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iii: &apos;. "i ' PAGE TWO State Promises Pension Checks on Time 686 More Checks Issued by Sfaf In January COMPOSER that February has only 28 wrk- Lag days end 2 holidays will cut down on the working time of his stff. Logma county's total is $16,615 with 759 on the rolls. DeWitt County has 599 on re- lief and gets $12,135. Payments for old age assistance to 142,716 recipients throughout the State of Illinois will total $3,170,017 for the month of Jan- uavy, Arthur C. Lueder, State Au- ditor, announced today. The aver- is b22.21.age payment for JanuarY8,. ; ii ' : 93,143 checks, totalling $1 702, will be mailed downstate and i 49,573, anounting to $1,271,305, 1 will be disbursed to Coak County I ! residents. One-half of this amount is contributed by the Federal Government, and one-half comes from the State Treasury. 686 more people will receive checks in January than were sent out in December of 1940, when 142,030 warrants, otalling $3,132,- 054 were disbursed. State Auditor Lueder said that t I the checks will be mailed on time to the beneficiaries and that ev- ery effort will be exerted to make certain the February checks will Symphonic composed Mickey not be delayed, although the fact lRooney, who's not bad as a mo- vie ecfor, either, will hear fh premiere performance of one of his own compositions Sunday, Feb. 9, on one of America's most famous radio programs of fine musicfhe Ford Sunday Evening Hour. The work is a trilogy called Melodanfe and two excerpts from it'Melody in Autumn" and ' Humoresque  will be played on the program. "BILL" SCHWOERER TO REPORT FEB. 10 ior Against Despising God's Word." The present menacing world conditlons, especially, should induce us to heed this warning. OOUN'rY FIRE TRUCK MADE TRI TO LATHAM MONDAY The country fire truck, manned by Mount Pulaski firemen, made a trip to Latham about 10:30 a. m. Monday, where a chinney burned out and the roof caught fire on the residence of John Wachter, Sr. The en succeeded in put-i ting the fire out after small dam- age had resulted. CARD OF APPRECIATION We wish to thank the many neighbors and friends, and the Mount Pulaski firemen, for their prompt work Monday morning in saving our hoene in Latham from burning. Mr. and Mrs. John Wachter, Sr. Tales of the Old CHpper Ships. Cap'n. Dave Landers, one of the Loyal Daughters 1941 Calendar The Loyal Daughters' Society of the Mount Pulaski Christian i Church has arranged their calen- dar for the year 1941 and will meet at the church on the third Tuesday of each month unless it is otherwise specified. Each member s requested to cut this program of the paper and keep for fu- Horn. ture reference. Follo2ng is the January 20, 1942 order of programs: February 18th Roll Call, "Why I Joined the Loyal Daughters." Hostesses: Mrs. Dollie Mann, cbairman: Mrs. Ethel Dog,ruing, Mrs. Sadie Gruber, Mrs. Emma Patterson, Mrs. Margaret Grover, Mrs. Gladys Hat.field, Miss Etta Roberts. March 18th Roll Call, "Something About St. yO# f/#d Patrick's' Day." _ "-- "Bill" Schwoerer of Mount Pu- tski, who has volunteered under the Selective Service Act, will re- port for training February 10. The Logan County Selective Service Ioard in Lincoln Friday morning received a call for six white men to be delivered for U. S. Army training at the Induction Station located at 230 East Chica- go Avenue, Chicago, which is the 122nd Field Artillery Armory. They are to report on February 10. The six .en who will fill this quota are the following volunteers listed in 'the order of their appli- Potluck dinner at church. Exchange of Whit Elephants. Committee to be named by pres- ident. April 15th Roll Call, "A New Plant." Exchange of Seeds, Bulbs and Plants. Hostesses: Mrs. Lillian Geotz, chairman; Mrs. Clara Rothwell, Mrs. Zelma Turley, Mrs. Ina Pe- ters, Mrs. Fannie Patterson, Mrs. Mary Scroggin, Mrs. Fern Oglesby. May 20th' Roll Call, "A Mother's Day 3. Verse." 4. Hostesses: Mrs. Violet Bryant, chairman; Mrs. Pauline Ey, Mrs. Emma Stratton, Mrs. Irene Holmes, Mrs. Zelma Holmes, Mrs'. 5. Josephine Beidler. Mrs. Ida Scrog- gin. June 17th ANNUAL, PICNIC Roll Call, "Favorite Outdoor Sport." Hostesses : Mrs. Mary Veech, chairman; Mrs. Jesse Schaffenac- ker, Miss Nellie Horn, Mrm Marie Shilling, Mrs. Nell Merriman. Place to be announced later. July 15th Roll Call, "Patriotic Q u o t a- tions." Hostesses: Mrs. Veta Staley, clairman ; Mrs. Retta Downing, Mrs. Cora Lipp, Mrs. Anna ,Ellis, Mrs. Fayette Ross, Mrs. Mildre( Logan, Miss Della Wazhburn. August There ll be no meeting. September 16t Roll Call, "A Memory of Schoo: Days." Hostesses: Mrs. Ada Connelly, chairman; Mrs. Anna Eminger, last of the sailing ships skippers, Mrs. Mae Downing, Mrs. Elva tells of the part the cllppersl Scro in, Mr !played in the ......  gg s. Anna Ryan, Mrs. . t:attorni GldIClara Hahn, Mrs. Florence Ob- usn, and of the traps and pit-[cdrap. falls set for sallormen in the rear-[ October 21st ing ports of the w/st, in The ] Roll Call, "Tell Where You Amaericn Weekly, the mRzinelBorn.,, distributed with next week's Chi-[ Potluck dinner and dollar cago Herald-Amaerican, at church. FREE OIL S Gallon Every Week Ask Us BONDED GAS and OIL ction for immediate induction: Thomas Virgil Marks, Beason. Hry Marshall Schoth, Beason. William Nicholas Sehwoerer, Mount Pulaski. .Lawrence Wayne Boyer, Middle-  tow. Joy Geary, Broadell. Herschel Henry Wark, Middle- town. SERVICES AT THE ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH At 7:B0 p. m. Sunday, Feb. 9, moving pictures of several epi- sodes in the life of Apostle Paul will be preented in Zion Luther- church in this city. The pic- tures axe said to be very good, ana true to historical facts. A free- will Offering whl be taken to cov- er expenses. veryone is cordial- ly invited to attend. The Lutheran Hour, presenting Cttri to tl nation, with Dr. Wal- ter A. Maier, of Concordia Theo- logical Seminary, St. Louis, Mo., as the speaker, is on the air every Sunday afternoon, at 12:30 and 3:30 o'cldck. Sunday SChool at Zion Lutheran Church begins at 9:45 a. m. and divine worship at 10:30. Next Sunday's sermon text will be Matt. 11, 16-24, and the sermon subject, . Serious Warning from  Say- Committee to be named by pres- famous also for its ident. 6. A name applied to November 18th soldier of the 7. It is north of the | Roll Call, "Sometling You Are inth, in central  I Thankful, For." ancient times it waS Hostesses Mrs. Marie Lucas ered sacred to A ! chairman: Mrs. Eula Rothwelfl the Muses; 8,000 : Mrs " ' 8. Washington DO  w.. . Dolhe Curtm, Mrs. Letitial Andrew W';eiloi'   ' . . . n,  xe h Wilson, Mrs. Sadm Buckles, Miss t ing conpletion; i ,z p Sophia ulso..Miss Cora Holmes.  000,000 _ WOO December 16th  9. Off eastern North Caff /10. In Shenandoah Vall Har Roll Call, "Christmas Verse."  Discovered in 1878  ry Hostesses: Mrs. Marjella Mar-[ ............... e at B tin, chairman; Mrs. Laura Cope-/ Seaking of bottlenecks,ht year land, Mrs. Edna Buckle Mrs has thought r a wa-- of Y as ne Myrtle Shoup Mrs. Myrtle Leon ........... rn Belt ..... ' . j xecnup ou o ne contains_ _ are, Mrs. Eana SLivers, Mrs. Hel-, :cceed j ene Scroggin, Misg Scioto B. I aethd other than the olded C Roll Call, "Current Event." Hostesses: Mrs. Gladys Rent- schler, chairman; Mrs. Louise Ed- wards, Mrs. Alma Hargrave, Mrs. Marie Weingards, Mrs. Maurine McGee, Mrs. Rose Millard, Mrs. Irene Underbdll. where would 1. Colgate University ? 2. Trengganu ? 3. The Capital of Nevada ? 4. Bancroft Hall ? 5. The country from which we get Roquefort cheese ? 6. Tommy Atk{ns ? 7. Mount Parnassus ? 8. The United States National Gallery of Art ? 9. Panalico Sound ? io. Luray Caverns ? Arts. 1. Hamilton, New York. 2. A British protected Malay State on the Gulf of Siam. Carson City. The dormitory of 2,500 mid- shipmen at the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis Md; one of the largest build- ings in the world, it covers 20 acres. 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