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pAGE TWO THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS. MOUNT PUI.ASK ILLINOIS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY MOUNT  -m'gWS Mount Pulaski, Illinois Publlsked and entered as second class matter in the  at Mount PU, nnno Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress of March 9, 1879. RKRRY L WISLE Editor and Publisher Terms of Subscriptiom Three Months ...................... 50e Slx Months ............................... .$1.00 One Year ............................... .$2.00 Published Every Thursdcrr LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Albert J. St. Pierge, of Manchester, N. H., arrived in the city Saturday to make her home. "Her husband, Albert 3. St. Pierre, D.C., has his office and residence at 120 North Washington street, where they are living. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stogdell of Lake Fork township, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lillich, east of ML Pulaski, were in Urbana Thurs- day of last week and attended the 15th annual Farm and Home Week programs at the U. of I. Here is the address of a young Mount Pulaski soldier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis of North Garden street: Cpl. Robert W. Davis, Er. 16289444, Co. C. 459th Engr. Const. Bn., %Postmaster 301, San Francisco, Calif. "Bob" arrived in Japan on Jan. 22, and is now in Korea. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hubbard visited in Wilmette over the week end with her sister, Mrs. John O'Connor, and also their daugh- ter, Miss Joan, who attends the Northwestern University. Burdette Maske, in the Army, stationed at Camp Carson, Colo., spent from Saturday to Monday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Maske, northwest of the city. He left Lambert Field in St. Louis, Mo., Monday on the return plane trip to camp. Ac- companying him to St. Louis were his parents, Mrs. Anna Ry- an and daughter, Clara, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Noble of Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. James Follis of southwest of the city, had as vis- Itors last Tunday, Feb. 11, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Perce, daughters Wanda and Glenda of Lincoln; Pvt. Wendell D. Follis of Fort ,eonard Wood, Mo. Pvt. Follis' address is U.S. 55{)63887, Co. B. 68th Med. Tank Bn., C.C.B. 6th Armored Div., Fort Leonard Wood Missouri. Floyd Holler of Decatur visit- ed here Saturday and Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Letitia Wil- son. Mount Pulaski THEATRE m FRIDAY AND SATURDAY February 16 and 17 "FENCE RIDERS" with '%Vhip" Wilson, Andy Clyde . plus - THE BOWERY BOYS in "MASTER MINDS" AND CARTOON i SUNDAY - MONDAY February 11 and 12 MATINEE SUNDAY 2 P. M. Februm'y 18 ,'rod 19 'The Fuller Bru Girl' starring Lucllle Ball and Eddie Albert and Seis:tl Short Subjects i WEDNESDAY - DAT Februm'y 21 and 22 le Glass Menagerie' with Sane Wyman - Kirk Douglas Gertrude Lawrence o p[lJ o CARTOON and NEWS Adm. 12c and 44c Pvt. Joseph Hutter Jr., station- ed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., spent the week-end with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hut- tar, Sr. Mrs. Ray Lee of East Peoria, visited Saturday and Sunday with her mother , Mrs. Anna Holmes. Gaylord Ulmer, who purchased the Krueger grocery store in the IOOF building on the north side of the square last fall, moved his household furnishings to the Lester Starr property west of the city, last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ulmer have two daughters, Mar- jorie and Mary. Miss Luella Litterly and Mr Wilford Scroggin Jr., visited in Chicago Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mr Clarence Bowers, who are vacationing in Florida, are now at New Smyrna Beach. Mr. Bowers writes: "Chauncey and I have started to run around again, and doing some fishing. Would like to have the Times- News now. It has been quite cool here, but yesterday and today went about with sleeves rolled up. We left Illinois in good time. We are located at 304 Live Oak street." Orville E. Martin, manager of the Mount Pulaski Farmers Grain & Elevator Co., was in Peoria part of last week and attended the convention of the Farmers' Grain Dealers Ass'n. of Illinois, held in the Pere Mtrquette Hotel. He was accompanied by Herb Finke of Chester Township. Private William M. Keteham, stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., in the 6th Medium Tank S0000e.o Battalion, 6th Armored Division, Bishop J. Ralph Magee of Chi- came home Saturday for a week's visit southwest of the city with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Ketcham. The will of the late Edward W. Rentmeister of Mount Pulaski, was admitted to probate Feb. 9, by Judge William S. Ellis, in Lin- coln, who appointed two dau- ghters, Mrs. Louise R. Bertsche. Williamsville, and Mrs. Opal R. Naugle, of Elkhart, as executors in accordance with the will. The estate was listed as $6,000 in per- sonal property. Mrs. Frank Shoup went to De- catur Sunday to visit her dau- ghter, Mrs. A. F. Schlitz. Richard Merriman, who recent- ly graduated from the Milwau- kee School of Engineering, and had been home on a short visit with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Merriman, left Wednesday of last week for Lynn, Mass., where he has accepted a posi- tion in the jet engine department of General Electric Corp. Mrs. Lottie Hahn and son John visited in Decatur Monday. Miss Nellie Horn left Monday for Washington to visit several days with former Mount Pulaski- arts, Rev. and Mrs. J. Wayne Sta- Icy. Mrs. Virgie Bishop visited in Chicago from Saturday to Mon- day with her daughter, George Dyslin and family. Rev. F. E. Neumeyer, pastor of the Methodist church, and Al- bert Shellhammer, were in Bloom ington Monday attending a spec- al Illinois Conference meeting. OO0 EVERETT KOEHLER CARPENTER and BUILDER For Screen Wire COPPER - ALUMINUM - GALVANIZED WE MAKE NEW and REPAIR OLD SCREENS. Riven Flow Into Oceans And lives become part of eternity. We discreetly take care of every detail during this period giving the best of attention. AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT Schahl Funeral Home cago presided over the meeting. Mrs. Thomas Wachter left last Friday for Chicago to visit her I nephew, Elmer Beck, and ram-1 ity, for a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Beck are the parents of a daughter, born Thursday, Feb, 8. They now have two girls. Mr. Beck was formerly of Mount Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Schaffen- acker were in Sullivan Monday and attended the funeral servic- vicinity, met in Minonk Carol K. accompanied her parents home for a two visit. Mr. and Mrs. James living west of the city, home on Saturday from an trip to places of interest il southern states. WORDS OF I wish to express my thanks to my friends, es of his nephew. Lt. Roger L. and relatives for the gifts, Stubblefield of the Air National 1.,. and flowers Guard. who was killed m a plane. ] .,,,*-1 a vatient in the crash near Springfield last Fn- i hosplta. 1 in Bloomin. ]g_on. daYr" and Mrs. Gordon Zelle and *"^"''*"reciaed" lness 1$ greatly daughter Carol K.. of Rockford:' p " Mr Julia Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Geyer of this INSURANCE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Phone 46 Mount Pulaski. Leslie "Red" Braun CANDIDATE FOR Highway Commissioner LAENNA TOWNSHIP Subject to Democratic Caucus February 21, 1951 2:00 P.M. to 4.00 P.M. VILLAGE HALL C. G. "Chet" HUGHES CANDIDATE FOR HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP Subject to Republican Caucus February 17, 1951 East Side Snack. Shop WE'LL GLADLY DISCUSS YOUR NEEDS WHEN YOU REQUIRE CASH FOR A WORTHWHILE PURPOSE \\; o The First National Bank MOUNT PUI.ASKI, it.l.INOtS