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";,Xz Fo County Church i Group Met Heret In one of their outstanding re- ligious and social meetings, one hundred and twenty young people assembled at the Christian church in Mount Pulaski Monday evening, Feb. 3. as members of the Igan County Christian Church Youth Movement. for a dinner and pro- gram. The churchesoin Logan county represented are located in the fol- lowing cities, town and country: Lincoln, Lawndale, Atlanta, Harts- burg, Emden, Eminence {country}. Broadwell. Elkhart Cornland. LaRe Fork. Copeland {country), Latham and Mount Pulaski. The dinner was served at 6:30 o'clock, and was followed by the accompanying program: Doxology. Invocation, Dr. I. H. Beckholt, Lincoln Devotional exercises. Song, "Faith of Our Fathers." Prayer, Rev. Earl Hargrove, Lincoln. Scripture reading, I Car., 13th chapter. Leonard Hatfield, Mount Pulagki. Song, "What a Friend We Have In Jesus." Lord's Prayer, Business meeting. Group singing religious song, "Out of the Pit" and "Joy In My Heart." Group singing "some foolish- ness," "John Jacob Jenkleheimer Schmidt." and "My Bonnie Loked Into the Gas Tank." . number of appropriate game &ere next in order, after which they adjourned about 9:30 p. m. Soortsman Club Membership Drive About fifty members of Mount Pulaski chapter of the Logan County Sportsmen's Club met in the city clerk's office Monday eve- ning for the regular business ses- sion, in charge of the president, Otto Ey. At thbs time the annual membership drive for 1941 got away to a good start, with almost 100 members enrolled. The goal for this year haS been set for 250, and if everyone really understood what the club stands for and what Men's "Big Indian" CHAMBRAY WORK SHIRTS Full-Cut Tailored Shirt Two Biq Pockets Special Durable Buttons Will Fit a iant Master "TEST" matched Shirts end Pants 2.4g Suit Guaranteed Sanforhed Vat-Dyed -- Perspiration-Proof Complete line Men's Service Clothinq and Shoes CLEAR'S 'ra MOUS"r PX.,st zzs-zws. MocN'r ,vLs, nazNom New Bus Service Making First Stop Here in Mount Pulaski The Illinois Highway Transoorfation Co. started operation of the four bus trips a day between Pe- oria ana Decatur with the:r first run c o --.  ne of their comfortable buses is shown in front of rh r+= Pharmacy which is their Ical u s'or" George Lincoln, George Roos. "/4, of street, Lincoln. well gan county, died in St. pital, Springfield, at Monday, Feb. 3, 1941, ness of one month. _11 I Mr. Roos was' born ne.:i s 1 ,Oct 26 1866. He marrireceb p !Gefihac Ot. . n o in Beason vicinity for zifL they retired and locat edt coin. He was a memi3][AN Zion Lutheran church in dB Mi Decedent is survived he Bu wife; two sons, HarO| meet Lawndale. and Wilbur  fne Bu i burg; one daughter, Mrs. ls nor I Dierker, Lincoln; one $irtaim Katherine Roos, LinC  of brothers, Christian, Decamr. M Beason; Ernest and l,wtch Lincoln; and five grandC coff Funeral services were h ! Mrs. Zion Lutheran church i ust I at 2 p. m. Thursday, cons the pastor. Rev. Arthur l}k,N zel. Interment wag i Fail cemetery, Lincoln. : llhe wil: ESTATE VALUED ATat 2 In the Logan county t. Jo coln, Wednesday, petitio  the ed for letters af admin of the estate of Mrs. Alvnec am of Mount Pulaski, lisrtig  Re tate valued at $2,000 ad property at $4,000. A law, Edgar of I Chapel vicinity, was i istrator. "Five of a Kind," Says Lou Lou Mann r;dinq the locomotive, has as oassenqers Johnny Trieb- el, Lawrence and Willis Holmes of Mount Putaski, who are workinq out in California on qovernrnenf construction, took a flyer down to Tiaiuana, Mexico, on a day off. The picture above was one of the results. it is accomplishing in the interest Reginald Clark and David SullY- of conservaion, the membership van, of Lincoln. The visitors fur- would exceed the gz)al, and cam- nisbed the entertainment feature !pare favorably to so many areas of the evening in a manner that in variou parts of the state, will long be remembered by the 3uests of the club were Dr. Wal- I club fellows. 'ith Dr. Perry op- lace B. Perry, Lynn R. Parker, I crating a movie machine, and Mr. Music Section of Our Funeral Home Lovely furnishings give our funeral home an atmosphere of quiet, and peace. Beauty an.d comfort and convenience unite to &e- ate an ideal place in which to pay the final measure of respect to a loved one. Schahl Funeral Home Sedan Ambulance Service PHONE 235 MOUNT PULASKI _'arke" making the witty com- ments, clored pictures taken by these well known sportsmens were shown of several hunting and fish- ing trips tbey had made. Many scenes were in Logan county, ot- ers were in South Dakota. where group had gone on a pheasant and duck hooting journey, and of great interest to the fishermen were the pictures taken in Miami, Florida. and the excellent fisiing grounds nearby. The entire series of movies proved unusually inter- es:ing and instructive, and all the local boys greatly appreciate it. GET OFF THE FENCE Sooner or You'll Swttch to CHE HATCHERY Chicks WHY NOT NOW ? S a poultrymen all over the country have sworn by Chestnut Hatche Chicks for years. They know that our Chicks are cerefuUv bred for ell the qual- ities desirable in poultry and that our prices are as low as those of any other hatchery. Why not profit by the experience of so mn successful poultry raisers? This is the time of year to sbsrt. Ask for further information tedav! WE ARE HATCHING TWICE EACH WEEK THE BEST CHICKS ARE CHESTNUT FROM CHESTNUT HATCHERY MOUNT