunday with relatives. Misses Lulu Day Lanham and Minnie D. Bryson were in Spring- field Wednesday night and attend- ed the Russian Ballet at the Or- pheum theatre. Miss Minnie D. Bryson and Mrs. Logan Barber of Elkhart attend- ed the U. of I. basketball game and ice hockey game in Urbana Saturday night. Misses Mary and Hannah Kuhl- man of Lincoln called on Mrs. Ola Kipp Saturday afternoon. The stockholders of the State Rank of Cornland held their an- nual election of directors Tuesday morning. Directors elected were C. F. Lanham, Ienry Ford, M. B. !Drake, G. A. Voile and Alvin Day. Officers for the years are: Presi- dent, C. F. Lanham; vice presi- dent, Henry Ford; cashier, M. B. t Drake; assistant cashier, Minnie[ - Allan Hale 19-20 D. Bryson. Although the weather so far I this winter has been favorable to LEGS ]quail and pheasants in f .All..the players stand in a circle !feed, the club is anxious for mo wutn tiaeir legs far apart and with ! farmers to secure feed boxes and Ibs. o/fi:0000 stors home grown Baby/Golfl'h po/lr corn. Also popeor lSpped f;6r as .. special occasions. IIave orrs But th anood and JAN. 23-Z4 !! at Schick's Shoe Sount il Pulaski Theatre. lssell Buck- cult! les. (Continued FOR RENT---Steazn-heated room; II hot water and bath adjoining. Cattle. HoEs and  -- removed free. C.M. i H Merriman, happl i FOR SALEr--Started, sev. eral breeds frO/Zone/.o four weeks old. loing/ver $9.90 per hundred. nut Hatch- ery. Phone 57.- FOR SA---ldWhiteLck pun lets, now  Clarence Bow- ers. Phone 8q-Yellow: \\; B, BOAL  " -- Young, any kind to let &ut for service. Dick Brown, W'est Main Road If you  Anything to Sell, Trade, Want to Buy, Have Lost or Found--this section of the TimeNe will g yu the action you want Hundreds of othe, r have found this to be true--why not you? CLASSIFIED SECTION CARD OF THANKS Our deep appreciation is extend- ed the friends and neighbors who were so sympathetic and kind to us during the loss of our loved one, Mary Anna Lang. M. and Mrs. Wm. Schwoerer and Family where he had been a pneumonla patient. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Key of Joliet visited home folks here last week. The Cornland Communty Club met last Thursday night. A mus- ical program was given including the following numbers: Saxo- phone solo, Clonda Bohn; dramat- ic reading, Ileen Peterson; flute solo, Robert Drake; vocal solo, Zeptm Laughner; chalk talk by Ralph Shoup of Lincoln. Coffee and doughnuts and hot-dogs were served. of the L C. R. R. depot. The sta- tion was closed here recently. Merle Key Jr. returned to his home Monday from the hospital TARGET FIELDS Clifford Vandevender of this vi- One of the largest target fields cinity is visiting in New Smyrna, in the United States for use of iFlorida, with Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Army fliers will be made from i liam F. Mielke and daughter Miss 1,500,000 acres of land in Utah !Marjorie. For Shaves That Look And Feel Uke "A Million," Try This New _ i " Gille(te At Price! ou get good-look- ing, comfortable ahaves every time ... and saw money too... when you use the new Thin Gillette Blade. This blade is made of easy-flexing steel ham] enough to cut glass. It has super-keen edges of an ntirely new kind. You whisk through tough beard quickly, easily, and protect your face from smart and burn caused by misfit blades. Gillette alone, with its world- renowned facilitiea, could produce...and sell at only 10 for four...a blade so emperior as this. Buy a package your dealer today. n ! St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln to enter the St. Mary's hospial in De- catur. She does not improve very much. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Westen Jr. and son will move soon to a farm near Mount Pulaski. Bids are advertised for the sale It was very slick here Tuesday whose legs it passed becomes IT. the greater amount of insects and :Is d ] morning but most all the sleet has If a player should lose his balance worms will be destroyed, and thus :nce. qtt The Tayst%e bread truck from melted off and fall in the circle he loses his [-revent lar .... Hezer. " . ...,.. ,,_ ,  . I olace and becomo  [  ge scare navoc to crops. j firely fhru fhe generoslfYtof their own membersh[o, Th ,+nA,, I  Le'-cLI  Ol,i:do den-Powell" tize I -- Patty Culp. ' fighting this baffle for the youngsters of aJl communltiesen- lwL ;- "._-"- -" .... :" _ ' I B. Investiture of new Scouts Mis Beatrice McCue has let " - o leach foot touching that of the next, player. IT stands in the center and i have them ready in cse of deep  tries to throw a large ball between I snw, which would make it impos- ce the feet of one of the players and ', sible for the game birds to secure so out of the circle. Jfs=dv anhTight cause them to . c fr The players in the circle try to t e. response was excel- "Y keep the ball in the circle, but!lent last winter, and it is urged :  TM rney cannot move their feet. They that the same interest be taken can touch the ball only wth their now in tbA ,o+- : m hands. If the ball does go outside  ........... mn work.  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