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1 THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- N EWS, MOUNT pULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, pAGE EIGHT - C H U tt C tt E S --/S'. ,OHN'S LHERAN CHURCH -'-" Rev. Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor St. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Rev. Edward M. Krewer, Pastor Divine worship 10:30 a.m. Mass . 10 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 11. Lenten services each Wednes- Special Lenten services began day at 7:30 p.m. JAMES WILBUR SIMPSON ESTATE VALUED AT S185,000 I The late 3ames Wilbur Simp- son, executive vice-president of the Mueller Co.. Decatur, who died suddenly in that city Jan. at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, and will continue each Wednesday even- ing during Lent. THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Robert Wilkes, Minister A cordial invitauon to all. 16. left an estate valued at $185,- 000. all personal property. Letters ATTEND WHITE SHRINE of administration of the estate IN LINCOLN lwere filed in the Macon county MEETING Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger of/ court on Feb. 1. Cheslnut and Mrs. Ellis Down- Mr. Simpson. who was born in Latham. is survived by his wife. three daughters and three sons. THOS. A. GUPTON. Sr. (Veteran of World War I) CANDIDATE FOR Higm ray Commissioner MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP VVill Appreciate Your Support DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS SATURDAY, FEB. 17, 1951 Between Hours of 12 Noon and 4 P. M, Phone Pulaski Cleaners Bible School 9:30 a.m. ing of this city, members of the Worship service 10:35 a.m. Junior Christian Endeavor at iMunt Pulaski chapter of the Eastern Star. were in Lincoln on 6:30 p.m. IMondav night and attended a 1 Evening service 7:30 o'clock. The call has been made for meetin of the White Shrine held 100 per cent attendance of the in the Masonic Temple. resident members of the Christ- The White Shrine will be or- fan church. Will you be the bne ganized Thursday, Feb. 15. and c4 B  t.,-otu.Ar "n4,"r were to keep it from coming to pass? charter membership will close on I Ae so AY DzZ'(DglVE_S, A hearty welcome is extended to March 31st. Part of the dues will BuTrr tS FORTUNATe OUe all. go to support orphans and needy -[.owN/ffKff//A[cAN BOASTCF children in the respective corn- THE METHODIST CHURCH Imunities. &AKA E Rev, F. E. Neumeyer, pastor J   AN "n4 CPLTE .pAtt Sunday school 9:30 a.m. VALENTINE BUFFET SUPPER [] AO sece eT. Worship service 10:35 a.m. AT ANDERSON HOME , .j xe wcg The three adult classes will t A Valentine Buffet Supper was J IIf'lu--'4; _,2.'1 Tee eesvcs meet in the parsonage, the rest, served Sunday evening. Feb. 4, l .ll  e.:,so,,,,, in the basement, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. :t*t# -. The preaching services will al- M, Anderson with the following so be held in the basement. This being present:- will be the first Sunday in Lent. Mrs. Everett Sharer and child- Be sure and attend, ren. Tommy and Nancy of Birm- of Our church will join in the ingham, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. ol World Day of Prayer service to Harold Anderson and children, an be held in St. John's Lutheran Richard, Carolyn. Pamala and church at 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 9. Christie Sue. of Lincoln; Mrs. Rev. Rudolph Markwald of De- Kathryn Kinert and children Don catur, will bring the message, and Arlene, Mrs. Charles Ander- "The Advance for Christ" cara- son and children. Judith, Barbara van meeting for our church will Jo and Charles Kay. be held in the church basement I Four members of the Anderson at 7 p.m. Sunday. The speakers  family and Nancy Schafer, were are Dr. Marshall T. Crapp and / i   tW/- Roy Anderson of Lincoln; Rev. I celebratinganniversaries.February birthday Charles H. Hawn, Elkhart: Dr. ] H. H. Maddox and your pastor. A potluck supper will be held preceding the meeting, at 6:30. Bring covered dish, sandwiches, and table service. It is important that all depart- _ Wl  . ments of the church be represent- MILIT NE5 ! ed. ZION RV. LUTHERAN CHURCH tcm pov  o FOR LW i  ,  a..  w,. t. Rev. Albert G. Hoffman, Pastor ,c's ,-.'- ar , ! Sunday School ad l Bible Class .................... 9:30 A. M. ', 1 . c-    { Worship service 10:30 a.m. [] INb'TI.LTiO OFSOT, mORE POWER lV 1953 t Lenten service at 7:30 p.m. on i -- % - Fotsrttoereaooucno,. | Wednesday of each week during  "   - "--'----- i! Lent. - ! A TASTE TREAT (-- ?  N  ,I welcome at our serv- .  / - \\;  -.   ! You are YOU'LL NEVER FORGET J PAUL E1 DAVIS00 . J (Better known as "Mike") t " /  m?/4 " - .'.._ j J HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER 1 I Have had 15 or more years experience :rO[mRienngt O:ndthd: %" i"  I with the Logan County Highway Dep " I Mount Pulaski Township roads. Was Foreman over 97 l men in Logan County Dept. in1935"1936"  _..- JlJJl   "%O _l.EWml I "" 1 ',,"oa-"'LY'.._.-Z'-.--- J 1/11 i I --- IF ELECTED I WILL WORK -- l.o,,." I ! WILL APIECIATE YOUR SUPPORT I wv-.P. '" / OLH4ILTOWES-P.___Jm I  Ill A I Democratic Caucus ScrturdaY, Feb. 17, 1951 '1 : ill ._CTtqICTI40bi O V',IV. cnE r rl. 40$OgOF [ llll In_ll u l_ I Between hours 12 noon to 4 p.m. [ ,j -NOr4 y0PV o  ,_____=o I 'd L. / , o- out d t{, i -? wake h{m -from  - o__L...., ' ion sen00 a corn,: __r'-