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15. 1951 Will be a Cub Scout Pack at the American Legion Monday evening, Feb. 19, M. Loyal Daughters society of church will meet church at 2=30 p.m. Tues- Feb. 20. Devotions will be of Miss Cora Holmes. Mrs. J. M. Rothwell McGee, Mrs. Don COUNTY MARCH OF DIMES CHAIRMAN INJURED Robert Redus of Lincoln. chair- an of the Loga.n County March of Dimes drive, while in Elkhart last Thursday morning, fell on the snow-covered-ice when get- ting out of his car and broke his right leg below the knee. He was removed to St. Clara's hos- pital in Lincoln. I. C. PASSENGER TRAINS Daughter of Former Resident Receives Honors At Decatur Donna Jean Cochran, 14 years old, an 8th grade student in the Centennial Junior High school in Decatur, has been selected to the National Junior Honor Society, announces the principal Walter M. Stacy. .OW BACK IN SERVICE P versary. They were presented a beautiful bouquet of red roses. The group was composed of Rev. and Mrs. Charles Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Harless McKinley, Mr. and Mrs. Harley McKinley, Mrs. Avoldt Ulrich, Mr. and Mrs. Mer- ritt M. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Miller, William Taylor, 1" and Mrs. Wilbur G. Smith, and Mrs. Ellis Volle, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neuschafer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stogdell, daughters Judith and Ruth and Jewell Lillich. When the switchmen's strike began the Illinois Central took ,---Scratch Pad- now awailable off its passenger trains running!at the Timbre-News. This is the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a student in that school, because in order to be selected for membership WHY YOUR PAPERS MIGHT HAVE BEEN DELIVERED LATE During the recent railroad switchmen's strike an embargo was placed on all mail with the exception of first class matter. As a result many newspapers were caught in this order and could not proceed to the desti- nation points, unless, going out of local post offices on star mail routes. No papers left the office that had to go thru Chicago or St. Louis. The embrago was lifted at 11 a.m. last Friday, and the delayed mail went on its way. John Scroggin, Mrs. one must have proven themselv- between Chicago and St. Louis, Mrs. Welby Moore es worthy from the standpoint of with exception of the Green Dia-i Lillie Green. scholarship, leadership, service, mond. Last Saturday, Feb. 10, character and citizenship. ,L_lthe Daylight Special was put T= E D U F F The Ladies' Aid society of the Donna Jean has been on nCibac k in service and on Monday Lutheran church will meet honor roll ever since she enter-lmorning the two night trains, CANDIDATE FOR church basement at 2 p. ed Centennial in 1949. Last yearlb  n their runs a ain. sh gerC:eedath higeih::t twadl -e-a tr runs again. HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER Feb. 22, the host- er Mrs. Mittelsteadt award" , Edward Michel. I METHODIST BOARD Mount Pulaski Township The above will be of interest HONORS MEMBER REPUBLICAN CAUCUS SATURDAY, FEB. 17, 1951 Elmer Mier will be host- to many Mount Pulaski readers Your Support Will Be Appreciated the Household Science club Donna Jean's mother is the I Members of the officml board Feb. 16, at 2 p.m. as -!, Chestnut Methodist church former Margaret Zimmermann of  .... Hughes and Mrs. this city. Her grandmother is Mrs imet in the country home of Mr. Medford are assisting and Mrs. Albert Lillich in Chest- :EffieZimmermannofDwight. l nutvicinityWednesdayevening , TI'IOS A G0N S Answer to roll call will r. Things I Do To 'Keep .... Feb 7. potluck supper, and . | to hell : : :-o_nd hostess cele- A talk on "First Aid Pictures and News are Alwows brate'-t. ':;: edding anni- (Veteran of World War I) Home," will be made by appreciated. (erusa Hayes. Round table CANDIDATE FOR for Health." _ i .-Central Rebekah lodge No. 313 Highway Commissioner  ouncement!  1 hold its regular meeting in A : : Odd Fellows hall on Friday MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP  eing, Feb. 16. At this time nn } heation of candidates wil ! be Will Appreciate Your Support . C M Merriman was host- Having retired from farming, due to ill health and DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS SATURDAY, FEB. 17, 1951 } last" Saturday afternoon to youngest son leaving for Army, we have pur- btwea Hours of 12 Noon and 4 P. M. } -'embers f the Contract Bridge chased the Gruber News Agency" ! i  tub- It was a dessert bridge : ! rty and the decorations were It is our aim to serve you in the friendly and }i i - a Valentine scheme. The hon- manner in which the late Henry Gruber  Were awarded to Mrs. L.F. obliging I taaa? Mrs. Theodore Zim- did. ! WT, Service Mothers of World We wish to take this opportunity to welcome all ] L(N}k F g ,l K r " . ar II Will meet in the Tomlin- customers, both old and new. Or The Blue Is lies At c ', n Recreation center at 7:30 p. _. Friday, Feb. 23. The com- mlttee is composed of Mrs. John atton, Mrs Herbert Shellham- el. and M Steve Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Rowland, Sr. l,-lqegotiations were completed DR: LOg'S W. LENZ 1. i i" ahlrdav Feb 3, by which the ..... lield ' publications, Atlanta, a" l pass out of the family after .raost 70 years of ownership. ,,JdlD I le buyer is Sherman S. Stewart, Red Iur pitted, Packed in water eaackinaw, owner of the Macki i w Enter rise Gazette The new p " . It er Will take over Aprl: 1st. DR. HERBERT F. LENZ C.s .......... = No. 9_ =,, 3,o i tls the intention of Mr. Stew- ReI,ken flror--R Chicken S EXAMIN -,.,,r .... 1 a to retain his Mackinaw news- l per and combine it with the EYE ED -: ............ 10/=-oz. can 10c ,re Crihfield publications (At- { nat  Argus, Minier News, Mc  ::n. Lens, Stanford Star, and  i linton Helper. 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