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Lorah Z. Lipp and Mrs. E. Turiey were m Lincoln night and heard ' by Rabbi Charles 1 of Chicago at the GO- t meeting sponsored by I and held in the Cen- gymnasium. Sophia Myers of Chicago i in the city Saturday eve-] a v:sit of several days 7 .l@ld friends and former neigh- Y er made an auto trip to l @-on Sunday to see the for-I , .brother. Thomas" B. Leonard t_:-dlt.'  been ill for a number of 1 t and Mrs. Carl Yoder were .te'tateria Sunday and visited her !rr Mrs. Charles Cunningham, t and- ' -and Mrs. Lawrence O'Brien ,cree-"' children. Nancy, Billy iniand Larry, of this city, an(1 Cochran. of Deca- in Pontiac Sunday the women's mother. Mrs. Zimmermann, also Mr. and Glick. It wa.s Mrs. birthday anniersary, and was given in her honor. Mrs. Frank Buehler and Miss Marilyn, living the city, made an auto trip to Spring-field. the lat- to the St. John's hospit- training school to see 80 -- Still Fishing hood Club were entertained on Thursday night, Feb. 13, by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Copeland on East Cooke street. Five Hundred was played, the prizes going to Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hershey and Mrs. Glen Oglesby. The club will meet Friday night, Feb. 21, with i Mr. and Mrs. George Rupp. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Foster, Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Curtis, visited in i Rutland recently with Mrs. Fos- ter's brother, Alfred Tomlirmon, and family. The Ace High Bridge Club met Thursday afternoon, Feb. 13, at the home of Mrs. Frank Copeland on East Cooke street. The prizes were awarded to Mrs. George Snyder, Mrs. Fred W. Zelle (of Chestnut), and Mrs. Ellis C. Downing. Mrs. G. W. Good of Springfield is visiting here at the home of her daughter. Mrs. C. M. Merriman. Mrs. Grace Curtis was in St. Louis Tuesday and Wednesday on a business trip. Paul Wessbecher of this vicini- ty returned home Tuesday from St. Louis, Mo., where he visited relatives for several dayg. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Leonard, and  latter's sister, Miss Mag- daline House, of Peoria. were guets Tuesday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff O. Leonard. His mother accompanied them to Peo- ria for a week's visit. Miss Marian Miller, student of attending the school at the Herman Hakr one of ount Puioskis best krown fishermen, is of the fall term. Miss today, Thursday, Feb. 20, observinq his 80fh birthct enniversary. is a member of the 1941 He was born neer Havara a!ong the tillnois rlver, and that mey ac- t class of the to,ms'nip high count for hls enthusiasm in flsh:q throuah ell these yeers. Mr. Hhn  has l;ved Tn o" ear Mount Pu:a'.!; the qreer part of his life. The rt s. Aitchison of Chicago Ficfure of him was taken on Salt Cree at a moment when luck was iI in the city Saturday and not so qoo. .:y with his parents, Mr. and ,]h:{JPmbert D. Aitchison. PAGi the Illinois State Normal Univer- sity, Normal, visited here from Friday to Sunday with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Miller. Miss Gwendolyn Fant of Lin- coln, visited in the city Saturday and Sunday with her father, Charles Fant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION State of Illinois, Logan County, In the Circuit Court Febrwy 10th, A. D. 1941. Verner Page vs. Edn Page, No. 7000. Affidavit of non-residence of the defendant Edna Page, having been filed in the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of said County, not- ice is therefore here)y Riven to the said non-resident defendant that the plaintiff filed his com- plaint in said court on the 10th day of February A. D. 1941, and that thereupon a Summons issued out of said Court, wherein said suit is now pending, returnable on the 17th day of March A. D, 1941, as is by law required. Now, un- less you, the said non-resident de- fendant above named stall person- ally be and appear before said Cir- cuit Court. on the 17th day of March A. D. 1941, to be holden Rt bncoln, Illinois, in n6 t the t County, and plead, answer or de- mur to the said plaintiff com- plaint, the same and the matter and things therein clmrged and stated will be taken as confeged, and a decree or judgment entered against you according to the pray- er of said complaint. George L. Morrill, clerk. Lincoln. Illinois, February 10th, A. D. 1941. B. A. Tyler, Plaintiff's Attorney. * a and Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Brooker. Sr. nd Mrs. Eugene Laughery ...... e  .... hicao i ....... 'l vrs. lizaoeth Manes return (1 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allison and il Marvels and. " Runy =a =:e r :ny l home Sunday evening from Lin- two children left Wednesday for Cd M ...... P '[coln follo-ing a stay of three their hme in White Rack' Suth a,*tl tI ' :! . WeSley laughery ........ e easy o. "  'i weeg at the rome oI ner augn- Dakota, having arrived here Bun- = rICE OFATI()N--=I ter, Mrs. Mark McCullough, and day to attend the funeral of hr .  of Illinois, Logan County,' family, sister, Mrs. Rodney Moo re, Sr. fL*'  n the Circuit Court -'  . - - ebruary 7th, A. D. 1941 vea. w. urover was a visitor in The members of the Contract _ Margaret :Marshall vs Ilhopohs Monday. ]Bridge Club were entertained by $t Edward Marshall" Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cox, of Mrs. Walter S ares on the after-m g RV(LS Ouality ;g_ . No. 6992. Lockport, visited here from Friday noon of Wednesday, Feb. 12. Fol- p davt of non-residence of to Tuesday wit his mother, Mrs. lowing a 1 o'clock luncheon served l]eUvin t I_ ght FxI. ward William Klotz. at the residence of Mrs. R.C. q0 office of g e:niret'ol Mrs. James Goodman of Rock Beidler, the group went to the The Cigarette of "" d County. notice is therefore Island visited in the city Sunday home of the hostess' sister, Mrs. given to the said non-rest- and Monday %qth her mother  Dean Foster to zyla, cards The $TEPHANO BROTHERS. PHILADELPHIA, PA defendant that the taint" ........ . ,   her ccrmDlaint in e-ai p ti Frank Theobald, coming to attend pr,zes were awarded to :Mrs. Gene =e 16th day of January A. t e funeral of Mrs. Rodney Moore, [C. Clear and Mrs. Harry Maim.  41, and that thereupon an  ............... [ The members of the Neighbor-  m __ 211 Summons issued out of .ia NOTICE OF CLAI%! I ,. I    ............ i where said suit  now StaU of .ll.ois, County of og., I #7//#ff ////# , returnable on the 17th ss. 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D. 1941, the ff on, eases, ann a decree or[same being the 7th day of sid /'fffff ./ merit entered against you ac-:month, is the claim date in the es- i i//////.#z/ ing to the prayer of said crP tate of said deceased and that | | It. claims may be filed against said Sensationa. mOW Price! I GEORGE L. MOPJILL estate on or before said date with- ith .g: I Packe w eatures! Clerk out immance of summons. ln, Illinois, Februaz--y 7th, Herbert Shellhammer, D. 1941. Super-Size Twin Unit Cooking Top Lamp er Dearborn, Complainant's Leland Simkins, Administrator. Oven Thermizer Well itor. Attorney High Speed Broiler Cooker with Baking .......  ..... -- 3 Large Storage Rack Drawer * "Cook-Master" Oven Control illustrated, ol}- ncere an ou . . . Cooking Units oath with five practical cooking speeds. 1941 MODEL B-15 To all of the voters who supported me so utm  z r v,.v -----r--ma--g,--ew'--" a'ue loyally in the Democratic Caucus held Satur- Frigidaire Electric $106,S0 Only $146 .50 .... day. 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