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DAY. JANUARY 30, 1941 y and f the 10 rill be her*! to speak )ody col# .f Lincoln f Jght. man of ]j, e on b a busineSS Tuesday. , supervi# s here on  re shopp  I .ocal Events The Monday Night 500 club was entertained on Jan. 27 by Miss Della M. Anderson at her home on North Mason street. The honors i were awarded to Mrs. Wesley i Laughery and Miss Katie Volle. i Tke club will meet next with Mrs. Laughery. About 8:30 p. m. Friday the i fire department was called to the south part of city, where an auto- mobile had caught on fire from leaking alcohol. People rushing to the scene had the fire out be- fore the firemen arrived. Chauncey E. Glose resumed his of ClintoP duties Monday as carrier of rural ['hursday. route three after an absence of .s a Mout one weeX on account of illness. rsday me# Shelby E. Curtis acted as substi- )een confi# tute carrier. to a fall If town. Mrs. Mae Druhe left Saturday re shopl for her home in St. Iuis, Me., af- d Lincol ter a stay of three weeks with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. William A. ras a L$ Schwoerer. She canne here on ac- count of the illness and death of __ _ her cousin, Miss Mary Anna Lang. DUC'rIOlff M ..... t[ r. victor riallman of Chicago )duction arrived ' r Sunday evening for a aeCt =/ub week's visit in this vicinity with Y her mother Mrs. George Cullen, brother, Dean Cullen, and wife, and sister, Mrs. Edward Dittus, J Lutheran church will meet at 2:30 p. m. Wednesday, Feb. 5, with Mrs. Russell Shull at her home on East Cooke street. :Miss Mabel Sams of Chicago visited east of the city over Sun- day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sams. Mrs. Wilbur E. StoI1, president bone [0 Harry Van Hook of Chicago =. visited here Saturday and Sunday with his mother, Mrs. :Marie Van Hook. Frank Talmage left for Chica- 1/ A 'go Sunday afternoon on a short /2 /ll business trip in connection with ,/ /   "his clothing store M00,00Ru " IL i pp was home from \\;/!1 Chicago Saturday night and Sun- "(/] clay visiting her parents, Mr. and . t/ ] rs. George Rupp /[/. , // The Ladies Aid Society of St. / IJohn's Lutheran church wiU met " at 2 p. m. Thursday, Feb. 6th, at the home of Mrs. Albert F. Lipp on South Marion street Mr. and Mrs. Frank Copeland of this city, and Farm Adviser N. H. Anderson and wife, of Lincoln, left Friday morning for Indian- spells, Indiana, as delegates to the annual meeting of the Indian- apolis Producers' Association. On the afternoon of Wednee- ' daY, Janu. 22, Mrs. Albert F. Lipp / / TRIg2 ]IOI'E PI.AIIKI NgWI MOUNT PULASKI: n.l.INOl In CBS Drama ROY FRANKLIN UPP and vicinity with a number of rel- DIED IN CALIFORNIA atives, and are known to i creenstar PauleHe Goddard w;l[ be heard over Columbia net- work Sunday, Feb. 2, in the %creen Guild Theater" adapta- +ion of the great film hit, "Destry Rides Again." Miss Godcrd's role wilt be the one played by Marlene Dietrich on the screen. Heard w;th her will be Henry Fonda, Waiter Brennan, a n d Lloyd Nolan. entertained members of the Twen- tieth Century Club at her home on South Marion street. Five Hun- tired was the diversion, the prize awards going to Mrs..Alma M. Reinders, Miss Anna Fuhrer and Mrs. Charles F. Wagner. The club's next meeting will be held with Mrs. Clarence E. West. The Never-Grow-Old Society will meet at 2:30 p. m. Friday, Feb. 7, at the home of Mrs. Oran of the local Woman's Club, was O. Scroggin on West Jefferson in Bloomington Saturday and at-s t reeL tended a board meeting of the Circle A of the Woman's Soci 17th District Federation of We-!et-- o ............ : m , ..... y L lLnsan ervlce writ meet en mbs. She remained until at 2:30 p. m Thursday, Feb. 6, Sunday afternoon visiting in Nor-!with Mrs. Robert D. Aitchison ati real with her parents, Mr. and!her home on North Vine street. Mrs. j. E. Nitzel. The assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Eliza Dawson and Mrs. H. V. Wynd. Gilbert F. Spenler went to Chi- cago Tuesday night, shipping a mixed carload of cattle, hogs and sheep over the Illinois Central. Howard Oglesby of Decatur vis- ited in the city Tuesday with his mother, Mrs. Emma Oglesby, on North Marion street. SILKWORM'S YAIM)AGE A silkwora's cocoon is a con- tinuous silk thread 500 to 1,300 yards long. A.F. HPP INSURANCE arM|Ell OF ALL KINDS *** . ************ . 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Enil Fred Berkley, aged 40 1 He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. iY ears, a native of Mount Pulaski, i $18,850 LANG ESTATE IS Mell p. Upp, former residents of died in the Methodist hospital, Pe-  FILED FOR PROBATE Kilbourne, Illinois. Mr. Upp spent oria, Illinois, Thursday, Jan. 23, i Petition for letters of adminiso the greater part of his life in KiN 1941. I tration in the estate of the late bourne and Havana, going to CaN Decedent was born on Feb. 15, ! Miss Mary Anna Lang of Mount ifornia in recent years. His moth-i1900, in Mount Pulaski, a son of :Pulaski who died Jan. 13, was er was a sister of the late Alva M I ...... 'filed in the Logan county court in ^, ,, .... ,_.,_ ,..- "[Mr. and Mrs. Cnaries erkley. He Welts  u,, ua. a ........... Lincoln last week, listing person 1 ttenaea [ne local scnoots, ann in!a I property valued at $200 and Besides his wife decedent is sur- early manhood moved away from real estate at $18,650. A sister, rived by his father, of Riverside, !the city. Mrs. Margaret E. Schwoerer, of California; three brothers, R. W. i In Peoria during the year 1925, 'Mount Pulaski, was named adman Upp, of River Forest, Illinois; Mr. Berkley married Helen Graft. 'istratrix. She is sole heir. Walter D. Upp, of Chandlervllle, Residing in Peoria for a number Illinois; A. R. Upp, of Woodlake, of years, he was employed by the TREND TO SYNTHETIC? California; and two sisters, Mrs. Caterpillar Tractor Company. C. J. Carlson of Oak Park, Illi- The United States produced nois, and Mrs. A. P. Hurley, oft He is survived by his widow, 5,000,000 pounds of synthetic rttly- Riverside; and an aunt, Mrs. A. one daughter and one son; also a ber last year. A. Piddington, also of Riverside. Funeral services were held in Riverside on Saturday, Jan. 18, and interment made in the Ever- green cemetery, that city. Through many years the Upp family visited in Mount Pulaski GOFF FUNERAL HOME "TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" PHONE LINCOLN 1234 i Friday, Feb. 7 Mount Pulaski 10:30 a. m. MOURT PULASKI THEATRE C. F. Schafer Hdwe. Co.