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EGnT IMPLEMENT DEALER ATTENDED FACTORY TOUR OF COMPANY Fred Froehlich, Massey-Harris dealer at Mount Pulaski has just returned from the Massey-Harris factory at Racine, Wis., where a series of dealer factory tours are currently being held. Mr. Froeh- llch participated in an interest- ing two-day program which in- eluded tours of the modern trac- tor and implement plant, a serv- ice shop presentation and dis- play, and preview of new engi- neering developments. A banquet honoring the visiting dealers was held the first night of the pro- gram at which time H. H. Bloom, President, spoke on 'What's In View For '51". The new Masey- Harris tractor movie, "A World of Power" was also shown to the group. With other dealers from Illi- nois, Pennsylvania, Massachus- etts, and Connecticut, Mr. Froeh- lich was welcomed on arrival by L. . Sweeney, Vice President, Sales, and then swung into a fast moving schedule. Head office sales officials introduced new Massey-Harris machines . . . the No. 2 Forage Clipper, hay baler, and the L. P. tractor. Guided tours behind the scenes of the TI MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- N EWS, MOUNT PULASKL ILLINOIS  HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. A. C. Kolp was admitted to the Deaconess hospital in Lin- coln Wednesday of last week, as a medical patient. Louie Rentschler of Chestnut, was a medical patient several days in the Deaconess hospital in Lincoln. Martin F. Gleason of Elkhart, was admitted to the St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, Monday, for surgery. Mrs. Edward Reichle of Beason was taken to the Deaconess hos- pital, Lincoln, on Sunday, as a surgical patient. AUXILIARY CARD PARTY WAS WELL ATTENDED The card party held in the Legion Home Monday night, Jan. 22, under the sponsorship of the Auxiliary, was well attended and members are grateful to every- one present. The party was giv- en for the benefit of the child- ren in the Soldier's and Sailors' Home at Normal. Following cards, a lunch was served. Prizes were awarded as fol- lows: - Pinochle: Harold Haynes, Mrs. David Connolley. Five Hundred: Mrs. Walter A. Schafer. Bridge: Mrs. Claude Litetrly. Canasta: Oscar Fleagle. Door Prize: Mrs. Louis Sams. tractor plant highlighted the tour program and the group was vis- ibly impressed by modern mass production machines and the humming assembly lines. Mr. FORMER RESIDENT'S Froehlich mentioned that a new l PIG'rURE IN MAGAZINE tractor rolls off the assembly The February issue of the CHESTNUT HOME BUREAU MEETS The Chestnut Home Bureau met Wednesday, Jan. 17, at 10:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Edward Fetzer, east of Chestnut, with Mrs Ralph Aughenbaugh co-hostess. The meeting opened with the minor lesson on "Soft Meringues" presented by Mrs. Merritt Wil- liams. Following the luncheon the county home adviser, Mrs. Mabel Albrecht, of Lincoln, gave a talk on "World Affairs of In- e " terest to Homemak rs. Guests of the day were Mrs. H. F. Roos of Havana; Mrs. Rob- ert Volle, Springfield; Mrs. Ever- ett Stoll, Chestnut. The next meeting will begin at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21 at the home of Mrs. Paul Dahmm with Mrs. Wilbur G. Smith the co-hostess. Mrs. Walter Richner and Mrs. Edward Fetzer will give i the major lesson, "Variations of I Yeast Breads," and Mrs. Richard t Stoll will give the minor lesson on "Picture Appreciation." [ Mrs. Edward Fetzer, Sec'y. I According to my Father. They never yell, or lose their hats Or fight, or be a bother. "Other children," Father says Speak when they're spoken to; They answer "Please" and THUSSDAY, JANUAIrr 25, line every 3 minutes and that Massey- Harris manufacturers tractors in 28 models in six pow- er sizes. A tour of the repair parts department was included in the intinerary as well as a visit to the Advertising, Merchandising, and Engineering Departments. Mr. Froehlich also added that more than 1800 dealers, their wives and employees are to vis- it the Massey-Harris plant dur- ing the dealers tours which will be held weekly through the first of March. MRS CHARLES PEDDICORD DIED IN SPRINGFIELD Mrs. Ollie Peddicord, 74, wife ,of Charles H. Peddicord, 727 No. "Daniel street, Springfield, Ill., died at the residence at 6:15 p. :, m.' Sunday, Jan. 217, 1951. Funeral services were held in the 'Ellinger & Kunz funeral homeAn Springfield, at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 24. Burial was : in Laenna cemetery west of Clestnut. Phone Us Your News! "Holiday" Magazine, on pages 110 and 111, contains six color- ed pictures taken on the famous Gallagher Ranch, a 10,000 acre haven for sports lovers. The ranch is located 20 miles from San Antonio, Texas. In one of the pictures appear Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stone of San Antonio. Mrs. Stone was the former Lucile Maddox, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Maddox of Mount Pulaski. She is a gradu- ate of the Mount Pulaski town- ship high school and has been living in Texas over two years. DR. H. H. MADDOX OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 301 S. Washinon St. Ome Hours: 9-$0 am. to 12 1:$0 p.m. to 5 p.m. Phone 84 Mount Pulaski Let's go to Sunday 3hool and church, Sunday. Don't forget to replace your receiver on the cradle properly, or hang up your receiver after making a call. You would be surprised to know how many times this happens and it sometimes makes it neces- sary to cut off your circuit until the .re- ceiver is put back properly. This means that you will be without service temporarily  folks won't be able to call you and you won't be able to get Central, until they find out you have put your receiver back properly. "Thank you" The way I'm s'posed to do. I'm sorry for my Father, ! Just sorry as can be; He knows such lovely 'Hen gets stuck xqth one me. PAUL E. DAVIS (Better known as "Mike") CANDIDATE FOR HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP Have had 15 or more years experience working on roads "with the Logan County Highway Department and the Mount Pulaski Township roads. Was Foreman over 97 men in Logan County Dept. in 1935 - 1936. -- IF ELECTED I WILL WORK -- WILL APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT Democratic Caucus Saturday, Feb, 17, 1951 Between hours 12 noon to 4 p.m. ., " THE. BACK ' THE Rdld INDUSTRY PIONEERE IN THE ABOPTION OF THE PUNCH CAR TABULATING MACHINE. THE FIRST COM- MgggMl USE OF Sl/62/a MACHINE WAS' MAE BY AN AMERICAN RAILROAD IN 186 --..--.,..,,,..lrZ.. v  It I f'li" :ll,l i|l|ll$tt|tttltlltf o, ENGINE CREWS OF LONG-W57"ANCE TRAINS IN RU$.IA ARE RE- SPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING AS WElL AS FOR RUNNING THEIR ENGINES IN CASE OF A BREAK- 90WN THEIR PAY STOPS. PULLMAN / WORTH iMEAfBERING... IN WORLD WAR U RAILROABS 8ANBLEa MORE THAN 90 PER CENT OF/1 THE WAR FREIGHT ANB 97 PER OF ALL THE ORGANIZE MILITARY TRdVEl. 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