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rAG 10 Royal N ighb e ors ......... ;i Instal Officers One of the most impressive and enjoyable events in the year&apos;s ac- tivities of Protection Canp No. 1911, Royal Neighbors of Ameri- ca, Mount Pulaski, was the instal- lation of officers in Odd Fellows hall on Thursday night, Jan. 23, 1941. Mrs. Ellis C. Dowming acted in the capacity of installing offi- cer; Mrs. Cecil Buckles ceremon- ial marshal; Mrs. Elmer ]Iier. in- stalling chancellor; and Mrs. Ar- tlmr E. Baumgaxdt, installing mu- sician. The following elective and appointive officers were installed: Oracle--Mrs. Frank Rentschler. Past Oracle--Mrs. Russell Ross. Vice Oracle--Mrs. Elmer Mier. RecorderPMrs. Lottie Hahn. Receiver--Mrs. Glenn Oglesby. Marshal--Mrs. Carl Lipp. Assistant Marshal--Mrs. Dan W. Ellis. Inner Sentinel--Mrs. Edward T. Goddard. Outer Sentinel Mrs. Uriah Tendick. Manager--Mrs. Dan . Ellis. Faith--Mrs. Ellis C. Downing. Courage--Mrs. Rachel Troxell. Modesty--Mrs. Dan Blackford. Unselfishness -- M r s. Orville asaway. Endurance--Mrs. Cecil Buckles. Flag Bearer--Mrs. R. Bertoni. Mrs. Grace McDonald, chancel- lor was unable to be present on acmt of sickness, and will be installed late. At the conclusion of lodge work the many persons present spent the remainder of the evening in dancing, or playing cards. In Five Hundred the prizes were awarded to Mrs. Uriah Tendick and Mrs. Fayetta Ross, while in Pinochle the prizes went to Roy Buckles and Mrs. Harry Stringer, botl of [Ancoln. Lunch Time At Pease Demonstration Georqe Waddelt head Cook M. Tuley, Everett Purcell, C. BraHon, Charles Rease, Robert Brown, qot a workout when it came to servinq a bunch of hunqry farmers. Frank C. Pease Employees Line Up For Inspection B]]gTHDAY DINNER HELD AT ROOS HOME SUNDAY A birthday dinner was given Sunday at the home of Mr. and :Mrs. C. O. Roos between Chestnut and Beason in honor of their son, Charles, and little grandson, George Edward Ruwe. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cooper and daughter Patricia Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ruwe and son George Edward, of Mount Pulaski vicinity; Miss Anna Has- oebrock, of Chestnut; Mr. and Mrs" Fred Ruwe and Wilbur Ruwe Chof Be--n. orusS an g This qroup of men assisted in sfaqinq a McCormick-Deer;nq demonstration at Lafham Saturday. Left to rlqhf, front row: Junior Potter, Graver Woodrum, Robert Brown, Herschel Emerick, Anderson Altlson, Frank C. Pease. Back row: Wayne Baurnn, I. H. C. representative -- Frank Rensch, I. H. C. 'representatives Everett Purcell, Sam Mock, C. Braffon, Roy Miller, Geo. Waddetl, Norman Thaxton. at Illiopolis The Mount Pulaski THEATRE FRI. AND SAT. Jan. 31 & Feb: I "Three Men from Texas" with William Boyd - Russell Hayden Andv Clyde SUN. AND MON. Feb. 2 & 3 The Iilliopolis Dosrestic Science Club met at 2:30 p. m. Monday, Jan. 27, in the IUiopolis high school gymnasium, with a larger group than usual in attendance. The business meeting was fol- lowed by a style show, in which members had been asked to make a cotton print dress not to exceed ;1.25 in cost. The dresses were nodeled by the makers. Mrs. Ani- ta Hamel of Springfield acted as judge. rs. Helen Gueschank of Deca- "Ohristmas in July" Starring Dick Powell  Ellen Drew with Raymond Walburn ii WED. AND THURS. Feb. 5 & 6 Rosalind Russell- Brian Aherne Virqnia Bruce in "HIRED WIFE" with Robert Benchley - John Carroll tur gave an art and linen demon- Inniss--Miss Winifred Loeterle. stration. 1 Homer and Martin--Mr Geo. The Mount Pulaski Woman's A Volle Club chorus appeared on the ro-t " P i gram with two numbers, under '/ the direction of Mrs. C, eorge S. Connelly, and received many com- pliments. Twenty women made the trip to Illiopolis. ART UNIT MEETING FRIDAY, FEB. 7 The Art Unit of the Mount Pu- laski Woman's Club will meet at 2:10 p. m Friday, Feb. 7, at the home of Mrs. Lorah Z. Lipp on North Washington street. program will continue the study of Anerican artists, and will be as follows: H. C. "Tine" KECK Announces his Candidacy for the Nomination of SUPERVISOR OF MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP iiii iiiii i Subject to the Democrat Caucus Feb. 1S, 1940 THURSDAY, JANUARY 80, Four pictures by Oscar Rickords. Bellows and Jonas Lei ='MI Glover Matthew,. ! Ryder and Eakins Mrs. 0r Fur wald Brooker. d i BJhnlzuchho Sloan Mrs. Willia#1ome ' , :tesda A number of pictures hav. w been b<xrrowed from the State LFensb brary, Springfield, and will be eund hibited with the program. Mies ( Loetterle will also show some Ormade iginal drawings, rensb Lol DECATUR CO NI'R IBb'rE S 1858, KITCHEN TO BRITAL'N tero Rau A complete roiling kitchen, purGe m chased at a cost of $2,000 frock i in citywide contributions, was read a bla last Thursday for shipment tSeide embattled Great Britain as a giiis g from Decatur. later ] The kitchen will be equipped tSfarm feed 200 persons at a time, eith#26. 1 'by carrying cooked food to theiag e or by cooking it on the spot. man Of the money, $1,100 was raisf V,:. by a community treasure sheded l which split its earnings betwee# De British war relief and a Decathild  l hospital. The remainder was] I vate and club donations, er ar J The kitchen will be shipped icatu r I mediately, van; arr Distinctive FUNERAL SERVICE AMBULANCE SERVICE HERSHEY HOME Phone 83 or 90 Dr Margaret Lushbaugh CHIROPODIST  FOOT SPECIALIST 420 N. Lafayeffe St. PHONE 125 MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS 201 A Friendly FINANCE SERVICE For The Family or Individual. NATIONAL LOAN CO. Marcucci Bldg. Phone 600 Lincoln, Illinois.