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PA TWO MOUNT I, UT_._g yMRS. NEW1L MOUNT  ILLINOIS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY Temns of Subecrtptioat One Year ............................... ...w PublbJh*d  ThursdaT LOCAL NEWS Willard Kautz resumed his duties in the post office Fb. 1, after an absence of about three months, due to an eye condition which hospitalized him for soy. oral weeks. Mr. and Mrs, James Coogan and family moved recently into their new home on North Vine street Just south of their former home. The Coogan home is now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rothwell, who moved there last week. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Janssen of St. Louis, Mo., visited in the city Saturday while enroute to the Clinton vicinity to make a Sun- day visit with their daughter, Mrs. Frank Schick and fatally. During the past year Logan county received $98,127 from the State of Illinois in motor fuel tax refunds, it has been announc ed. Mrs. Lottie Hahn spent Sunday in Peoria with her son, Jerry, and family. Pvt. Bertram Gillum, army air force, stationed at Clarksviile, Tenn., arrived home last Thurs- day on a 15-day furlough, to vis- it his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Gillum, southeast of the city. Clifford McCain, who lives a- bout four miles northeast of the city, and who recently held a closing-out sale, is arranging to move to Lewiston, Idaho the lat- ter part of this month. Mr. and Mrs. McCain have three children, Charles, Karen and Mark. A few months ago Mr. McCain sold his 115.acre farm to a neighbor, An- drew Wiggers. Robert S. Aitchison of Chicago visited here Saturday and Sun- day with his mother, Mrs. R. D. A1tchison. Richard Hatfield, son of Mr. and Mxs. Guy Hatfield, a mid- year graduate of the University of Illinois in exercises Sunday, Feb. 11, has accepted a position with the Illinois Business Ma. lhdDki THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Februm'y 9 and 10 "The Savage Horde" starring William Elliott, Adrain Booth, James Davis . pl . Cartoon and "Wagon Wheels West" SUNDAY - MONDAY February 11 and 12 MATINEE SUNDAY 2 P. M. "My Friend Irma Goes West" with Diana Lynn, John Lund, Marie Wilson, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis . added - SHORT SUBJECTS VEDNESDAY - THURSDAY Februm'y 14 and 15 "Christopher Columbus" (In Technicolor) starring Fredric March and Florence Eldridge SELECTED SHORTS Adm. 44 Adults. 12c Children chine Co. in Chicago. Fred Stahl was in Springeld during the past week attending the four-day convention of the Illinois Retail Hardware Ass'n., held at the Hotel Abraham Lin- coln. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams of Chestnut, visited in Chicago last week with their daughter, Jean, and, also with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Brittain. Mrs. Everett Schafer and two children, Tom and Nancy, of Birmingham, Mich., have been ,isiting the past ten days with Mrs Schafer's brother, Wilhelm G. Kautz and wife, and other relatives. Anyone having bundles of waste paper or old magazines for the Boy Scouts, and wish to have same picked up, please notify Herschel Hayden, Julian Sams Robert Copeland or Tom Romer. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith of Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Caudle and daughter, Charlotte, of llliopolis and Dick Bannon of Elmwood Park, were Saturday evening supper guests of the Troy Musgrove family, south of Latham. Charles H. Anderson was in Chicago Sunday and Monday on a business mission. Dr. Robert N. Harem went to Chicago Sunday to attend the convention of the Illinois Dental Society. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Brooker of Elkhart, have returned home from a couple of weeks' trip to Laredo, Texas. While there they visited Mr. and Mrs B. H. Keck, of Mount Pulaski, who are spend- ing the winter in Laredo. Mrs. Marie Yauch, formerly of the Chestnut vicinty, who has been living in Decatur for some time, will move to Mount Pu- laski soon. She has purchased the newly built home on North Gar- den street, from Frederick Zim- rnermann. Mrs. Yauch was the former Marie Loetterle and is a sister of Miss Winifred Loetterle. Mrs. Roy Gasaway is now em- ployed at the Stetson Potteries in Lincoln. She began her new work Tuesday. Roger W. Inman, Ursa, Ill., a grandson of William Gibbs of this city, has enlisted in the U.S. Navy Air Corps, and is in train- ing at Camp Dewey, Great Lakes. CARD PARRY GIVEN AT tAMES COOGAN HOME The new home of Mr. and Mrs. fames Coogan on North Vine St. was the scene of a card party Sunday night, Feb. 4. Ten tables were placed in the spacious base- ment and Five Hundred and Pinochle were played. Prizes were awarded Harold Scheuler, Mrs. Fred Roth, Miss Anna Fuhrer and Abe Harvey. The enjoyable occasion came to a close with the serving of lunch. The assisting hostesses were: Mrs. Floyd Kelly, Mrs Ierschel Hayden, Mrs. Harold T.E. DUFF CANDIDATE FOR HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER Mount Pulaski Township REPUBLICAN CAUCUS SATURDAY, FEB. 17, 1951 Your Support Will Be Appreciated E. L. ROTHWELL REAL ESTATE BROKER Phone AUCTIONEER Farm and Farm Sales Mount Pulaski Adrift in Turmoil Le us relieve you of the respon- sibility of funeral arrangements which can prove confusing to the inexperienced. Call on us. AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT Schahl Funeral Home Hubbard, Mrs Claude Litterly, I funds to help defray and Mrs. Eugene K. Connolley. I having interior im This is the first of a series of, made at St. Thomas card parties to be given to raise church. Schahl Home For Funerals -- AMBULANCE SERVICE-- LATHAM, ILLINOIS PHONE 9.35 - MOUNT PULASKI You drive away that "gloomy" feeling when you trade at the Western Auto Associate Store ,DALE NEAVILLE. Proprietor From where I sic... Joe Blue Wins This "Hunt" Cappy Miller's coon dogs--ex- cept for one of them, Old Bluo-ire about the finest hounds in the county. Blue's too friendly and easy-going to care much about hunting. He doesn't act the way we think a good dog should, so we fig- ured he'd never amount to much. But a fellow comes around Sat- urday looking for a good dog to photograph for some advertising. And the dog he picks is Blue ! Says Blue's happy, friendly face ia just the one to attract people's attan- tion. So Cappy gets more money for that picture than his other dogs will ever take in hunt From where I sit, that teach us not to look down m, when they act than we think they should. For maybe Uou think tea stance, but with food. O.K.--but do "J size up wrong the man who enid, s bottle of beer at mealtime. ] Like Blue, I guess we're all " ferent" in one way or another but that doesn't mean we do  have our good points, too! MANY SUCCESSFU PAY BY CHECK. L PEOPLE That's the convenient, effident way to pay bills and get automatic receipts. Open your account here.., have a complete record of what you spend and get all the other money management benefits that go with paying by check. Open an account today. The Firs00 National Bank MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS