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REBESAHS INSTAL NEW OFFHCERS Central Rebekah Lodge No. 313, Mount Pulaski, held installation of officers in the Odd Fellows hall at the regular meeting on Friday night, Jan. 19. The fol- lowing were installed:- Noble Grand: Mrs. Frank Hutchison. Vice Grand: Mrs. Dean Scott. Recording Secretary: Mrs. Mar- n Bowles. i Financial Secretary: Mrs. C. H. Leckbee. Treasurer: Mrs. Mae Connolley. Warden: Mrs. Leslie DePoister. Conductor: Mrs. Dale Boyd. I. S. Guardian: Mrs. John Start- ton. O. S. Guardian: Mrs. Arie Deib- ert. PS.N.G.: Mrs. Jasper Veech. - L.S.N.G.: Mrs. Mrs. Cora Lipp. R.S.V.G.: Mrs. Win. F. Binder. L.S.V.G.: Mrs. Elmer Mier. Chaplain: Mrs. John Gulso. Musician: Miss Nelle Vande- The installing officers were: Deputy President: Mrs. Marvin Bowle Deputy Marshal: Mrs. William F. Binder. Deputy Sec'y.: Mrs. J. A. Veech. Deputy Treas.: Mrs. Sarah Wel- Deputy Warden: Mrs. Bessie Installing Musician: Mrs. J. H. Chaplain: Mrs. Elmer Mier. APPRECIATION The members of the Parent- Teaeher Ass'n. of the Mount Pu- |sskt Consolidated Grade School wish to express their appreci- to the public for their pat- nage, to all the parents and for the donations of food and to all other persons who in any way to make our the success that it was. the proceeds of this sup- we have purchased a Bari- horn, which will be a gift the school. 1370 1951 You'll rub your hands glee over the depend- able merchandise you get at Ingrain Bros. Stop in and our line.up for your proof of this ad will in this ad next week I HARMONY - AUSTIN COMMUNITY NEWS Russell Littles' have a new '51 car in place of their other one which was badly burned in the Nolan garage fire in Decatur, re- cently. Mr. and Mrs. John Endras of New Philadelphia were guests of Rev. Duttons, Thursday and Fri- day. Our mail carrier, J. B. Allison was on the route again Wednes- day. He and his wife returned on Tuesday from a visit with their daughter in Florida. Mrs. Howard Heft visited her daughter, Mrs. Win. Brown, at Ridgefarm from Wednesday un- til Sunday. George Heft and ram ily went for dinner Sunday and she returned home with them. Mrs. M. Witt of Rockford and Mrs. K. Brooks of Robinson, call- ed here Wednesday while their husband's attended a Pastor's conference in Decatur. The Witt's are holding a two-week's meet- ing for Rev. Brooks. Mrs. Jean Vetter of Gettys- burg, S. D. is visiting in the J. T. Johnston home. She flew down a few days ago to be with Mrs. Minnie Nowlin in Maroa, who suffered a heart attack. She was taken to the Decatur and Macon County hospital Friday for com- plete rest and quiet Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Coe, her brother and wife of Clear Lake, Iowa, visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnston Saturday to Monday. They were enroute home from a trip to Florida. Neil Goretzke visited his sis- ter and family in California a . i week. Returned to be inducted in- to the army in St. Louis, Mo. last Tuesday. One of 30 men from the county. Junior Marshall will stay with his father and help care for Neil's hogs. Mrs. Myrtle Berry of Olney, and Linn O. Rau, were married Friday, Jan. 12, in the M. E. par- sonage in McLeansboro by Rev. F. F. Ottis. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Birk of West Salem were attend- ants. They left on a trip to Hous- ton, Texas to visit his daughter, Helen Rau, and then on to Cali- fornia. The bride has kept house for Mr. Rau and his son, the past year. Rev. B. C. Dutton was able to occupy his pulpit Sunday after a siege of Intestional flu. Next Sunday night, Dr. Landis, the new Conference Superintendent, i will deliver the sermon. Follow. I ing the service the Young Peopl- es meeting will have a represen-i tative of Indiana Central College[ present. [ H. 3ohnston and Joe Goretzke attended a big hog sale near Chicago Saturday, and purchas- ed three hogs. Sylvan Gepfords' spent Snday evening at Helen Heiserman's. Mrs. W. O. Galloway spent Fri- day afternoon with H. Kerwood. Lots of pasture and roughage cuts cost of gain on steers. STAR MAKES OWN HANDBAG NEW YORK--Jane Wyatt, star. J ring in the Jack L. Warner, Jr.'i p:oduction "The Man Who Cheated i Himself," beats the high cost of living--and has fun doing itwith the new "FRAME-N-ALL" kit, product of the Roberta Handb Company here. Her finished bag ts completely handmade  and tak practically no time to make. Thrifty and packed with fun, it is available at a dollar in three styles, each with costly metal romp frame, decorative metal H and accessories, and illustrated step- oy.sep cutting and sewing imstrua tions. HUFFlVIAN, FORMER RESIDENT, DIED IN N. DAKOTA Mrs. Harriet Mae Huffman, a former resident of Mount Pulaski vicinity, died Tuesday, Jan. 16, 1951, in her home in Cogswell, North Dakota. She was aged 78 years, 8 months and 18 days. Harriet Mae Tomlinson was born near New Salem, in the vi- cinity of Petersburg, Ill., a dau- ghter of Joseph and Sarah Moore Tomlinson. On July 29, 1896, she married James Huffman. They lived for several years along Salt Creek, three miles north of Mt. Pulaski, where he passed away about 20 years ago. Mrs. Huff- man then moved to Broadwell, remaining there for three years after which she located in North Dakota 16 years ago, living with her son, Silas. Decedent is survived by the following children: Dwight, of Camden, Ill.; Mrs. Alma Bred. mier, Oak N. D.; Silas, of Cogs- well; and Mrs. Myrian Hahn, of Liberty, Minn; one brother, Sher- man Tomlinson, Petersburg, Ill. A son, Oliver, is deceased. Mrs. Huffman was a member of the Christian church. The remains arrived in Mount Pulaski Saturday morning over the I. C. railroad, and were tak- en to the Schahl funeral home where funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 21, con- ducted by Rev. Loren Emerson of Cogswell. Two hymns, ''he Old Rugged Cross" and "Abide With Me" were sung by Paul R. Moore, xth Mrs. I. H. Stuart at the piano. Burial was in the Steenbergen cemetery four miles southwest of Mount Pulaski. Pallbearers were: Lester Cummins, Orval Wiseman, Elmer McMulmen, Leigh, Lawr- ence and EIwood Bradenberg. CHARTERING BUS FEB. 6 ON TRIP TO URBANA Members of the Logan County Home Bureau are chartering a bus on Tuesday, Feb. 6, for a trip to the University of Illinois, during Farm and Home Week. The bus will leave Lincoln at 8 a.m. and return at 8 p.m. The fare will be about $2.00. Reserva- tions may be made for lunch at $1,25. Anyone wishing to go from Mt. Pulaski Home Bureau Units 1 and 2, should make reservations with Mrs. Edward Ruwe or Mrs. Orville Downing, by not later than Tuesday, January 30th. The 50th annual Farm and Home Week at the U. of I. college of Agriculture will be held Feb. 5 through 8, Appetite Back; Thanks Hadacol HADACOL Supplies Vitamins ILl, B,, Niacin and Iron Which Her System Lacked, WAVES VISIT AT FROEHLICH HOME Frede Froehlich was pleasant- ly surprised on Wednesday of last week by the unexpected vis- it of Lt. Virginia McKinley and Lt. Micky Myrick, serving in the WAVES Corps, U. S. Navy. The girls w'ere enroute to San Fran- cisco, Calif. Lt. Myrick is on her way to new duties at Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, Hawiian Islands, and Lt. McKinley, stationed at Great Lakes, Ill., is on a 12-day leave to accompany her friend to the west coast, remaining with her a short time until she gets her transportation to the islands. The three had been friends' while Frede was still in the Navy and stationed in Washington, D.j C. They worked at the same type of jobs at the Communication Station there during 1947 and 1948. The brief visit in the city came as the result of a long l time promise by the girls to call here should the Nax-y ever get them near enough. Pictures and News are Always' appreciated. According to Sara Lorfine Beck, Box 253, Coker, Alabama. when a person is only 15 years old and feels terrible, can't eat or sleep the way they should, it's mighty bad. That is the w & Loraine says she used to feeI. but that was, f course, be. fore she start. ed taking HAD- ACOL. Loraine found that tak- ng RAI)ACOL elphd her sys- em overcome deficiencies in Vitamins B,, B,, Niacin and Iron, which FIADACOL :ontains. Here is Loraine Beck's own tatement: "I was run-down. ick and skinny, and weighed only 90 pounds before I used KADACOL. I would not eat be- cause I had no appetite. Now l weigh 123 pounds and have an appetite. I feel s lot better. I have been taking HADACOL 10 months and am still taking it. l am 15 years old. HADACOL has done me lots of good." WORDS OF APPRECIATION I wish to express my appreciation to all my friends and relatives for lovely cards, letters, flowers, etc. received while I was a hospital patient and since convalescing at home. Mrs. Lawrence Ferry, Latham, Illinoi IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Emil 1 Wachter, who passed away one year ago today, Thursday, Jan. 25th. Wife and Daughter START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT... Make a resolution now! Have your hair taken care of by ex- perienced operators. Complete beauty service with just the right permanent for your hair, starting at $6.00, including hair.cut, shampoo and hair style. BOBBIE BEAUTY SHOP Over Kresges Lincoln Phone 871 Ruby Crum vii i i Consult us about your Insurance Needs. We are Specialists in our line the same as your Doctor or Attorney in his line. Don't take a chance See that your Insurance is properly written ENNIS. A. DOWNING INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance and Real Estate Broker Phone 13  Mount Pulaski, Illinois It's Just Like Pulling Dollars Out of a Hat When You Trade At The Western Auto Associate Store ,DALE NEAVILLE, Proprietor ALL NOW IS PEACE Arid for a departing loved one you want the finest care regardless of the amount you can afford  this personal attention you find here. Our services are reasonable and the conveniences of our home will add much to your consolation in your hour of sorrow. AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT Schahl Funeral Home Phone 235