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LAKE FORK ii MRS. HA-RRY PIATT Corresponderrt On Wednesday night, Feb. 19, a ,,, son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl .Lercher. This is their fifth child ".el and fourth boy. They are living .r qth her mother, Mrs. Laura Fui- telQr.n and Mrs. Wm. Peters, Mrs. /aLawrence PuSh, Ms. Taylor Tur- ley "made a business trxp to Lath  a " ' - ( m Wednesday afternoon. e @= se The Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs Clyde Febus on Wednes- rk f0day afternoon and put in a quilt tOOk ' for Mrs. Herman Bohn. Rev. Porter of Niantic was over SUnday night and preached to a fair sized crowd rirn@ Mr an ' .; " d Mrs. O. L. Piatt Jenner. rniq. Miss Lucy Robinson of IAncoin the  qsited Saturday night and Sunday With her sister. Mrs. Willis Gaff- ney and family. Mrs Harold Laatsch and Mrs. Harry Piatt was in Lincoln Satur- vo;d  day afternoon on business. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Litterly and little son made a business trip to en. Lincoln Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mason and family of near Cornland spent Sun- day with his mother, Mrs. Kato Mason and bro=her Henry.  Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Foster spent SUnday near Decatur with her sis- nt f0  ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. B. a si: I Ingran Mrs. Lag'ram fell about three Weeks ago on the ice and !. broke her ankle. Visitors at the ,home o Mrs. Laura titen Sunday were Mrs. Mary Hines and son of Illiopolis, Mrs. Lila Barton, of Mount Pulas- ki, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stu!ts and daughters of Hartsburg. h Carl Schneider, of Lincoln, was ere on business Tuesday. Len Albert was a Lincoln visit- or Thursday. D. B. Keohlar and L. F. Keohlar Were Lincoln shoppers Tlrsday. Stuart lrown, of Springfield, was here on business Wednesday. rears tarl Leroher and Jim Follis Were Mount Pulaski shoppers Fri- day. Lincoln shoppers Saturday were Fred Fuiten, C. L. Coats, T. T. TUrley, Lawrence Push, D.B. cope ,s red i land, Jim Follis, Elmer Moore, Jonh 13ryson, Mr. and Mrs. DeN bert Heohlar and family, and L. F. KeOhlar. Len Albert was a Mount Pulas- ki shopper Saturday. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION State of Illinois, Logan County, ss In the Circuit Court cirri. ' , February 7th, A. D. 1941 p r.._x'Y Margaret Marshall vs. mclr wtght Edward Marshall. Jays." ! No. 6992.  . Adavit of non-residence of the defendant Dwight Edward having been filed in the office of the Circuit Court County, notice is therefore to the said non-resi- that the plaintiff complaint in said Court 16th day of january A. and that thereupon Sns issued out of stud wherein said suit is now returnable on the 17th of March A. D. 1941, as is by required. Now, unless you, the non-resident defendant above be and ap- Circuit Court, on of March A. D. 1941, at Lincoln, Illinois in the said County, and answer or demur to the said complaint, the same aqd natters and things therein and stated will be taken and a decree or entered against you ac- to the prayer of said can- GE h. MORRILL Clerl ', ]In, Illinois, February 7th, -I) 1- Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Coats and Clean Off Her Feet," by members]sion of 25 cents will be charged. ]and Dorothy Daily danced. Mus- family, of Springfield, were visit- of the club; vocal solo, Victor veryone is cordially invited, ic was furnished by the High Stoll; readings, John brock; More details of the affair will be School orchestra. song, Fern Maske; comedy sketch, given later. A recruiting station for mere- ors here Sunday wit i relatives. SDCi IIL Mrs. Ena Gandy and Wendell bers of the American Legionand HarneSS; cOmmunity singing. Re-'MOUNT PULASKI LIBRARY World War veterans was open freahments were served by a com- CLUB .MEETS MARCH 4 from one to five p. m. Saturday at rrdttee composed of :Mr. and Mrs. The next regular meeting of the Carl Fort's barber shop. Prof. E. HAPPENINGS Carl Schmidt and Mr. and Mrs. Mount Pulaski Library Club will H Burdock was in clarge. Henry Stoll. be leld in the library rooms at Mrs. Clara Ballew is suffering REBEKAH IA)DGE - IJITNEY SUPPER AT 2:30 p. m Tuesday, March 4, the from a badly bruised and Iacera- INITLATED CANDIDATES hostesses to be Mrs. Igllis C. Down- ted hand. the result of a heavy Central Rebekah Lodge No. 31311NTELLIGIENCE SCHOOL meeting in Odd Fellow's hall last i On Friday evening, Feb. 28, the ing, Mrs. Pearl Waddell. Miss Ka- lump of coal falling on the han tie Voile and Mrs. Clarence E. while firing the stove at the LI- Friday night, Feb. 21, was at -Mthers' Club of the Intelligence !school. located three miles north West. A program is being ar- brary Wednesday. tended by many members and a. number of visitors. Four cancli-I west of Lake Fork, will sponsor a ranged. Mrs. Corn Rybolt. through l jitney supper and pinochle card It is urgent that a large number attorney, Wire HerriCk,courthaSto fileddis. dates were initiated, the work be - ing done by the degree staff of the i party. The menu will consist of l of members be present, as at the t a suit in the circuit Rebekah lodge of Clinton. i sandwiches , baked beans, cottage!businesa session arrangements will' connect three tracts of land from cheese, various kinds of salads, ] be made for the annual dinner and the village of Kenney. The land AT]rENDED MF-'TING OF ]and coffee. Serving will comme ncelfd sale to be sponored by the i is at present unplotted for lots STATE SPORTSMEN'S C'LU] at 5:30 o'clock, and cards at 8 club on Saturday,, March 15, as a and streeLs and is south and west Otto Ey and Henry J. Mayer, o'clock. Everyone is cordially in-i benefit for the library, of town. The Tunbridge unit of the De- president and vice-president re- vited to attend. Members of the spectively of the Mount Pulaski general arrangements camnttee I Witt County Home Bureau met sportsmen's Club, were in Slng- are Mrs. Ivan Smith, Mrs. Orville KENNEY ;Friday with the Texas unit at the field Sunday and attended the an- Defrees, Mrs. A. Baumbardt, Mrs.  l home of Mrs. Lloyd Phares. The nual meeting of the Illinois Fed-;Everett Cherry and Mrs. Elmer MISS JENNIE ROWE l major lesson on "Finishes for eration of sportsmen's Clubs, gO-Fulscher: Correspondetrf I Floor and Woodwork" was given ing as delegates fro the local or- , by Mrs. Clyde Wade and the min- ganization. Over 350 delegates i POTLU(N{ DINNER GIVEN were in attendance- C. H. Skinner HONORING BITEIAYS ..e or lesson on "Multiple Choice Test of Olney was elected president, t A potluck dinner was given Play pt__ by CqCh._i,,I t with Words." was conducted by "When a woman Decrees. a Opal Whitehead. A valentine tea !Sunday, Feb. 23, at the country three-act home talent comedy, PICTURE APPEARED IN !home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas was presented Tuesday evening at was enjoyed with a valentine ex- The next meeting will be CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE ' A page in the ChiCagO sunday'Wachter, over two miles southeast the High School auditorium by change. Tribune of Feb. 23, headed "Soci-!of city, in honor of the birthday church.the Ladies'Mrs.Guild E.f theH. MethodiStBurdock Mrs.a pototislUCkprestondinner Marchat the 21.hme of ety', was devoted to women of i anniversaries of Mr. wachter and coacl the play. The cast was Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, MichigaMrs. Merle Reidle, the latter of as follows: wanad Wof=nK?ret f t? ps'oltrIchestnut. STOP. LOOK w . ..  Those present were as foLlows: so---CarloBilly De FOe,Kincaid.worth a million or Mount Pulaski, a holiday vrme, I Mr. and Mrs. Merle Reidie, daugh- Toney, pretty but pho- MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT who was formerly Miss Florence iter Rosetta and son Gerald, of ny--GeorgedineMabelle Monts. NOW! Schott, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. i Chestnut" 'H. Lena Wachter, Now that summer heat has Siias Sawyer, just a lawyer--J, gone and the cool crispness of the air, you cer- W. H. Schott, of Edinburg. I Paul and Tony Wahter, Mr. and .... MEJE'r t Mrs. Emil Wachter, daughter_ Wa- G. Do. auttmm is in Hilda M. Burl, just an ancient talnly won't have any trouble ART UNIT " 7 netta, Mr. and Mrs. Elnr wacn- girl--Hazel Mills. keeping your hair in place af- FRIDAY, ,_,, _ -  Pu l ter, daughter Mary Marlene, . Beasle Hayden, just a poor little ter you have one of our fault- Moun " " The Art Unit of the | and Mrs. Myron J. F_,ggers0 Jr. lessly done permanent wav, laski Woman's Club will meet attend Mrs Harold Ryan, son Robert maiden---Othletha DeLuca. Don't Delay Any Longer Matilda Petter, a real man-get- Telephone today and make your 2:30 p. m. Friday, March 7, at the Harold ' "and daughter Carol Ma- ter, Mrs. Mary Marshall. appointment for a new perma- home of Mrs George RulP on rie, Adam Weckel and daughter Thom- Rastus Toll, blacker than coal nent wave that will hold its as Wachter and daughters Mor- Mrs. Io Shepherd. shape, one that will do Justice North Vine street. Te toptc will Miss virginia, Mr. and M. to a new Fall hairstyle. be "Modern American Artists," Mandy DeHaven, no wliter than the subject matter to be treated ence and Alice, Norman McMee a ravenMrs. Louis Fink. BOBBLE BEAUTY SHOP Lincoln's Leading by Miss Sciota B. Horn, Mrs. and Lloyd Ferry. There was entertainment be- BEalrtyllt$ Lloyd L Hargis and Mrs. G. F. I,ILL HOLD COOKING tween acts. Sharon Brady, Nor- Over Kresge's Wait- SCHOOL MRCH 19 ma Joe Moore, Marjory Sue, Mary Phone 871 Mrs. Ruby Kerpan COMMUNITY CLUB  The A. V. Class of the Methodist Jane and Marylin Abbott sang, i,,. ---" INTERESTING pIM:IRM church announces that the cla: The Rose Dell Community Club will sponsor a Cooking School in met on the evenine of Wednesday the church basement dining room Feb. 19, at the Rosedell . .__ l !on the. yt rn=tional W= eeamy-' house between Mount Pulas*rx an diMarcr*.xv" : "l in cha--e and on . -. xr T't AI|f,'H'YD in onstrau)r Will ll; ' (nestnut, Wltn Io/. "-'" -*---- charge of pro which includ- account of the expense of obtain ed a one-act play entitled ,'Swept ins her expert services, an admis SHEETS FUNERA HOME m On Display at Our Store-- the COPPER-CLAD ?mbinatini RANGE You've probably C00een a lot of combination ranges--and so have we. But we doubt that you have ever seen one so skillfully stream- lined and beautifully modem as this fine new Copper-Clad. 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