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FEB. 13, 1941 wenty Pupils Listed on the Honor Roll Local High ....... School Students W00llamsville Wolf Baggers Keep Up Standard p:/wenty pupils are listed on the , or roll at Mount Pulaski p * " high ,>ol and thirty-five are given im0ra] e mention for the first se- mester. Rhoda Schaffenacker morits! ial honor beause she carried subjects and did straight A ' 0rk. t? 180 pupils were given three, 9 sat or five grades each. The sen- r class has the most rnember on honor roll while the freshmen Ld the fewest. Honor Roll ;@dent Point Standing hods Schaffenacker (5 sub.) 5.00 h] "Ido Bertoni ....... 5,00 ris Geyer ( pot grad. ) 5.00 adrey Meister - 5.00 .ginia :MJlner .... 5.00 ,'tty Van Hook 5.00 reline Hutter {3 subjects) 5.00 4.75 4.75 4.75 4.75 4.75 4.60 4.60 4.50 4.50 4.50 4.50 4.50 ---Courtesy Illinois State Journal The second wolf hunt of the were shot by Orin Carte of But- Prairie School Parent-Teachers'l falo and E, A. Cook of Springfield. Association between Williamsville I In the above picture, furnished and Buffalo Hart on the first day through the courtesy of the Illi- of February, proved more succes-tnois State Journal, are Estil Mc- seful than the one held several l ........ . ,#ee anu Logan rcnoaes, wno were WeeKs prevmus. Two wolves were . Ion the committee sponsoring the killed, and a mira one got away. unm t hunt The mddle man is M B Bo t s paid by Sangamon court- " ' ' ty for the animals were turned ov- Overaker of Springfield, Sangamon er to the association. The wolveg[county clerk. Pearl Stall .......... 4.00 Kenneth ConnoUey (3 sub. ) 4.00 ugene Aughenbaugh .. . 3.75 Inez Baker ............... 3.75 I Joe Matthews ......... 3.75 I Kay McGee ........... 3.75 Helen McKinley .... 3.75 Forest Mueller ........ 3.75 ' Sic Beck .......... )bert Christenson )bert Hargis .... ". )dith Horn ........ p. an Kinert ...... sl arlotte Baker {5 subjects) ;a}erOthy Wands Gtose  5 sub. ) mkse Baker d 00wers ....... ty Brooker " ....... Itry Alice Buckles .. la Mac Hatfield )rothy Cpperman ........ 4.50 - Honorable Mention fat giiam B ". rady ........... 4.25 /win Go--paster . . 4.25 ie Keck ............... 4.25 0  Merriman ........... 4.25 ith Roos ............ '.  klred Schafer .... 4.25 4.25 )11 ne Schaffenacker ...... 4.25 ld Sisk ....... 4.25 1 Constance Roos ....... 3.75 frlmrence ,Vachter ...... 4.25  Clifford Schahl .......... 3.75 ores Fleagle (5 subjects) 4.201Robert Serogins 3.75 Key (5 subjects) ..... 4.20(Junior Stauffer ........... 3.75 Talmage (5 subjects) 4.00iLillie Mac Jae2cson (3 sub.) 3.67 Buehler .......... 4.00iI:>wain Marten (3 subjects) 3.67 I:>ittus .......... 4.001Wallace McGee ,Post Grad.) 3.67 Guffey .............. a. I Hassebrock ...... 4.001 The fireboxes on some of the Hatfield .......... 4"001team locomotives now in service Matthews ....... 4.001 on the railroads of the United McKinley ........ 4"00' States would hold an automobile :Moll ............. 4.00 qth room to spare. Mother Died In Faraway Italy Mrs. Palmer Regali, 78, of Fab- briche'di Vallico, Italy, died in her home there on Saturday, Jan, 11. 1941, according to an airnail let- ter received in Mount Pulaski last Thursday, Feb. 6 by her daugh- i " ter, Miss Hilda Regali, and step- daughter, Mrs. Rinaldo Bertoni. The letter, on account of war con- I ditions, was delayed. It came by airmail after reaching Lisbon, Portugal. Mrs. Regali had been failing in health for many months. Miss Hil= da Regali came to :Mount Pulaski from Italy 20 years ago to live with her half-sister, and assist in the Bertoni restaurant. During this period of tithe she made three voyages back to her native coun- try to make extended visits with her mother. Decedent is survived by six children and two step-children. One son, Waldo Regali, well- known to Mount Pulaski people, lives in Chicago, and is omployed in the foreign mail service depart- ment of the postoffice. Two sons and one stepson live in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and another son in Pisa, Italy, and one daughter at home. CARD OF THANKS Our sincere gratitude is express- ed in this message to the neigh- bors and friends who were o tl9ughtful and kind to us during To Be Well Groomed . . Af all times ;s an excellent investment. It ;s a decided so- cie! end bus;hess asset and a source of qreat personal satis- faction. Old gn Winter is here to stay for quite a while yet . . . and your heavy overcoat wiil qef plenty of wear before it is packed away. Send your over- coat for a mid-winter "work- out". Our cleaninq process thorouqhly rids the qarment of soil, raises the nap and leaves the fabric soft and pliant. Tak- inq core of mnor repairs is o requlor part of our service. And that qoes for your suits, too! Send them alonq wlth your overcoat. LOUELLA LITTERLY IS DOING SUPERIOR WORK Mr. and Mrs. Claude Litterly of this vicinity have received the fol- lowing letter from Dean Thomas E. Benner, University of Illinois, Urbana. concerning their daughter. "'It gives me great pleasure to note that Louella Litterly is among those in our college who have done superior scholastic work during She is to be Chestnut Club Lincoln Party The members of the Chestnut Community Club met Wednely evening, Feb. 12, Abreham IMn- coln's birthday, in the high chool gymnasium, with a Jitney supper being served at 6:30 o'clock. The committee in charge of the supper was composed of Mr. and Mrs. u- gene Kretzinger, chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Keck, Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Higglns, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heft, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- bur G, Smith.. At 7:30 o'clock a busine s- sion was held followed by a pro= gram in charge af a committee compoed of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Eberhardt, chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. Eric Hein. Mr. and Mrs. Thmas Moore, Mrs. Miriam M- Cann, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Nau- gle. The program was as follow: Piano duet--Mrs. D. D. Hum- phrey and Mrs. Francis Myrick. Allegiance to the flagPrimarF room. Song--Marlene, Nancy and Ju- anita Hein and Lois Naugle. ReadingMrs. L. A. McVicker. Violin solo--Miss Nadine Kier. Address, "Abraham IAncoln" Supt. E, H. Lukenbill. Song, "Illin.ois" 4th to 8th Grades. Sound picture---New York World Fair. Selection Kitchen Band. WE DON'T THINK SO, EITHg Springfield, Ill., paper---tlkem the loss of our mother, Mary Lee went to court today to uk that at Mayer. Houston soft drink bottling col. The Family. party against which they are strik- ing be restrained from continually To keep cut flowers longer, washing the windows of the plant. No wdows possible could n place the head of a sulphur match in the water in the container, so ruch washing, the etrike maintained. ,i the past semester. SHEETS FUNERAL HOME 1 highly commended." MARVIN HUTCHCRAIrT ALVIN AHRENS Phone 263 A.&C. Showlncj of ATTEND.... OUR ANNUAL SPRING SHOWING OF MONARCH'S FROM February 17th to 22nd A PREMIUM FREE WITH EACH RANGE SOLD THIS WEEK MOUNT PULASKI CLEANERS PHONE 227 A00ery & Comstock LINCOLN, ILLINOIS