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:i PAGE TWO D LOCAL HAPPENINGS FORMER MOUNT pULASKIAN EED TREASURER Louis A. Danner, 1022 Fayette avenue, Springfield, was re-elect- ed treasurer of tle Merchant Tail- ors' and Designers' As sociatin at its national convention in St. Lou- is, Mo., Tuesday. Mr. Danner, a well known mer- chant tailor in Springfield for many years, is a native of Mount Pulaski. He learned the tailoring business in this city as a member of" the old E. A. Danner clothing firm. MRS. G. C. ZAH MET WITH PECULIAR ACCIDENT Mrs. Gottlieb C. Zah, wife of the custodian of tle Abraham Lincoln Memorial Shrine, while seated in a rocking chair Monday afternoon in the old court house building, leaned over to pick up something off the floor, and met with an un- usual accident. Tuesday she com- plained of a severe pain on her right side, and a doctor's examin- ation disclosed the fact that she had fractured one of her ribs. Mrs. Zuh is able to be about as usual, but her side hurts her at times. TURKEY AND DUCK DINNER SERVED SUNDAY EVENING A turkey and duck dinner was served Sunday evening, Feb. 9, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Michel near Lake Fork, celebrat- ing tl birthday anniversaries of Doris Jean Michel, Mrs. Elmer Henricbsmaeyer, Evelyn Fullreide, and Omer Henrichsmeyer. Follow- ing the dinner pinochle was the di- version. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Henrichsmeyer, daugh- ter Mary LOu, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Follis and family, Mr. and Mrm Jake French and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fullreide and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mercer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Henricl-meyer and family, Miss Marilyn Mueller, Jean Guffey, and Darrel Neal. MEXICAN COFFEE NIGHT YHE MOUNT pULASKI- TIMES-NEWS, MOITNT PULASKI, ILLINOI THURSDAY, FEB. mm Garden Anniversary Dinner of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Maxheimer af Chestnut MOUNT P HT, RE IN TEXAS The Mion Texas, under date of tained the following it four Mount Pulaski men o "Four winter visitors ... Mount Pulaski, IUinois, en , ed briefly in Miion Th and : guests ofW J Zeisswviit: Ely, Dr. C. M. Merrim urs A. Volle and Gene C. clear" arle left for Mexico City whay will spend a week or  Me they return, they will stt.H Valley for a longer tay" ?eistel These two groups o'F the descendants of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Maxheimer were an important part n +he celebration o+ +he fi{f;eth weddinc anniversary at the First Lutheran Church in Chestnut Sunday. Pulaski Christian churcll announc- es tlt it will sponsor a "Mexican Coffee" in the church at 7:30 p. m. Thursday, Feb. 27, and invites ev- eryone to come and meet the Mex- ican ladies. An excellent program is being arranged. Keep this date in mind. AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH The Silver Circle of the Mount MENTIONED SHRINE IN" MOUNT PULASKI Illinois' wealth of Lincoln shrines and monuments, available The Mount Pulaski to those wishing to observe Xbra- THEATRE , Lincoln's birthday, Feb. 12, by visiting one or more of these historical spot, were listed Sun- FRL AND SAT. day by State Director Walter A. Feb. 14 and 15 DOUBLE FEATURE No. I i'Laughing at Danger' with Frankie Darro No. 2 'Rainbow Over the Range' with Tex Rifler Also The first chapter of the Serial "WHITE EAGLE" Starrinq BUCK JONES SUN. AND M[ON. Feb. Iband 17 DEAN!NA DURBIN in "Spring Parade" with Robert Cummings Mischa Auer Henry Stephenson Butch and Buddy WED. AND THURS. Feb. 19 and 20 "Mark of Zarro" : Mrs D .... ls. I tSttnCStJ  al:, vho d FUNERA i.,ot Char: SERVICE' Bett wt AMBULANC"d :' OUSi SERVICE yso, HERSHE00!00.00 HOME d Phone 83 or 90 ! with Tyrone Power - Linda Darnell ii DAUGHTER TO IN[ERIT ENTIRE HUSTON ESTATE Mrs. Pauline H. Doran, wife of Jack Doran, 1553 North College street, Decatur, will inherit the entire $17,500 estate of her father, i the late Eli D. Huton, of Decatur, a former resident of Mount Pu- laski. This was shown Monday wlen a petition for administration of the estate was filed in the Ma- con county court in Decatur. SURPRISE PARTY GIVEN EAST OF MOUNT PULASKI A surprise party was given on the evening of Ground Hog day, Feb. 2, at the home of Mr. and Roseafield of the State Depart- Mrs. Albert Hanselman, about six ment of Public Works and Build- miles east of Mount Pulaski, in ings, Springfield. I honor of his birthday anniversary. Among those named was the t All arrived with well filled baskets old Logan county court house in of good food, and a bounteous sup- Mount Pulaski, "tl exterior and per was enjoyed. Pinocme was interior of which has been res'tor- played. Departing late the guests ed, while refurnishing is in pro- I wished Mr. Hanselman many more ,, brthda celebratmns gress happy " Y ' - 201 A Friendly FINANCE SERVICE For The Family or Individual. NATIONAL LOAN CO. Marcucci Bldg. Phone 600 Lincoln, Illinois SPECIA d Mz  Dab FOR ALL MODELS CHEVROLETS00ith d Mr One Week Only ere SAVE $1.15 By taking advantage of this Special VALVES GROUND MOTOR TUNE-UP Sh, rnin id M Jc INCLUDES:-- : ha ADJUST---Distributor Points, Tim;ng, Carburetor, Cw Tappets, Fan Belt, and Generator. i g CLEAN--Air Cleaner, Battery Terminals, and Spark pt da CHECK--Coil, Condenser, Distributor, Voltage dCJa Battery, Vacuum contro, Compression and 2 Control, Hose Connections. REGULAR $5.65 JOB FOR $4.50 coupon r--- COUPON THIS COUPON IS WORTH $1.15 Durir=j Week of February 14-21 On Our Tune-up Special Mount Pulaski MOTOR SALES 501 South Washington MOUNT PULASKI