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'!:%  i I"HURSDAY, JANUARY 80, 1941 tl MOUNT PULAMEI IEL'WSo MOU'IW FULASKI, II,LINOI8 IPAGZ -,,b.ssU lOlr11l lg CHESTNUT " All,TIM paign begins next Sunday till A J. _  ---- . .,v...., Easter. Let's make it 100 by . i m then. Uut Of 4 (Sams The Lutheran Fellowship Club MISS HATTIEKERWOOD met in Zion Lutheran church at 6 Correspondent ON DESTROYING LEAVES p. m_ Tuesday, Jan. 28, for a chili M Bonfires of leaves annually - supper. This was annual guest .' wings  es the i i "net no e que the n: "0 ail. the m note at ute and der and top. after Ii t?"--- 'aRK 'whim'7 Trim Pulaski Twice along sha00 and in spite of Friday night's loss, i The Chestnut Graders took two played fine ball and lost to a' games on the Chestnut court last!good, strong team. week from the Mount Pulaski i Chestnut's heavyweight team grades, the lightweights winning f l easily overcame Atlanta's squad 11 .to 6 and the heavyweights ov. ibut Atlanta threw up a very fine er'helmed the Mount Pulaski t heavyweights 30 to 12. I zone defense. The game was quite The lightweight game was well 'listless" with the Chestnut boys played and hotly contested. The ! many shots and playing Chestnut boys led 3 to 0 at the! Lstmas ball. The Red Raidez i were without their regular cent half and increased it begizming,Baker, who is on the sick list. the half. Mount Pulaski scored late in the thimd quarter. The I Sweaingen and Laws and Tay- Mount Pulaski lads were cormid-ilr played good ball for the visit- OlL erably off on free throws. Krueger I and Underhill showed well for the t HeaTwelghts-- visitors and for the Chestnut boys Chestnut (1S) leG. l. TI Heft, C. Letterle and /.mar. IHeft, f ............ 1 1 3 In the heavyweight game, the I Bowles, f ........... O 2 2 Chestnut team, after they began O. Letterle, f ....... 0 0 0 to get started, scored consistently Watson, c .......... 1 3 5 with Watson and BOwIes doing Matheny, g ......... 0 0 0 fine work. Mount Pulaski's ecor- Lamar, g ........... 0 mg was divided among Krueger, C. Letterie, g ....... 1 Hahn and McCaherty. Substitu- tions were numerous in this game. Totals 3 Lightweight  ........... Atlanta (3) FG. C'nestnut (11) FG. FT. T'! Billiter, 'f ........... 0 Keck, f ............. 0 0 0 Upton, f ............ 0 0. Letterle, f ........ 1 0 2 Swearingen, f ....... 0 0 0 Lamar, f ........... 2 0 4 Taylor, f ............ 0 0 0 McCann, f .......... 0 0 0 Laws, c ............. 0 0 0 Heft, c ............. I 1 3 Murphy, g ......... 0 1 I C. Letterle, c ........ 1 0 2 Behrends, g ......... 0 0 0 Eberhardt, g ......... 0 0 0 Johnson, g .......... 0 0 0 Matheny, g ......... 0 0 0 Williams, g ......... 0 0 0 Harmon, g .......... 1 0 2 ,er the  Totals ........... 5 1 11 still in Mount ki (6) FG. FT. Tq Mane , f ............ 0 0 0 Hatflel f .......... 0 0 0  hs " Lee' ft .............. 0 0 0 Krueger, c .......... 2 0 4 Buckles, g .......... 0 0 0 )ther  Underhill, g ......... 1 0 2 ling. ''- McCarty, g ......... 0 0 o 6 Totals ........... 3 0 rand( Heavyweight Game-- vindow  Chestnut (80) FG. ' FT. T'! , and | Bowles, f ........... 2 0 4 Watson, f ........... 6 1 13 'ou, rd Keck, f ............. 0 0 0 : Baker, c .2 0 4 Heft, c ............. 1 0 2 fel[o Matheny, g ......... 0 1 1 n your | R. Letterle, g ....... 2 0 4 ve wnt Lamar, g ............ 1 0 2 Totals .......... 14 2 30 Mount Pmaski (lS) FG. FT. TI / Meister, f .......... 0 0 0 Layma f .......... 0 0 0 ii: Krueger, c .......... 1 0 2 Hahn, c ............ 2 0 4 aJo I. Buckles, g ...... 0 0 0 Abel, g ............. 0 1 1 Underhill f on in -- ' ......... 1 0 2 The To00. ........... ]ather Referee---W. Schilling. Split With Atlanta Chestnut--On last Friday night the Chestnut Grades and the At- lanta Grades met and split even in their games, the local heavy- weights winning their ninth vic- tory of the season over Atlanta, "13 to 3, while the classy Atlanta lightweights finally downed the scrappy Chestnut boys 12 to 8 in a nip and tUck battle. The Atlan- ta lightweights are probably the best lightweight team in the unty but they had to give all ey had to pull out a win over the red shirred Chestnut boys. At half time the score wm 5 to 3 in favor of Atlanta. Murphy, Taylor .ed d Upton carried -tlanta's well- attack and for Chest- nut's Red Ratde Lamar, Heft and Letterle played fine b. Chestnut,s llgbtwelght team Totals ........... 1 Referee---W. Schilling. IAghtweights.-- Chestnut (8) FG. Lmr, f ' .I O. Letterle, f ....... 1 Keck, f ............. 0 Heft, c ............. 0 Matheny, g ......... O C. Letterle, g ....... 0 Koenlg, g .......... 0 Totals ........... 2 Atlanta (12) FG. mn_ed, f .......... Mm'phy, f ........ : l 2 Upton, c ............ 1 Taylor, g ........... 1 C. Hack, g .......... 0 warck, g ......... 0 FT. 21 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 0 0 yr. 2! 0 2 1 5 0 2 0 2 I 1 0 OI Sanger, f ........... 0 0 Oj TO ........... 5 2 Referee--Schilling; 0. Letterle. night, and quite a group was present. After supper had bebn served the regular btminess ses- sion was in order, and an electior of officers held. The pastor, Rev. PETIT JURY IS DRAWN TO APPEAR FEB. U At the court house in Lincoln Wednesday, jan. 22, a petit Jury ordered by Judge Frank S. Bey- an, was drawn to report for ser- vice in circuit court at 9 a. m. Feb. 11. Members of the jury from the south half of Logan county are as follow: Mount PtflasklMino AIUmch, Theresa Shanle, John H. Tendick, Louis F. Weidenbacher, Wlllard Kautz, William F. Stpckton. BeasonEarl Kinder, Mrs. Lora Sparks. EIkhartHugh Bryson, Jennie Berry, Emmett Murphy. F. W. Hein, had charge of the ed- uoational topic, after which a cial hour was enjoyed. The com- mittees were composed of the following: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stall, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rent- schler, Emiel Buehler, entertain- ment; Mr. and Mrs. lner Schaf- fenacer, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin 0 0 1 3 Mrs. Charles Schmidt, Mr. and I Mrs. Alvin Rentschler, Mr. and 7 13 Mrs. Edwin Johansen, daughters i Wanda Mae and Norms Jean, Mr. FT. T'i and Mrs. John Hassebrock, Mr. 0 01and Mrs. Fred W. Stoll, Faiel 0 0 ! Buehler. I Mr. and Mrs. Ward Beck and son Harland, of Whittier, Califor- nia, arrived in Chestnut last Thursday to visit fr several days with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Neuschafer. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Beccue, and Henry Dierker and daughter Marie, made an auto trip to Ef- 1 3 fingham last Thursday and visit- ed friends. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ruwe, living four miles west of Mount Pulaski, gave a pinochle party re- cently, and those frora Chestnut attending the pleasant affair were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stall, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Roos, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Leimbach, Mr. 8nd Mrs. Alvin Rentechler, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Schroth. 4 8 Dan LaZar, after an illness of several days, has resumed his du- ties as sohool janitor. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Zelle and daughter Dorothy were recent vis- itors in Chicago Heights with their son, Robert Zelle, and faro- fly. On the evening of Wednesday, Jan. 22, members of the Circle Eight Club were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Eberhardt. After enjoying a potluck supper at 6:30 o'clock, the group played pinochle, the prize awards going to Mrs. Edwin Rentschler and Raymond Lakin, while Mrs. La- kin received the traveling prize. Miss Dolores Ross of Peoria visited here recently with her aunt, Mrs. Audrey Ross. Leonard Walker leaves Thurs- day for aviation training at Kan- sas Cty. Esther Heft came home Thurs- day from Normal for semester stray thousands of dollars worth of humus, which the decallr leaves would otherwise add to garden soil. vacation. A 3 to 4 inch snow fell some time Thursday night between nidnigh and 5 a. m. More Satur- day night and Sunday, mist and fog. The Home Bureau unit was to meet Tuesday for pot luck dinner with Mrs. Ross Rau, but is post- Renthler, refreshments, poned till Friday, as Florence is, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Schroth sick with the flu. ' QUINTIIPLET$ of this local!ty entertained a Mrs. V. Hetzler and H. Kerwood [ group of rela_t|ves and fr|ends at I visited Mrs. Dora Gray and Essa I supper Tnursday evenmg, Jan. 23, ] Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. [ iT Li  after which pinochle was the di-IHoward Gray were to return Sun- version. Those present were Mr. [day fro Little Rock, Ark., has- and Mrs. Wilbur chroth and sot ]pital where both were taking Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Norber |treatments. Howard also under- Schroth and son Larry, Mr. and went an operation. NORTH OF THE BORDER There are nearly 1,500,000 Mex- icans in the United States, about half of them living in Texas. MODERN SPEED It takes 90 minute to make a mirror in a new aseembly line plant. LOGAN COUNTy REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Marie D. Triebel, et al to Carl C. Opperman, et al, for $15,000, the west half of the southeast quarter of Section 16, and the southwest quarter of the north- west quarter of Section 6, town- ship 18 north, range 2. C'S IPHARMACY Mrs. Estella Haviland left Fri- day for her home in Des Moines, Iowa after calling and visiting relatives in Clinton, Kenney, Chestnut, Austin, Decatur and Springfield. 49 present for Sunday School. Eugene Anderson received the third year bar. Men's day was ob- served at the evening service. A men's choir rendered some real singing. Dr. G. W. Bonebrake, Decatur, will preach here nexc Sunday Mother--Ghe YOUR Cldld This Same Expert Caro I At the first sign of a chest col4 t Quintuplets' throats and chts s rubbed with Children's M//d Mushs a product made to promptly relieve the DISTRESS of children colds a resulting bronchial and croupy eou, Relief usually comes quickly Musterole is MORE than an ordimF alve." It help break up local o- gestion. A Musterole 1 ul on tl Quints you may be ure you are Ul jut about the BEST product msd Also in Regular and Extra Strength f4t thoe preferring a trungr prodmSt, SHEETS FUNERAL HOME ALVIN AHRENS MARVIN HUTCI Phone 263 Why We ,Say We Offer THE FINEST SERVICE IN TOWN 1 WE OFFER YOU-- Right here in your communify and oursa quality of service that can't be beat any place. We know there is no finer service nywhem hereabouts .... for four very good masons: First of All, We use the very best of materials, and only the very best. Second, We employ specially trained men--the only kind your car should be entrusted to. Eddie Allen is now in chercje of our Service Department. Third, We have the special fools and equipment necessary to qlve you the best job possible in the least time possible, which means, at the least expense to you. And Last, But not least, we know that our policy of using this ser- vice department to make friends for our other depart- ments nd our whole business is the greatest assursnce of satisfaction you could have. JUST TRY OUR SERVICE AND SEE. WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER YOUR CAR TO YOUR DOOR. l Mount Pulaski Motor Sales 501 S. Washington St. MOUNT PULASKI, ILL Phone 343