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i  . / .... FOX DRIVE AT WARRENSBURG, ILL. FEB. 4  9 A, M. Sunday School and Bible Class .................... 9:30 A. M. I Worship service 10:30 a.m. i Bring Guns No Buck Shot Lenten service at 7:30 p.m. on! L U N C H Wednesday, Feb. 7. You are welcome at our serv- Not Responsible in Case of ices. Accidents i aT .... NIG SALE MEET AT VILLAGE HALL Sponsored by Warrensburg Sportsman & Gun Club, Inc. HEAD - 50 HAMPSHIR BRIEDSOWS Luke ;00:ul:00e00'e'Pavilion been carefully selected so that cue mare of a Good buy. i |al Frostbite Should Not Be Rubbed With Snow l The application of warmth is the proper treatment; exces- sive rubbing of the affected parts should be avoided 1. Experience of Stefansson, the Artic explorer. 2. Article in "Brooklyn Daily Eagle," N.Y. - Jan. 4, 1931 by Dr. William Brady i ii FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951 7:30 P. M. These sows have been bred to these outstanding Herd Boars -- CONSTELLATION EMPEROR, GOALIE'S CHIEF, PERMA-ROYAL, ZEHR'S PILOT, TOP BOY AND GOALIE'S FLASH. Ideal Foundation Stock for 4-H Club and FFA Members! WRITE FOR CATALOG JOE GORETZKE & SON H. E. JOHNSTON LATHAM, ILLINOIS | SUPPER SERVED SATURDAY NIGHT NEAR CHESTNUT A supper was served Saturday night, Dec. 27, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Marten of the Chestnut vicinity, honoring their 30th wedding anniversary The following were present:- Latham: Mr. and Mrs William Voelker. St. Peter: Mr and Mrs. Harry Mercier and family. Mount Pulaski: Mr. and Mrs. Mayford Davis and family. Otto Bandelow and daughter Doris, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mercier, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fullreide, Mr. and Mrs. John Geyer. Chestnut: Mr. and Mrs. Dwain Marten. --NOTICE-- A Democratic Caucus will be held February 17th, 1951, be- tween the hours of 12 noon and p.m. at the Dillsaver Building and Day's Building, Mount Pu- i laskl Township, County of Log- an, State of Illinois, for the pur- pose of nominating a Highway Commissioner for Mount Pulaski Township, County of Logan and State of Illinois. will be by ballot All candidates desiring to have ,names on the ballot must inform the Democratic Commit- tee by noon February 10th, 1951. Mount Pulaski Democratic Com- mittee- K. M. Anderson, chairman Loren Waddell Bryson Robert Copeland ghter. A cordial invitation to all. Funeral services were held in At a meeting of the church Carlinville (today) Thursday, board Monday evening, Abner Feb. 1, with burial in the Carlin- Jackson was elected lay-chair- ville cemetery, i man of the congregation; Harry VAN'S IMPLEMENT C0. (Froehlich Farm Sales Bldg.) Phone 21 Mount Pulaski, IlL Here's WHY You ShouLd Insist on RUHM'S FllVER GROUND PHOSPHATE Bt)00 mrfaee !. d/m glvl dAlt rootle tle maximum el Loaded in your trucks at Latham bulk planL or spreading service if desired. Glenn O. Rau and So LA, ILLINOIS PHONE 71 or 651111 ii the MASSEY-HARRIS 2-Plow 22. and Depth-o-matic System anywhere in your field. It's accurate, positive.., com- pletely safe. Depth-o-matic is but one of many better Rwming advantages you have with the 22. Others like 23.91 maximum drawbar horsepower; fuU-width operator platform; clear unobstructed vision; big 10-34 tires; the weight and power to handle both mounted and pull-behind tools mean the 22 does more work faster, easier, at less cost. And remember, the 22 is the lowest-priced tractor per drawbar horsepower in the 2-plow field. Stop in for complete details.., see us today. Be one of the first on our demonstration schedule. FROEI00CH FARM SAI200 Phon 91 Mount Depth-o-matic 2-Way Hydraulic System gives you depth control of both mounted and pull-behind tools i A DEMC } i th Hild, secretary; and, Walter A. Schafer, treasurer. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Turley, as the Turley Quartet, composed of James, Harold and Duane, and Rosemary (Fuiten), at the morning services last Sunday, sang an original hymn written by Miss Anna: Kelling, St. John's poetess. The hymn, entitled "Jesus Saviour, Is There Room?" is set to the tune of "Jesus Saviour, Pilot Me," and was much appreciated by the congregation. THE METHODIST CHURCH Rev. F. E, Neumeyer, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 am Church services 10:35 am. They will be held in the chur- ch basement as the auditorium is being re-decorated. However, the three adult Sunday School classes will meet in the parson- age. You are cordially invited to attend our services. ZION EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Albert G. Hoffman, Pastor and J. L. Holderieath, both de- cea.ed. They lived on a farm west of Shelbyville, Mo. for 44 years. They sold their farm and moved to Chestnut. II1., where their only daughter, Mrs. Alvin Rentschler resides. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE NOTICE is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the 5th day of March, A. D. 1951, is the claim date in the estate of Charles Jacob Herring, deceased. now pending in the County Court of Logan County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against he estate of the decedent on or before said date without the is- -ue of summons. SIDNEY LEE, Administrator. Leland Simkins, Attorney. Phone us your news items. ,. _c.0,c.Es_ C,estnut Coup'e'o c--c00 .ave Open.--e "[-wre2clle.%laried m:(y O-'MONDAY  THERobertCHRISTIANwilkes. Minister rIr. ald rs( iGe::lgKtlltg 1  T.LAC OM  driF'1951 pr, .... oI carnn , , " ........... 9.3 ' - m Chestnu[ m, ' It Bp, B _JI.   t :-. d i  o,,,, .., ,.I  ,d -I'" ,,, 1.,,  Coumv.. i /5101 bt'Hul u a. ' AM Monday, Jan 29 1951 n -- . - 50th Wedding Anniversary on St. Francis hospital in Litchfield, . ............. c.on Sunday February 11. They will] ..... " Worship ervlce 103 a m  )UID ONE OP'TtONI  rpup's m, t Junior t=nrls[lan rzmeavu ...... . t " " ,, , ,, ,,  ,1 Zght. He Ill., where he had been a patron hold ouen house for relatives and [ | ,,  ,.  ,,  ,1 ,, larrington about a month. He had suffered p.m. . .......... n ,,ook friends at their home from 2" I '| "11 doD.,,,.l-l- ,'ille Plait Siness ca] a lingering illness for two years. :e-nlz)gk':erZviPe 7"30 "mon t 5 pm and from 7 p.m., con- % tll" ,..-.,.a,,,wiw,,. ; Mr Emery was born June 2, .. vim- ee_. " " " tinin the rest of the evening.   Ta my  ,1-- .,-- lay. " n weonesuay.  " " en) I 1889, in Austin township, Maco .......... - ^- Mrs Keller (Louisa Clauss    m,C.P,.- and M ki we are noplng ano paymg ,- county, east of Mount Pulas ' -^c ........... *--o*. wa. born six miles west of Shel- ]      m d 'bserving 1 O IUU/f aiierloance ut ntt:ztzu-la, z*t-, being the last of 10 children f ....... o--in,, now and bvville Mo Mr Kellar was born   ,  ) i Clarence F. and Eleanor No ........... ,-- w - in Weikern Elm. Germany, and I anhood in get accustomeu to ,gu=, ,.- . Emery. He grew to m ....... , .......... , , attend came to this country at the age I t SHIp. 1[ uu azr uzgcu  his home community and on t)c . .............. f 8 settling, in the Old Bethel 1 lg*qA --;,'] T,,a Rinehart tne services oi me churcH, v , , ..... o.-, , ........... . " in Colony" near Bethel, Mo. i in Newton, Ill. They tarmecl :St. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Mi Louisa Claussen and Austin township for seven years, ,,, P-a,d M Krewer, Pastor  " ve to a lace in Ma- "" .......    q,,,, Feb 4 George Keller were married on then mo d P .. . Mass at .............. y " Feb 10 1901, at the home of her unt remainin there coupin co y _ and Mrs Emil " rs The famil located St JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH parents, Mr. _ .. . for 28 yea . .Y .... "- ........ Claussen itev A H. vogel per- } 1 in Carlinville in August, iuu. tev. t/a . --umsxeln, t'asxor .....  ,,z,  ,,,, ent is" survived" by . his Sunday"School.. 9"302^ ^'a m .... formed .... dedthebvCeremnY'Miss Maggie'KellerThev  ,ere  | mi.-___} Deced wife and four sons and one aau- Divine worsmp 1U:.SU a.m. , ....... :]  d,2p.;,: ,c,.,, i /, PAGE EIGHT THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAT, FEBliUARY 1, 1951 kls-N