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il L !i!i : t: LOCAL- HAPPENINGS KENNESAW RENNER WORK- ING IN BURLINGTON, I Mr. and Mrs. Kennesaw Renner and son occupy the old Tutwiler property on North Washington street. Mr. Renner is employed away trove home at present in government work. He had been at Chanute Aviation Field near Ran- toul operating a crane, but was transferred last week to Burling- ton, Iowa, on the same duties. FUTURE BRIDE HONOR GUEST kT TEA In Lincoln Thursday evening, Jan. 23, Miss Lois Virginia Dunk- .elburg of that city, a future bride, was honored at a dessert tea in the home of Mrs. A. H. Larison. She will become the bride of Wal- ter Marion Robson, Mount Pulas- ki Times-News photographer, on Friday, Feb. 14. The young iady was showered with kitchen uten- sils in red and white to match the planned color scheme of her kitchen. The gifts were present- ed her in a parcel post package. The group played bridge. Tallies for the guests were dainty valen- tines, and the valentine color scheme was carried out in the table decorations. Tiny nut cups were made of lace and red ribbon. Small individual cakes bore red hearts, and red candies and red and white flowers centered the table. LIBRARY CLUB WILL MEET NEXT TUESDAY The Mount Pulaski Library Club will meet in the library rooms at 2:30 p. nL Tuesday, Feb. 4th, for the next regular meet- tug, the hostesses to be Mrs. Eliz- abeth Voile, Mrs. C/eoorge A. Volo le, Mrs. Chris Weller and Mrs. G. F. Wait. The program will include a book review and musical num- bers. ANNUAL INSPECTION BEING HELD TODAY The annual inspection of Mount Pulaski Commandery No. 39, Knights Templar, is being held Thursday, Jan. 30, in Mason- ic hall, nder direction of Sir Knight John Levett, of Chicago, Eminent Erand Sword Bearer of t h e Grand Commandery o f Knights Templar of Illlnoi The Order of Temple beg t 2:30 p. m., and will be followed with din- ner &t 6 p..m., and inspection at 7:30 p. n Theodore York Bruce is commander, and Ennis A. Downing the recorder. CBTORD G. LINDSEY BUYS CITY PROPERTY Clifford G. IAndsey, manager of the Tomlinson Siding C.Opera- tive Elevator Co., with elevator located on the Springfield division of the Illinois Central, two miles northeast of city, has purchased the modern one-story frame resi- dence on North Belmont street rom Mrs. Frances Tomliuson, and LABORATORY TESTED Free Burning - Low Ash .High Heat -- Correctly Sized MO PULASKI T][M].N]gW MOUNT noved there last week from the old Rupp property on North Vine street. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Shive- ly and daughter, who occupied the Tomlinson place, moved to an apartment in the Times-News building. FAREWELL TENDERED MISS MARION BUCHANAN At the home of Mrs. Lillian Goetz and daughter, Miss Mary Elizabeth, on Marion street Thurs- day evening, Jan. 23, a fareweId ary was given by members of the township high school faculty in honor of Miss Marion Buchan- an of Springfield, Missouri, Eng- lish and French instructor here since 1938, who resigned her Mount Pulaski position to accept a 1Lke one in the large high school in Benton Harbor, Michigan. Miss i Buchanan departed Saturday for that city along the east shore of Lake Michigan to begin her new duties. The young lady made many friends in this city. Her school work was excellent, and it is With regret that the faculty members and others see her leave here. Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll, who for- mexly occupied this township high school position as Miss Cleda Nit- zel of Normal, is filling the vacan- Icy until a new instructor is ap- pointed. I GOOD WILL SOCIETY TO J MEET WEDNESDAY The Good Will Society of St. Thoavm.s Aquinas Catholic church will meet at 1:30 p. m. Wednes- day, Feb. 5, With Mrs. Ralph Welsh at her home in the apart- ment above Kenneth Stoli's radio and tire store on the south side of the square. WOIK COerINUES IN CITY FOR RED CROSS Another group of women of Mount Pulaski and cmnmunity met in. the township high school Monday afternoon and continuedl the Red Cross sewing and knit- tang, finishing ten women's dress- es. From 15 to 20 women are do- ing knitting at home. Those present Monday were Mesdames Harvey Robinson, Til- lie England, August H. Hahn orge J. Smith, Chris Weiler Cbuncey E. Glose, Wilford Lo. gen, George E. Schald, Edward Gulso, Frank Mann, Rachel Trox- ell, Karl Dittus, Fred G. Mayer, St., Herman Helm, John E. Bowles, Clarence E. West, Neal A ILLINOIS THURSDAY, JANUARY $0, 'shape. 5 inches of snow here the dre !rs'.n Willis Gaffney and past week. Mr. and Mrs. ReU Moore and! Rev. Porter of the little son Jackie of Peoria spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moore. Mrs. Lewis Gasaway of near Latham spent Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday with Mrs. Win. Pet- ers who has been very poorly for the past four weeks. At present she is better. Mr. and Mrs. O. L, Piatt of Hartsburg spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pi- art and Mrs. Chloe Jenner. Christian church will be here en day night, Feb. 9, to speak  D people. Let everybody co 5 hear him. wq George Mason of Lincoln  L ed here Monday night. 2 Dr. C. M. Merriman of  ] Pulaski was here on bt Tuesday. Len Albert made a busing: fir to Mount Pulaski Tuesday. = A F. Dillsaver super. ' I le Mount Pulaski, was here on to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fuiten and  ness Tuesday. Several froan here shoppd fo family of Lincoln spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Laura LincIn Thursday. Fuiten and family. Nick Anderson of Clinto du and i here on business Thursday. ro Mr. and Mrs. Otie Bryant ! Earl Lercher was a Mou-on two children and Mr. Charles Ta- !laski shopper Thursday too# S b Or of Lincoln were in Springfield Jack Coats has been co tu Saturday on business. his home here due to a fall 1 i Mr. and Mrs. Willis GaffneY:this week here in town. and two children spent Sunday Several from here shop to: afternoon in Lincoln with her par- Mount Pulaski and Lincol re: ents Mr. and Mrs. James Robin- . - : ' i auraay. re Blonde Dorothy Claire is the i sn" , t Henry ..on was a Sc dimpled derlng of he Glenn J The Young People s Sunday shopper Saturday. co Miller fans since her- succession to I School class met at the home of !  ne [Mr. and Mrs. Harry Milner in I NYLON PRODUCTIOI the spotlight as Miller's star [Mount Pulaski last Friday night, I Speeding up production, ar songstress, replacing Marion Hut- ton. Heard thrice weekly over J Jan. 24, with 20 members and vis- yar n factories expect to tur w( Columbia network on M;Iier's !itors present. The evening was 16,000,000 pounds a year I he "Moonlight Serenade" programs, spent playing gmnes, and lunch iend of 1942.  br Dorothy won her first singing con- was served of sandwich egg ni an test at the age f six" Tw f her tast and cffee" Thse present:i  O sisters are also singing currently Members---Frances and Darrell i ?o.elieve an with blg-nme bends. Neal, Louise and Dale Fuiten, Del- I Misery e?... la Mae and Harold Koehlar. Mr. [ -- '--., d : li' Herman Bohn, Wayne to!--IP'6" Monday on children's dresses and Febus, Cene Peterson, Bill Hawk, sweaters. V UQLIID.TALETS. SALV. NOSE LAKE FORK MRS. HARRY PIATT Correspondent Mr. Llnza Poe celebrated his 74th birthday here Jan 25th. Mr. Poe is very active for his age and is still able to make his visits to the business section every day. Since the depot at Cornland closed a few weeks ago all busi- ness from there for the railroad is done here through this office. Mr. C. I Frazier, agent and Knight of the Key here is kept busy but still finds time to have his jokes With the old men here. He is very much improved in health since he came here. He is liked by all here and never sees a stranger -- he Clarissa McAfee, Gretchen Flinn, rtilis Moore; Visitors---Mr. and HERBERT LENZ Lincoln's Leading Optometrist and Manufacturing Optician 510 Broadway GUISO, Herman Wood, Jasper knows them all. Veech, Wilbur E. StolL Misses An- The snow plow from Lincoln ,/l%lyr na chafer, and Emar Hagen- was here at 9 a. m. Sunday morn- buch. ing clearing the snow" from the There will be more work next roads which put them in fine DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP LOGAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS Saturday, February 15 FROM 2 TO 4 P. M. AT REGULAR POLLING PLACES FOR SUPERVISOR -- ASSESSOR TOWN CLERK -- CONSTABLE(2) JUSTICE OF THE PEACE (2) Candidates names must be given to Township Clerk by February II, 1941 to be put on ballot. K. M. ANDERSON Vi !de iof te: i rnf SU Lincoln, III. Phone I, I N. /IN00/J / !\\; What part are banks \\;i i playing m to national ; d,fense program? on HEY are providing the all-im- portant credit that makes the wheels of industry tam. The Ameri- can banking system is on record as being ready and willing to do its full share. This bank welcomes loan ap- p.lications for defense or other sound 17 ithi Ar :|ef th, p.u .pos E i J. H. STUART STOLL . o lie go. s.s. PATTERSON Precinct Commiffeemen. The First National Mount Pulaski, Illinds