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F]BRUARY 6,|1 THE MOU PULASKI TIMES-NEWS. MOUNT Scout Executive Is For This Area Harry F. Dowell Replaces "Chuck" Woodson Harry F. Dowell, Scout Execu- at Bloomington, Indiana for years was announced Whurs- as new Executive for the, Belt Boy Scout Council to James M. Swofford, re- C. E. Steinfort of Lincoln, of the council, announc- the appointment. (-Mr. Dowell will assume his du- here March 1. He and M*s. : and their two children ex- [coln's birthday. This will be fol- lowed by the regular business ses- sion, and a *program. t Mrs. Delbert Humphrey was in I Lincoln last Thursday night and l attended a meeting of the Trian- I gle Bridge Club t the home of J Mrs. Paul Baker. t Arthur H. Eberhardt, Roy Lowe and 12-tin Winters were in Elk- hart last Thursday night and at- tended the American Legion PUI,AKI. IIAANOI8 MRS. SARAH  NEWLIN DIED IN PEORIA JAN. Sl Mrs. Sarah A. Newtin, 76, a na- tive of Mount Pulaski, died Fri- i day, Jam 31, at the Jefferson Ho- tel in Peoria, where she made her residence. Sarah A. Broughton was born in Mount Pulaski Dec. 4, 1864, .a daughter of Peter and Mary Thompkins Broughton. On Set. 1, 1895, she married Willis A. county meeting. I Newlin in Mount Pulaski. They Alvin Rentschler of Chestnut:lived in this city for a number of vicinity was guest speaker in !year, and then located in Gibson Beason last Friay afternoon at City. Her husband died in 1929. the meeting o the Beason Worn-I Mrs. Newlin is survived by two art's Club, his subject being "See-ibrothers, one sister and two img" the West," which he illus-I grandchildren. trated with moving pictures. EASTERN STAR CARD PARTY IN CHESTNUT PAGE  of ADMINISTRATION IN SHELLH ESTATE In Logan county court in IAn- coin Monday a petition for letters !of administration was filed in the ' estate of the late James SheLl- i hammer, who lived several miles uouth of Mount Pulaski, listing personal property valued a $2500 , and real estate at $36,000. A aon, :Herbert D. shenhammer, was named administrator. i The new "time capsule," put in- to a concrete-steel vault at the New York "World's Fair, won't be opened until 6939. The stories say that posterity will then read what is in it. Our guess is that by that I Funeral services were held in time, television, with sound, will Gibson City at 2 p. m. Monday, be so universal that nobody will and burial was in Gibson City be able to re$ I cemetery, t, to be established here by that Mr. Dowell is a graduate of the State Teachers College of the National Boy Scout school. He taught school I HARRY F. DOWELL Mount Pulaski Chapter No. 466 i ADMINISTRATOR NAMED IN Order of Eostern Star, to whichRUTH DAVIDSON ESTATE fledge several residents of Chest-I Petition for letters of adminis- I nut belong, will sponsor a public itration in tile estate of the late tlcard party in the Chestnut high tMiss Ruth Davidson, of Latham, I school gymnasium at 8 p. m. Fri- was filed Saturday, Feb. 1, in the t Terre Haute, Indiana from 1925  i daY' Feb. 7, and everyone is cordi- Logan county court, Lincoln. Her 1930 when he entered Scouting i ally invited. Five hundred, bridge father, George Davidson, was ap- rofessionally. His nrst interest - B [andi . pinochle will be played., . Foi- pointed administrator. ]e  Scouting was as a Tenderfoot CHESTNUT ilowang cards a lunch will be Miss IYavidson Was fatally in- ,out. Prior to his professional Is erred, jured in an automobile collision , rvice he served in Terre Haute, "  .. . Nov. 12. The petition sets out the At a recent meexng o tne el | a merit badge counsellor Treed -   only asset is claim for damag- ' m,mitteeman and Scoutter- t lwship Club of the Chestnut Zi-!5 WEDDING ANNIVERSARY es .  Mr. Dowell was Assistant Sco-utl n Lutheran church the following!CELEBRATED IN" CHESTNUT 1 " ecutive in Terre lz,,, ^ i officers were elected to serve one t Mr. and ,Mrs. John Maxheimer, I ..................... " 30 to 1 '" 'v, !year: Henry Dierker, president; !well known residents of Chestnut I NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE . . I State of Illinois, County of Lo- loomint9::, 'dnan:asxLu_ !Wflrsb.E@wi.nhrthn,tscli::-?:rdent, will observe thmr 50th wedding' n w'hga , ss. :e of the W'hite River Council. i" " , tary !anniversary Sunday, Feb. 9, it In the County Court of said i a family dinner, and open house County: In Probate. ,E he council there is comparable:and treasurer. size with the Corn Belt Coun- ! The Order of Eastern Star i from 2 to 4 p.m. 1 In Re: Estate of Mude C. Staf- f: While there Mr. DoweU ex-lodge, Mount Pulaski will spon-i John Mxheimer and Anna ford, Deceased. The undersigned Executor of the d ed the council area and reg-:s or a public card party in the Stoll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will of ]Laude C. Stafford, deceas- ration. He added a field man !Chestnut high school gymnasium :. Erhardt Stoll, were mrr in ed, having been appointed as such d was instrumental in estab- at 8 p. In- Friday, Feb. 7. Five i Chestnut Feb. 5, 1891. Fo many by the County Court of Logan County, Illinois, and having duly hing a Boy Scout camp. hundred, bridge and pinochle will ! years they lived on a farm in La- qualified, hereby gives public no- Th White River Council had be played. Several Chestnut peo- !tham vicinity, and 23 years go tice that the first Monday of Ap- 1 Scouts when Mr. Dowell be-i pie belong to this lodge, l located in Chestnut. They are the ril, A. D. 1941, the same being the me Executive in 1933. The pres -, A group of Chestnut women parents of five sons and three 7th day of said month, is the  daughters, and have forty grand- claim date in the estate of said .nt total deceased and that claims may be __e additi, children, filed against said estate on or be- Both M ktive in T 1st chur r00W00an I# 00turday, it total enrollment is 1246, with addition of 202 cubs. Both Mr. and Mrs. Dowell are in the ML Pleasant Meth- church and both sang in the choir at lgton, In- Swofford assumes his du- Executive of the West Sub- Scout Council at LaGrange, February 1st. During : intermission of a month be- e Mr. Dowell arrives the court- affairs will be in the hands of Executive Board. fore sId date without issuance of summons. Ben W. Ely, Executor. Smith & Arnold, Attorneys. met last Thursday in the Metho- dist church to continue their sew- ing for the Red Cro. They com- pleted seven wool skirts and one wool dress. Mrs. Ivor Marshall comenced her duties last week as one of the cooks for the rplus commodity hot lunch project at the Chestnut school. : The Methodist Women's Society . . o of Christian Service served a 12 !o'clock luneheon at the church this Thursday noon to the public. T h e. m e n u included creamed Christian church, Lincoln, con- chicken, mashed potatoes, hot his-ducted by fhe pastor, Rev. Earl COUNTY cults, perfection salad, pie and Hargrove, assisted be Rev. D. E. coffee. The committee in charge Milby. was composed of Mesdanes Wil- i Mrs. William C. Hmdtin of Lin- At"St. Clara's hospital in Lin-ibur G. ith, chairman; Henry coln sang 'When the RoLl' Is Friday, Jan. 31, a son was Neuschafer, Vernon Heft, Ivov Called Up Yonder" and '__d Be to Rev. and Mrs. Ray O. Marshall, Miriam McCann, James With You," accompanied by Mrs. of Mount Pulaski; sac- Schilling, Ellis Voile Frank Knoy, i O" C. Van Cleave, also of Lincoln. child, both boys. Mr. Zum- Charles Brae, Louis A. McVicer, I Burial was in Mount Pulaski is pastor of St. John's Lu-IEdgar Rose. 00ceme00. The pallbearers, all church. I de St l The Chestnut Community Club grandsons, were Lee, Fred, Clm A daughter was born in has a:nounced a jitney SUlper for 'and Harold Allen, HaId and Jo- hospital, Friday Wednesday evening, Feb. 12, Lin- seph Wright, Jr. 31, to Mr. and :Mrs. Clarenc " of Elkhart. The mother as formerly Miss Dcethy daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Holmes, of Mount Pulas- BUR ._ OUT CRANE RESIDENCE About 6:45 a. m. Monday a burned out at the home Mrs. M A. Crane on North street. The fire department called, but luckily their ser- not needed. A, F. LIPP INSURANCE A Friendly FINANCE SERVICE For The Family or Indiv;dud. NATIONAL LOAN CO. 201 Marcuccl Bldg. Phone bOO Lincoln, Illinois. OF ALL- KINDS FUNERAL SERVICES HELD FOR FORMER RESIDENT Funeral services for Mrs. Mar- garet Caroline Allen, 71, widow ! of William All,n, and a former resident of Mount Pulaski, who died in ncoin Tuesday, Jan. 28, fat the home of her daughter, Mrs. i Joseph held at 10 a. Wright, were m Saturday, FeB. 1, in the First The Mount Pulaski THEATRE I FRI. AND SAT. Feb. 7 and 8 "Yesterdays Heroes" with Robert Sterling - Jean Rogers also 3 STOOGES COMEDY II Ill SUN. AND MeN. Feb. 9 and I0 "Moon Over Burma" wifh Dorothy Lamour Robert Preston Preston Foster iiiii WED. AND THURS. Feb. 12 and 13 "Slightly Tempted" with Hugh Herbert- Peggy Johnny Downs GOFF FUNERAL HOME 'TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" PHONE LINCOLN 1234 HFDOUARTERS FOR Money That modern home you plan to buy should be financed in the modem manner. Let us tell you how a mortgage loan at tlds bank will enable you to own your home outright by making convenient, rent-le payments. The Fi,t National Bank Mount Pulaski, Illinois