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FEB. 2/, 1941 TIHIE MOITNf PCI_-_-'--'- +-M-mt-,,+w, _-_--t-l'l' IPII--- +lml+ - -!!- "SJlWOllt P,m Order of servicel Sunday, Mar. 2: l yeara as recorder of Camp No. 3"/1 Resident Factor In Equal Suffrage ormer + Services at 10:30 a.m. iFriday. We extend to everyone an invi-i :Mrs. Phelan has served oontin- t ( Granddaughfer of All three spoke, tation to worship with us. uously as recorder of the camp hour when women educators were was arranged. It is wonderful how often the since 1931. The award signifies ,Idabez Ca pps Aided 'exceptional. s conkhn and Mrs In response to my inquiry about words "joy" and ''ejoice" occur in faithful service in behalf of the .. .-Ithe Scrintures. The secret of true fraternal benefit society. Work in Kansas Naturally Mr. " . it Mrs Conklln coma not recau ," .................. ,joy is not zounu m u. ,-,so A letter of congratulation and  the Wichi- - Wichi- i Parsons in Kansas rallied to  ether the meeting at the opera  ..... -h i free zrom things that hurt and an- appreciation was ent to ]YLrs. phe- as -  ''' _ , I the banner of equal rights for house was well attended. But she I noy. It is found in being able to lan by Miss Erna M. Barthel of #- , on leo. ti appearecl an ....... came 'ticle -^ - - ' ...... women hen tnac cau did remember that the luncheon keep our faces turned to the sun- Rock Island, supreme recorder of ut tne early says zn na , - -  this state as an ana cno e At went over one hundred per cent. t shine of God's love, no mattea'*Royal Neighbors of America. , written by Victor "Murdock. r,  gathered the information for especially inviting battlefield. $  story from Mrs. P J. Conklin a rally arranged at Topeka three Going over some of the scenes what happens. I Mrs. Phelan is well known in Ren. e:.n " the Lord always and Mount Pulaski. her parents, Mr. 1 ithat city. colossal crusaders were advertis- in the old days with Mrs. Conklin I Rejoice. Phil. 4:4. 'and Mrs. Frank Prunty,  ( 0 ed Susan B. Anthony, Anna B. I asked her about her long resi-]a , , - Lincoln, having resided here avny" 0  will be of interest to old Shaw and carrie Chapman Catt. dence--twenty-five years--in the BATON TVCIRLE, R8 OF i yeans ago. She is a niece of ra. ends in Mount Pulaski as Mrs. They were not ably advertise home. here which was first the ipERFORM AT CHARLFATON Harvey F. Crdon and 's, Gee. 0 @klin was born in Mount Pu- All three appeared. None was Munger House, then the Woodman Twirling batons and beautiful F Suedmeier. 1 +tki, her name before marna: prominent at the time---fame wa home, originally a wInut log ,girls occupied the spotlight be- Laura Capps. She was be to come later and the trio were house which was eventually cov- i tween halves at the basketball ]g_r. Rena Droblsch of Chicago 7 th block knovn in the 1870's truly pioneering, ered with siding and much enlar- gazr in Charleston Feb. 18 be- arrived Tuesday evening to visit  the old Capps Park. and her Mrs. parsons had an inspire- ged. The Conklir moved into it ltween t.he Illinois State Normal'her sister, Ms. John M. Rothwell, rents were Mr. and Mrs. Ebb tion. KingTnan was neW; its very when the Woodmans moved out. Redbtrds and the Eastern Illinois :and family. 2 ps She married P J Conklin - -- made it interesting. Vehy]on occasions when the Conklms Teachers' quintet. During the l . imancy e at the time  was ,-bligh ....... e the three talented guests ! made alterations in the old dwell- half, t h e C-eorgetown twirling I Why sttcce or failure may de- 0 . _ .c v,, " notmw ' " " l df::] mg thoYnklf n m=cuyln:ft gi; [cort of eleven girls and one boy, pend on your mter eye. 8elen 0 t a newspaper. They moved to [of the state down to Kink ,gheni i accompazfied by the Georgetown lsts have found that If you're 0 gman, Kansas moe than 50 a luncheon? Seized with th The 0 Irs ago, and later located in Mrs. Parsons turned to Mrs. conk- dwelling was some forty years ago i Pep band. performed in specially, right-eyed and left- or vice 0 !chits. wbre Mr. Conklin died lin who consented to lend a hand and fortunately Mrs. conklin then arranged twirling novelties. Earl versa, you're likely to have more 0 RUmber of years ago. The story althoug=h she confesses today that had several interior photographs Hours, who graduated from East- t trouble than people whose eyes cerns three women who became she had her msgiungs about ca- taken of it. 5 Onally famous, as is as fol- parisonmg a luncheon in King-man Many wayfarers across the prai- ] ern State in 1939, is director of and hands co-operate, but don't the grote. I let it dimurage you as pointed Ira: at that time. Possibly the three ries in the early days stopped at This corps is said to be one of out In the illustrated feature In ++From Mrs p. J. Conklin I crusaders would not accept the in- this Munger House hen it was the outstanding high school twirl-  The American Weekly, the T ked up not so long ago the ate- vitation. But they did. So Mrs. the most pretentious and the most ing groups in the state. It was de- zinc distributed with next week's  0 f a particularly noteworthy Parsons and Mrs. Conklin set comfortable haven in tt region i veloped by :Mr. Hout, who ha++ di-  Sunday Chicago Hersld-Amerlea miP'pty m pioneer days It was not +aemselves to prepare for the and thereafter found ths a sen-*rected the Georgetown band for  .............. ",'ichita. but in Kingman at a great day at the parsons home. timent for it survived in their two years. One of the first problems to ap- lreasts. And more than once the Mount ';$1.00 fo $3.00 PAID FOR while there, had the e aen the railroad had just Earl Hout nvied a _. en completed to tt point. Mr. pear was in the slxpe of a scar- Conklins, , Pulaski glrl, Miss Kathryn Neu- DEAD HORSES & CATTLE" P" J' Conklin from city of napery. Mrs. conklin made experience Of an old-timer wan-lmeyer ' daughter of Rev. and M_. on F. E. Neumeyer, at the Methodist size and condition) ,, "nt Pulaski Illinois were living a special trip to Wichita and oh- dering back to the front door oft I {exact price depending ire then and among their neigh- rained the needful tablecloth and the dwelling and asking if he i parsonage here last March. r'e  were a couple also from lilt- napkins from David Walker. might look around through the I We Also Pay for Dead Hoq$ . rooms again in tribute to that I L]NCA)LN LODGE WOMAI ' - , Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parsons. Wichita aldOcuCtbUodth early "h Mrs. Conklin and Mrs. Par-twhite-toppe P ...... eSn=! time when he had firstlGiVEN RNA AW..D Rendering& , lo'i ha  ........... tasion The husbanas m tle ,  known tl comforts of this cozy,   pmneenng ancuy.  -- ........ tl out on the empty prairies. I A gold emblematic pin has been Fertilizer Company ng F*iIra Capls Conklin's paternal J man women parlczpat,, ;stled corner ,awarded Mrs. The Phela, 511 I Lincoln, Illinois me cLfather, Jabez Cupps, +++as a I proposed entert.a'nena hunt for o.wr PULASKI ]Pekin street, incoln, by Royal! .peaost figure in early Illinois [out on the prairies n ....... CHRAN CHURC'H Neighbors of America, in recognt- i Phone: Lincoln 858 and Reverse Charges. were en at pringTield a host to the  quail, prairie chicken um.t J. Wayne 8tstey. Pastor. tion of her record of serving ten ,ey ateaus of St. Louis" and to Ab-IkeY and came home_heavy or. -. .......................... "-:; a lkam Lincoln, Governor Dick Og-[game. mrs. ConK!m leeh:cYhr+l evideY and other leading men of]lects the decora:mn wn n, - . " a. luncheon. ..z.,: ring  fronher. Jabez Capps found- tmgmshed th t ...... uched 1 HAVE YOUR and were in the steamboat l hal a success that ...... t .__ on the Miss+ssi, h-- ++ was ests immediateW resoivvu ,, I }'(real business. Mrs. Parsons" tly would never. .lra::.. with" F  if the souia go a ars also had helped fashion selves Y   frontier. Her mother had out sowing a little equi suf.ra: SAI I" Bill S ' FRE OIL 5 +allen +very Week and Ask Us BON DD GAS acndpOE00 L A D V E R T IS IN G ray : + i + BROWN'S SERVICE STATION Printed By The .n.f MOUNT PULASKI -NEWS HERBERT LENZ I00e4 Lincoln's Leading0ptometrist "It Reaches the Farmer" and Manufacturing Optician 510 Broadway Lincoln, Ill. Phone 1062 I