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PAGE FOUR Mrs. Mabel Seitz, Mrs. Leta Reeves and son Floyd, of Arthur, former parishioners of Rev. ana . Mrs F. E. Neumeyer, were call- ers recently at the Methodist p- sonage. Mrs. Allen McVey went to Dix- on last Thursday to visit for a week witl her son, Walter McVey, and wife. Norman Mayer of Chicago visit- ed in the city Saturday night and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Edward 0. Mayer. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Houts, of Georgetown, visited here Sunday with her parents, Rev. and MrS. F. E. Neumeyer. Joyce Tondinson visited in Chestnut rom Friday evening to Sunday with Marilyn Williams. Fred W. Grover made a bus trip to Peoria last Thursday and visited for a couple of days with his old Illinois Central railroad as- sociate, Chris A. Richmond. Mrs. Eve Danner Wendling and Mrs. Harry E. Haines, of Decatur DEMOCRATIC MOUNT pKI TIME-NEWS. MOUNT pKl, II2LLOI$ Popular Parr of Demonstration Day in Havana last Friday on law' business in the Mason county CAUCUS One of the most popular parts of the John Deere demonstra- tion day Friday at the Schafer hardware store was the servinq of lunch af the noon hour. Mount Pulaski Township Locjan Counh/, Illlnols Saturday, Feb. 15, 194 I From 2- 4 p. m. called at the Schahl funeral home man, residing four mileswest tf ............. ..A_.. .... ins : Mount PulaSki, were pieasan y last l-nuraty t v*w a=, x . " --  *'. 3 of the late Mrs. Mary Lee :Mayer, I surpmsed on th.e evenmg:uL :'ds 96, Mount Pu/eski's oldest cltl-lwhen about filly o. tnl. ****'-'ir zena. Both women were former' I and ne,ghbors gatnerea in u*e neighbors k)f the Mayer famaily, home to help them celebrate their Before her marriage rs. Haines 27th wedding anniversary. Pi- was Miss May Fowler. nochle was the diversion. When FOR SUPERVISOR (Vote for One) court. Dr. and Mrs. George S. connel- ly made an auto trip to Peoria  Sunday and visited their son, John Harold Connelly, and wife. Miss Frances Neumeyer and John Baird, of Decatur, were din- ner guests Tuesday evening of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. F. F_, Neu- meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Mayer, Sr., were visitors Tuesday in Springfield. Mrs. Ray O. Zumstein, ife of the pastor of St. John's Lutheran cl'2JrclL returned Sunday from St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, bringing home her baby son, Ray Theodore, born in the hospital January 31. Ray Lee returned to Peoria on the bus after a week-end visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ross, daughter Lois, and son Paul, and Mrs. Leslie Ross and baby daugh- ter Nancy Ann, were in Clinton Sunday and attended a birthday dinner party at the home of the former's brother, C. L. Ross. One of those honored was Donald Ross, who went to Clinton recent- ly to stay with his uncle, and at- tend high chool there. Henry W. Schafer resumed his duties Monday in the C. F. Scha- for Hardware Co. store, after be- ing ill at home about two weeks suffering from an attack of ery- sipelas. J. C. Burgoyne of Rock Island, who had been visiting for five weeks in Los Angeles, California, with his son, J. B. Burgoyne, ar- rived in Mount Pulaski Sunday evening to make an extended stay with his daughter, Mrs. G. F. Wait. Miss Hester Berry of Downers 7] Albert F. Dillsaver [-'1H. C. (Tine) Keck FOR TOWNSHIP CLERK (Vote for One) r Dan J. Fuhrer FOR ASSESSOR (Vote for One) I- Fred H. Hahn  Everett L. Rothwell FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE (Vote for Two) r-i Edward Holmes [ S.E. Curtis, FOR CONSTABLE (Vote for Two) [G. E. Suedmeier [ Charles E. Schulfz [ .......... .... On Sunday, Feb. 2, a daughter, first child, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leland Green, who live four miles south of Mount Pulaski. Herbert Finke, residing in Ches- ter township, about six miles north of city, entered the Deacon- ess hospital in Lincoln last Thurs- day for an X-ray examination of a leg injury received in a fall on the ice. At the Deaconess hospital in Lincoln Wednesday, Feb. 5, a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Emery, who live nine miles east of Mount Pulaski. They now have two daughters. The mother was formerly Geneva Lee. John Vet(or made a bus trip to Lincoln last lThursday and visit- ed his granddaughter, Mrs. Don- ald M. Barringer. The Misses Lizzie and Margaret Zah, and Miss Meta Clark, were callers in Lincoln Tuesday. Mrs. Marie Van Hook  in Lincoln last Tlmrsday and attend- ed the funeral of George Roos. Mr. and 1Krs. Theodore Ader- URGENT message to you who suffer functional FEMALE PAIN q and "WEAKNESS" PFD EVERY wORDI you women by nature often have dellcto COD,- stltutions and there are so many today who have signs of functional trouble. Maybe you've noticed YOURSELF gettillg rundown, de- pressed, nervous, due to this? %"hen try Lydia F. plnkham's Vege- table Compound---famous for oveX half a century in helping calm wom- en's upset nerves, relieve monthly and weak, dizzy spells, aue r * tlonal disturbances. Plnkham's Compound has helped hundred of thousan of wome n and girls build up resistance agauas 'dim-cult days." ONE tOzl.c is made )fora quite late lunch was served. In New York City recently a Grove, and Miss Willia Stephenson daughter, first child, was born to of Deland, were guests Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rose. The and Sunday of friends, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ey and little son John. father is a son of Mrs. Florence Rose, who lives with her sister, Mrs. Ey and the visitors were Mrs. William L. Downing, on Route 121 between Mount Pulaski and Lincoln. About 1:15 p. m. Monday the country fire truck was driven to farm of Ernes Buesoher the Illinois Central railroad tracks between this city and Chestnut, were a field had caught on fire, caused by sparks from a freight locomotive, it is said. The firemen put out the fire, and no damage resulted. Julian Smith of Chicago was a guest Sunday of his parents, At- torney and Mrs. George J. Smith. Attorney George J. Smith was THURSDAY, schoolmates at logo, Jacksonville. Miss Evelyn Springfield was a guest day of her aunt, Mrs. A. and family. Jr. William Schwoerer, city, who left t4ncoln night as one of the six Logan county men who for army duty Monday ChiCago, is now stationed! .hster, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. C. L- daughter, Charlotte, of field, visited in city with M. Huseffs Warrick, and family. In noon Mrs. Huser and and Mrs. warrick and went to Chestnut and Mr. and Mrs. Everett family. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey ing north of the city, Chestnut sunday with ter, Mrs. Edwin family. Mr. and Mrs. clauncey visited in Chestnut her uncle, Louis had just returned home stay of several weeks in coness hospital, Lincoln- Charles D. Snyder, Mount Pulaskian, birthday anniversary on CANDIDATE FOR TO,,ANSHIP ASSESSOI The writer is a nomination for the sessor of Mount Pulaski | It is the public need lic interest that should in any office. The Mound Pulaski needs service I am qualified is a valid rea on for my candidacy for the l the Democrats at the be held from 2 to 4 p. ra. Feb 15. I will be your suppo. Fred EVERETT L. itOTHW CANDIDATE FOR ASSESSOR MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP Subiec to Democrat Cucus SATURDAY, FEB. 15, 1941 Your Support Will Be Appreclafed FARMERS:" Of Mount Pulaski vicinity and surrounding terri- tory, we want to express our sincere apprecia- tion for your spledid response fo and the interest shown in our John Deere Farrr Day machinery display We want you to know that we are ready fo help you at all times with your farm machinery prob- lems. We are fully equipped to handle your needs Come in and talk over your problems with us. C. F. Schafer Hardware Co. MOUNT PULASKI CLERK. : :