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THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMS-NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIt IAL PPENINGS NEIGHBORS %%ILL I L OFFICERS JAN. 23 [ Protection Camp No. 1911, Roy-[ ! Neighbors of America, of 1 Mount Pulaski, will install offi- / cers at 7:30 p. m. Thursday, Jan. [ 23, in Odd Fellows hall. Members invite their families and friends. PINOCHLE CLUB MET AT MYRICK HOME Members of the Pinochle Club E(: were entertained Tuesday night by /:: :Mr. and Mrs. William Myrick at Eli ,their home on North Lafayette 6treet. The prizes were awarded to Mrs. Roy Allen of Buffalo, and Lon Davis, with floating prize go- ing to Mrs. A. J. Lyons. Lunch was served. MILS. HARRY J. %[BLE ON CALIFORNIA TRIP Mrs. Harry J. Wible departed Wednesday afternoon for Chicago on her way to California, to visit for several weeks, in Long Beach with her mother, sister and broth- er, Mrs. Anna Tholen, Mrs. Guy Staments and Francis Tholen, and in Culver City with another broth- er, Claus Tholen. BOOK CLUB MET AT SCROGGIN HOME The Book Club met Tuesday ) night at the home of Mrs. Wil- ford Scroggin on West Cooke street.  book, "The Family," was reviewed by iss Lois Wal- ler, member of the township high school faculty. Lunch was served at the close of the review. The next hostess will be Mis Nina Wynd. AUCTION BRIDGE CLUB MET %VEDNESDAY Mrs. Louis F. SamS was hostess gednesday afternoon to members of the Auction Bridge Club. Fol- lowing a 1 o'clock luncheon ser- ved at the home of Mrs. Rell C. Beidler, the group went to the Sams residence on North Lafay- ette street to play cards. The: prizes were awarded to Mrs. Frank Talmage and Mrs. C. M. Merriman. The next hostess will \\;be Mrs. VCilford Scroggin. HARRISON VA NDEVENDER CRACKED RIBS IN FALL Harrison Vandevender of this vicinity, engineer of the Illinois Central pmnping station at Salt Creek bridge, and who also oper- ates the railroad coalin station at the foot of West Cooker street, cracked two ribs Monday morning when le attempted to climb on a coal car spotted over the coal pit, slipped and fell into the pit. He was not seriously hurt, but his side is very sore. IA3NNIE WAYNE CREAGER DIED IN HOSPITAL Lonnie Wayne Creager was born in the Deaconess hospital, Lincoln, Tuesday, Jan. 21, 1941, and died there at 5:30 p. m. Wednesday, aged 17 hours. He was the son of James M. and Loretta Deibert Creager of Mount Pulaski vicinity. The remains were removed to the Hershey funeral home in this city, where funeral services were he:d at 2:30 p. m. Thursday, Jan. 2, conducted by Rev. Ray O. Zumstein, pastor of St. John's Lutheran churct Burial was in Mount Pulaski cemetery. BIRTHDAY DINNER IVEN WEST OF MOUNT PULASKI A dinner was given Sunday, Jan. 19. at the home of Charles G. Hanslow, Sr., on the Mount Pula- ki-lktart road over four miles west of city, in honor of the birth- : day anniversaries of Miss Char- lotte Hanslow and _eorge Dunn. Those present were Mr. and Mrs'. charles H. Hanslow, daugh- ters Emma and Lillian, sons Rebekahs Held School of Insfru00ion Her, e Friday Fronf rowMrs. Bessie Kinerf, Mrs. Georqe E. Suedmeier, Mrs. Haffie Meliza, Decafur, Mrs. Mabel Oue1e, insfrucfor, and presidenf of the Rebekah Sfafe Assembly, Mrs. Josephine Beidler, Mrs. Dan Blackford, Mrs. Fred Grover. Back Row--Mrs. J. H. Stuart, Mrs. Loffle Hahn, Mrs. Rachel Trox- ell, Mrs. Elmer Mier, Miss Nellie Vandevender, Mrs. Mottle Medford, Mrs. Marvin 5owIes, Mrs. W. E. Holmes, Mrs. John Bowles. Charles, Raymond and Forrest, of COUNTY LEGION" MEETINGS  ENROLLMENT Mount Pulaski; Mrs. Ella Luck- HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED !EXTENDED TO JAN. 31 hart and George Dunn, of Middle- town; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis and children, Earlene, Mbel, Hel- en, Earl Jr., and Clarence, of Elk- hart; Mis Charlotte Hanslow, Mr. and Mrs. George Hanslow, at home. SCROGGIN COMMUNITY CLUB MEETS FRIDAY EVENING The Scroggin Community Club will meet in the Scroggin school, three miles southwest of city, Fri- day, Jan. 24, for a potluck supper at 6 p. m., followed by a program Tle lunch committee is composed of Mrs. William. McGee and Mrs. Robert Shanle, while the program will be in charge of Mrs. Wesley Scroggin and Mrs. Ellis Quandt. ST. LOUIS FLOWER SHOW TO BE HELD MARCH 22-30 The St. Louis Flower Show As- sociation announces that the 1941 Greater St. Louis Flower and Garden Show will be held in the Arena March 22 to 30, inclusive. Last year two bus loads of members of the Garden unit of the Mount Pulaski Woman's Club attended the wonderful exhibition on one of the days, and many are anxious to go again this season. ILLIOPOLIS %VOMAN 79 YEAR OLD JAN. 15 MrS. Emma Oglesby, widow of John Oglesby, celebrated her 79th birthday anniversary Wednesday, Jan. 15, at her home in Illiopolis. The Oglesby family formerly liv- ed in Mount Pulaski vicinity. A surprise birthday dinner was given by her children at the noon hour. The following were present: Mr. and MrS. L. F. Davis and two children, of Dawson; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Oglesby and son, of Wil- liamsville; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Oglesby and son, of Cornland; Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Ridgeway and chil- dren, Roy. and Mrs. L. H. Hooe, of Illiopolis. Locations of monthly meetings! of the Logan county council of the Anerican Legion for 1941 have been announced by Vincent [ones of Lincoln, county com- mander. Meetings are held the last Thursday in the month at 8 p. January, Elkhart; February, Emden; March, Atlanta; April, Middletown; May, New Holland; June, Lincoln; July, Elkhart; Au- gust, Emden; September, Mount Pulaski. CARD OF THANKS In grateful appreciation we wish to express our gratitude for the assistance and sympathy ex- tended us during the illness and death of our father, Olaf Peter- SOIl. The Children. Paint experts say that an ob_ ject may appear heavier in weight ff paintde red or orange, lighter in weight if colored blue or yel- low. LIFE UNDIR H1TLEKISM TO BE SHO'N HERE "I just came back from a visit to Hell . . . I spent my life in a small German town, teaching the kindliness and tolerance that de- cent people live by. One day arm- ed men in brown shirts broke in- to my home . . tore me away from my daughter . . . threw me into a Nazi concentration camp. What I have to tell you isn't pro- paganda . . . just the realiscie truth that every American has a right to kno,!" Wire said this, and what is it all about? See "Pastor Hall" with Wilfrid Lawson and Nova Pilbeam at the Mount Pulaski Theatre Wednesday and Thursday night, January 29 and 30, for the answer. The picture endorsed by Elea- nor Roosevelt--'"This picture car- ries a message of inspiring truth . . deeply encouraging." Announcing My Candidacy FR SUPERVISOR OF MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP SUBJECT TO THE DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS To Be Held SATURDAY00 FEBRUARY 15 Your Vole and Support Will Be Greatly Appreclafed ALBERT F. DILLSAVER The enrollment period for the i Civilian Conservation Corps has been extended to January 31, 1941. Six Logan county young men were enrolled January 9 and are now/n Camp 2604th Company CCC, Camp Galesburg, Galesburg, Illinois. Young men desiring to make ap- plication for enrollment may send their names, ages, "and addresses to the I. E. 1% C. Selecting Agent. Lincoln Theatre Building, 215 S. Kickapoo street, Lincoln. Maude WL Mount, C. B. Herman Hahn visited in Spring- field Saturday and Sunday with this daughters, Mrs. William Hod- son and Mrs. Hubert T.urley. Mr. and Mrs. Dan J. Fuhrer vis- ited in Springfield Saturday night and Sunday with friends, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Webster. Seal Sales in County $1,725 Total receipts of the Tubercu- losis Christmas Seal Sale to date are $1725.90. This is an average of 75 cents per contributor and is $35 in advance of last yeaffs to- tal on June 1st. However there are still 700 res- idents of the county who have perhaps forgotten o r neglected either to make their contribution or to return their seals. It is nev- er too late to pay for Christmas Seals and it is asked that if any cannot send money to return the gl seals so the records may be corn pleted. R Receipts By Towns. S Atlanta ................ $106.00 Beason ................ 66.60 Miss 3 Chestnut ............... 46.@ he Eng Corn]and ............... 21.71 [ount Elkhart ............... 82.03 Ichool a Emden ................ 84.60 esigned Hartsburg ............. 62.10 igh sch Latham ............... 54.71 lic higar Middletown ........... 28.60 *ula.ski Mount Pulaski ........ 143.80 %lle, ta New Holland ........... 64.66 iss Bu, Lincoln, Broadwell, he posil and Lawndale ....... 946.49 thor ca Iiss t $62,54}0 JOHNSTON" ESTATE *ulaski FILED FOR PROBATE he Uni he only In a petition for letters of ad-he local ministration filed in the Logan county court in Lincoln Jan. 14, r's dog Homer B. Harris of Lincoln waS eachers named administrator in t h e mploye( $62,500 estate of the late May wider Johnston, lifelong resident of Bea Bh and son vicinity, who died in Spring eacher field Jan. 7. The estate consists of ion. real estate valued at $55,000 and Mias personal property at $7,500. Nine Jgh sct heirs were named. ewey-E ioyed, Although the rate has been re-0 assist duced 16 cents on $100 assess l aunity ; valuation, Maroa property owner hutch s will again pay the highest tax rate fiends in Macon county, according to 1941 eachers tax rate computations revealed mong t Wednesday. Ly. The Maroa rate for this year will be $6.24 on $100 valuation a J[']e r i compared with $6.40 last year. For Shaves That Look And Feel "A Million," Try This New At Price! yoo get good-look- ing, comfortable ahaves every time ... and av money too... when you use the new Thin Gillette Blade. This blade is made of easy-flexing steel ha enough to cut glass. It has super-keea edges of an entirely new kind. You whisk through tough beard quickly, easily, and protect your face from smart and burn mused by misfit blade. Gillette alone, with its world- renowned facilities, could produce...and sell at only lOc for four...a blade so superior as this. Buy a package rn your dealer today.