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pg 'rO TI MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS i THURSDAY, JANUARY . 1951 MOUNT PULASEI TIMES.NEWS Mount Pulas Illinois Publlshed and entered as second class matter in the postotce at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress Of March 9, 1879. HARRY L WIBLE Editor and Publisher Terms of Subscription: Three Months ......................... 50c Six Months ................................ $1.00 One Year ................................... $2.00 Published Every Thursday LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Bill Merriman, son of Dr. and. Mrs. C. M. Merriman, employed for two years by the Kresge Co. in Superior, Wis. has been trans- ferred to Chicago Heights, Ill. Robert Horn, postmaster, at- tended the Logan County Post- masters' Dinner in the Hotel Lin- coln, Lincoln, Tuesday evening. It. A Nelson of Bloomington, post al inspector for this area, con- ducted a school of instruction. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Froehlich and son Frede left Sunday for Racine, Wisc., where they were guests of the Massey-Harris Co. for two days. Miss Ruth Peterson, of Spring- field, was a caller in the city on Monday. She was a former music instructor in the grade school. Charles Wodetzki, Lincoln, was in the city last Friday on busi- ness. Mr. and Mrs Emerson Horn and Mrs. Harold Ryan were visit. in Chicago Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wood, living south of the city, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Knudson of Morrison- vllle, left Wednesday on a six- weeks' trip to Florida. They will first visit in Fort Lauderdale, and other points, and then in New Smyrna Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smallwood of Decatur and Mr. and Mrs. Palm and son of Chicago, visited the week end with Mr. nd Mrs. Oran Scroggin. They recently returned from an auto p with several Chicago friends, through Florida. Leslie Chapman and family, who lived four miles east of the city, during Mr. Chapman's em- ployment on the Everett Sams farm, moved this week to a place sOuth of Chestnut. Mr. Chapman will be employed by Harold Opperman. George Kusterer and sister, Mr James Cormack of Moorland, , : ; and Otto Schmidt of Fort Mount Pulaski THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY January 26 and 27 "The Big Fight" with Lois Collier - Joe Kirkwood - Leon Errol . plus . "Riders of the Range" with Tim Holt - Jacqueline White Richard Marten . also CARTOON - SUNDAY - MONDAY January 28 and 26 MANZE SUNDAY Z P. M. "Duchess of Idaho" (In Technicolor) starring Esther Williams, Van Johnson John Lund - Paula Raymond . plus . ADDED SHORT SUBJECTS i H i i WEDNESDAY- THURSDAY January 31 . February 1 "A Lady Without Passport" with Hedy Lamar - John Hodiak James Craig . Geo. Macready SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS Dodge, Iowa, came to Mount Pu. I laski Sunday to attend funeral services for Edward Rentmeister. They remained a few days and visited several relatives. Mrs. Wilford Scroggin Sr., has been visiting in Urbana this week with Mrs. Carolyn Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Scroggin spent all last week on an auto trip to Memphis, Tenn., and sev- eral places in Mississippi. Albert Lillich, living east of the city, left Tuesday for Tecum- seh, Nebr., where on Wednesday evening, Jan. 24, he attended the 50th wedding anniversary cele- bration of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gottula. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leimbach and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schaff- enacker of Chestnut, went to Peoria Tuesday and attended a banquet given by the Producers Livestock Marketing Co. John Zah, former resident of this city, now living in Decatur with his daughter, Mrs. Charles Clark, observed his 91st birthday anniversary Monday, Jan. 22. Orville Koehler, formerly em- ployed by the Chestnut Hatchery, is again on the job, having tak- en up the work last week. Miss Barbara Jo McCann, of Chestnut, a Mount Pulaski high school graduate, is now employ- ed by the Motor Insurance Co., Decatur. Her brother, Jack, em- ployed in Peoria by the Le Tourneau Co., returned Saturday from Longview, Texas, where he had been on a two week's busi- ness trip for the company. L. P. Kizer, who operated an elevator in Chestnut a few years ago, and later moved to Lincoln, died Monday, Jan. 22, in Howell, Mich. His wife survives. Mr. and Mrs. William Voelker, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hoffmeister, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kruege, Mr. and Mrs. John Geyer, went to Itamont Sunday, Jan. 21, and attended the funeral services for sister, Mrs. Clyde Munyon, the past two months. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Schlitt of this city; Mr. and Mrs F. 1t. Manning of Lincoln, are on a trip to Fort Meyers, FFla. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Park, living: southwest of the city, are on a trip to Fort Myers, Fla. Samuel Linn Beidler, Chicago, visiter Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rell C. Beidler. Miss Mary Jane Davis of De- catur, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Rena Davis. If you have a sizeable amount of waste paper and magazines on hand, the Boy Scouts will call for same at any time. Contact Julian Sams, Phone 317; Herschel Hayden, Phone 185, or, see Rob- ert Copeland Jr., and Tommy Romer. Mr. and Mrs. George Mann, l living near Middletown for a number of years, moved last week to their home in Mount Pu- i laski. They recently purchased the Schick property on Vine street. With them is Mrs. Mann's mother, Mrs. Chris Strampp. who formerly lived in this locality. Mrs. Christina McDaniel of Springfield. visited Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Allen McVey. John Wood, student at the U. of I. visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wood, over the week end. Petition for letters of adminis- tration in the estate of the late Frank Seller of Mount Pulaski who died Jan. 7, was filed in Log- an county court, Lincoln. Jan. 17. The estate has an estimated val- ue of $30,000 in personal proper- ty. The petitioner was the widow Mrs. Elizabeth Seller. Her son, Eugene Manes, was named ad- ministrator. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jackson and son, David, who have occupied an apartment above the Zim- mermann grocery store, moved has made extensive improve- ments on the property. The Jackson family will occupy the lower apartment. Mrs. L. A. Danner of Spring. field, visited here part of last week with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Otto Roos. Mrs. George S. Connelly was a visitor in Chicago last Thursday. Petition for letters of adminis- tration in the estate of the late Charles J. Herring of the Cope- land church community, who died Jan. 12, was filed in Logan count court in Lincoln on Jan. 18, listing personal property valued at $9.000. Mrs. Margarent Hen. riehsmeyer, Mount Pulaski, an heir, asked Judge Ellis to appoint Sidney Lee of Mount Pulaski .as administrator. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Brooker. Elkhart, left during last week for Laredo, Texas, to spend sev- eral weeks. Mrs. Dorcas Jean tterren, a senior in the Eastern Illinois l State College, Charleston, made I the first term honor roll. Require- ] merits are that a student makes! "A" in three-fourths of the studi. es. Mrs. Herren, a graduate of the Mount Pulaski township high school, was formerly Miss Dorcas Jean Buehler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Buehler of Chbstnut. J. Roy Moore. who formerly liv- ed west of the city, and moved to Lincoln recently, asked Judge William Ellis, in Logan county court, Lincoln, on Jan. 16, to grant him letters of administra- tion in the estate of his late mo- ther, Mrs. Cornelia Moore of Mt. Pulaski. Mrs. Moore died Jan. 8. The estate was valued at $8,000 in personal property, and no real estate. Rct. Wendell D. Follis, station- ed at Fort Leonard Wood, Me., spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Follis. FISH FR Y FRIDA January Y6 Also Steaks d Chicken NOAH'S ARK ILLIOPOLIS. ILLINOIS K. W. BraIshaw, Prop. M INSURANCE OF EVERY .DESCRIPTION last week end to the Harry Van Mrs. John Brauer. Hook property on South Wash- Mrs. Gene C. Clear, Dr. and,ington. Mr. Van Hook who re- Mrs. E.H. Cox and Jimmyleft[cently purchased the property, Jan. lz ior Ol laueraale, 'ia.,]the former Mrs. Anna Kellar and other points:. They are eX-]place (the old Ralston home) pected to return m a zew aays. i Mrs. Daisy Jeffries and dau-[ ..... ghter, Mrs. Dorothy Eggerman,[UABL[[ e [[|U[e and Mrs. Mary Ports of Taylor-l%r  vr LflmE} ville, visited in the city Sunday, with friends, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Suedmeier and Mr. and Mrs. Rell C. Beidler. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Con- heAley and family of Springfield, visited Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Connolley. Mrs. C. H. Leckbee has received word that her brother, Earl G. Andrew, Ursa, Ill., has been call- ed back into the service. Earl spent many months in the Euro- pean theater during the World War If, with the Air Corp, He is a veteran of eight years in the army. Since his discharge he has enlisted in the Naval Reserves at Quincy, and will enter the service within the near future. Mrs. Elmer S. Meis'ter Jr., and daughter Terry Sue, visited in Springfield Sunday with her sis- ter, Mrs. William Davis. Miss Ruth McAfee, living be- twecn Lake Fork and Mount Pu- laski, along route 54, returned home Saturday from Chicago. She has been staying with her Phone 46 Mount Pulaski, Ill. Schahl Home For Funerals -- AIVlBULANCE SERVICE-- LATHAM, ILLINOIS PHONE 235 - MOUNT PULASKI JANUARY 15-31 Wl i, CULTI - MULCHER has this trode home and meon so much in accomplishing more ond better soil ieporatioa ore . , _,t . POWER them! Ask yo DUNHAM Deoler te skew o demonstrate the CULTI- MULCHER to yoe, ol )m'g see w it's yoar best buy. VAN'S IIVlPLEMENT CO. (Froehlich Farm Sales Bldg.) Phone 21 Mount Pulaski, IlL We usually think first of steam or electricity as the powers that mean progress for our economy. Yet these could not be without savings wisely in- vested in the industries that produce them. It is the function of your bank to help make your savings work for the good of all, while interest is also paid you on your deposits. FARMERS RANK Member Federal Deposit Corporatibn ! (ISS LC tied to C ! Church I