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i !OmrT ',IAL HAPPENINGS JUNIOR WOlVL%N'S CLUB MEETS %VEDNESDAY The next regular meeting of the Motmt Pulaski Junior Woman's Club will be held "Wednesday eve- ning, Feb. , with Miss Juanita Vail as hostess, and Miss VCanda Schroth as program chairman. A talk on "Civil Service and Legis- lation" will be given by Ernest Brandenburg of Lincoln. SURPRISE GIVEN MRS. MARGARET (YPH.AtDT A group of people of Mount Pu- laski and vicinity tendered Mrs. Margaret Ophardt a surprise sup- per Sunday evening, Jan. 26, at her home in Lincoln. Following supper 500 was played. Mrs. Op- hardt formerly lived two miles west of Mount Pulaski. The unexpected guests ificlud- ed Mr. and Mrs. Steve S. Patter- son, Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Brooker and son Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Tendick, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Broughton, Mr. and Mrs. John Starr, Miss Eva Starr, Mr. and Mrs. Abner Jackson and family, Miss tmogene Oglesby, Miss Clonda Bohn, Miss May Lindsey. Regrets were received lrom Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hahn and daughter Mary Lee. MOUNT PULASKI [MF, S-N'EW MOUNT PULA,I. ILLINOIS THURSDAY, JANUARY SO, Newly Elected Officers of Royal Neighbors Insailed find his death Mrs. Allen i her declining years with her i dren. tl.___ ( s. Allen is survived by _ following daughters and so ' A 1 N[rs Joseph Wright Ernest a at Clifton Allen, Lincoln; Roscoe t3off e len Mount Pulaski" Mrs Waa Ke'gley, Irwin, Ten'm; Alfred AI:._ s. i Peoria' Lloyd Allen, Pekin' Mr '- i Thomas Phillips, Latham. Th: are 30 grandchildren and fe r : great grandchildren. I ., M , She also leaves three step-cl,:iec t dren, namely: Att. Allen, Lincol:h^. Allen, Portland, ,,{aine; ai:h:: r Robert Allen Ir'in Tenn ' itt !sister Mrs Minnie 'Fuiten"  ' "" , '  Th iBernardino CalL.- and a h brother, George Stokes, Cornlan The body was removed to -- "tl  Goff funeral home in Lincoln. 111 Funeral services for Mrs M  First christian church in Linco a] the pastor R6v Earl Hargrove, i" Front row: Mrs. Dan Btackford, Mrs. Lotfie Hhn, Mrs. Frank Renfsh!er. Mrs. Dan E,"'s, Mrs. Rus- ' " ,-,,,ns charge. Burial in Mount PulaS . ' sell Ross, Mrs. Uriah Tendick. Middle row: Mrs. Ceci Buckles, Mrs. Glenn Oq:esbv, Mrs. Rachei TroxeJ, ': A Mrs. Elmer Mier, Mrs. Ed Goddard. Back row: Mrs. Orville Gasaway, Mrs. Car! Lipp, Mrs. Eiiis Down- inq, Mrs. Arthur Baumgardf, Mrs. R. Bertoni. WALTER TOMX,INSON BUYS THE EVANS PROPERTY Mr. and M. Walter Tomliuson, whose farm residence three miles I office SPORTSMEN'S CLUB TO MEET MONDAY NIGHT he next regular busineSS meet- ing of Mount Pulaski chapter of tle Logan County Sportsmen's Club will be held in the city clerk's at 7:30 p. m. Monday, Feb. 3. At this time membership cards for 1941 will be distributed to all those who have paid their annual dues, and the drive for members will )e launched. The goal i set for 250. Mr. Parker of Lincoln will be present to show his moving pic- tures of fishing and hunting trips made in recent years, and will make a short talk on club work. The recent snow make it im- perative that sportsmen and farm- ers co-operate in feeding the game birds. Feeders are still available at Ey's bakery, and we urge that grain be put out to feed the birds, which are now deprived of their natural feed. east of city burned down last spring, have been occupying a George Millard property on North Gmxlen street for several months. Last week they purchased the Mrs. Hester A. Evans home on North Vine street, and will move there as soon as the present oc- cupants, Mr. and iW_rs. Robert D. Aitehison, find a suitable location. ATTENDED MEETING IN SPRINGFIELD Wilert H. Sehahl and sister, MiSs Norma, were in Springfield Monday evening and attended the January meeting of the Illinois Funeral Dvectors Association, district ten, held in the Elks Club. The steak dinner at 6:30 o'clock was followed by a business ses- sion and program. An address was given on "Americanism" by Rev. William W. Cutlip, pastor of the Carlin- ville Methodist church. Rev. Cut- li was born in Lincoln, attended the schools there, also Lincoln College. Mr. and Mrs. John Geyer and Miss Margaret Geyer, living South- east of T.he city, went to Chicago Monday to attend the funeral of a relatives, Herman Krueger. M!ss Geyer also visited an aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Harw:ig. All returned home Tuesday.evening. The next meeting will be held A thick rug or a rubber mat in Sringfield on Ionday, Feb. beneath the feet when ironing 24. means less fatigue. I Ii Jesus, SaVour. pilot me .di':;': q, . ,z:.: '';.. \\;\ ] I k "" Uver hie s tempestuous sea. ' l'!  \\;\]l' Unlmown waves De[ore me roll '. IdF,zf" Hidinl,,clandlreacherousshoaI: , 't  %% Chart sndcompass come [rom Thee, \\; .qlf;' %- f]l :o o; U\\;. 00.eu0000ous . t ' ": ". ; TWO HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS WANT WORK Two sisters who are attending Mount Pulaski high school are go- ing to need a place to board and room the first of March if they are to continue their school work here. Their parents are moving into another community and they very much desire to remain in the school here until this term is fin- Former Resident Dies at Lincoln Mrs. Margaret Caroline Allen. aged 71 years, a former resident of Mount Pulaski, died at 2:50 a. m. Tuesday, Jan. 28, 1941, in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jo- seph VCright, 330 Fifth street, Lincoln, Ill., after an illness of cemetery. The change was made to pe nd the arrival of children from cano i fornia. Seigh he r FOUNDER OF SINGLNG aro m ORGANIZATION DIES i m Otis R. Hastyfi 75, Elgin mauf t facturer and inventor, and fo.-ne der of the Allotted Time QUaDc a nationally known vocal groul.rom died at his hovae in that city J 22. The quartet was on many rg dio broadcasts. J Four years ago he formed tlfli o singing group, one of the mn  5ers being Mayo Haas, brother ida Mrs. Louis F. Weidenbacher _ C. Mount Pulaski. Mr. Haas is W. three weeks. ished. They will appreciate any- She was born Nov. 16, 1869, in one's offering them a chance to Lewistown, Tennessee, a daugh- work for their board and room. I ter of Thomas and Cynthia The young ladles would be a istokes. During the year 1887 known in this city.  worthwhile addition o any house-!she married Villiarn Allen of It'-I [eun hold. Inquiry may be made to win, Tennessee: Moving to Illinois I SEEMS TO BE DOLrBTFUL lk-s. Prof. Hargis or the Times-News. I the favnily lived in Latham for A funeral notation in a near'-hal !some time, and then located in daily this week carried the follolle, ATTENDED MEETING IN i . . ' Mount PulaskL hying here a num- iing: "Songs used were 'No Oflhh BLOOMINGTON TUESDAY i !ber of years, her husband dying Cares For Me But Jesus'  Mrs. George S. Connelly, chair- in this city Nov. 3, 1935. Follow- 'Does Jesus Care'." man of the music department of the Mount Pulaski Woman's Club, and director of the club chorus, was in Bloomington Tuesday and joined with members from sixteen communities in the 17th district of the Illinois Federation of Wom- en's Clubs for the joint celebra- tion of the 25th anniversary of the district and the golden jubilee of the general federation. There were 217 registered. The Bloom- ington Woman's Club was the hostess grottp. T h e principal speaker was Dr. Francis W. Hib- ler of the Illinois State Normal University, Normal, his subject being "Problems of Adult Adjust- r,ents f' Mrs. E. J. Lehinan, director for Illinois in the general federation, gave a brief resume of the accom- plishments of the federation dur- ing its 50 years of organization. She told of the two million mem- bers in the United States and of the work being done, particularly in war relief assignments in for- eign countries. The luncheon was held in the Y. W. C. A. gymnasium, and served at gaily decorated tables. Covers were placed for 153 per- sons. For Shaves That Look And Feel Like "A Million," Try This New At Price! OU g good-look- ing, comfortable ahaves every time ... protect and Save money too.., face from smart when you use the new Thin , burn caused by misfit blades. Gillette Blade. 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