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Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Mitchell, of Lincoln, were dinner guests last Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Robson at their apartment in the Times-News building. Mrs. Anna Ryan visited relatives in Lincoln Wednesday. The Dorcas G.uild of St. John's Lutheran c/torch met Tuesday nignt with Miss Viola Drobisch at her home on South Vine street. After the business session RQok was played, the honors going to Mrs. William F. Binder and Mrs. Walter A. Schafer. The A. V. class of the Methodist curch will meet at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday, March I1, with Mrs. G. F. Wait at her home on North Layette street, witl Mrs. Mino Allspach and Mrs. Kenneth Ren- t her as assisting hostesses. Ruth Finke, 13, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Finke, living in ,.!i  Chester township, five miles north of Mount Pulaski, was removed in the Schal ambulance last Friday to the Deaconess hospital in Lin- coln for medical care. Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Watt, and the latter's father, J. C. Burgoyne, were or a visit from Saturday to  Monday, guests in Augusta of Dr.  WaRt's brother, Dr. M. L. Wait, who has been ill, and in Hamilton of their son, Dr. Myron B. Wait, and family. M. Carl Opperman, living east of the city, returned home last wk-end from the Deaconess hos- pital, Lincoln, wherehe had been a patient for several days. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stall had as dinner guests Sunday evening %. at their home in the southeast cor- ner of the city,. Mrs. Lena Schaf- er, Mrs. Pearl, Waddell, Mrs. Wes- ley Lauffhery, Mr. and Mrs. WiN bur E. Soil. Following the dinner 500 was played. J. C. Burgoyne left Wednesday for his home in Rock Island fol- lowing an extended visit with his daughter, Mrs. G. F. Walt. U. S. Mehl of Peoria associated with the Illinois Highway Trans- portation Co., was in the city Tuesday on business, also going to Springfield, being accompanied to that city bY his friend, Fred W. Grover. This company operates the bus service between Peoria and Decatur, making Mount Pu- laski one of the stops. Mrs. T. W. Moore, Mrs. Flor- ence Obcamp and Mrs. Frank Moore were visitors in springfield Tuesday. Mrs. Lora Z. Lipp, president of the Logan County Federation of Women's CIubs, was guest speak- er Tuesday afrnoon at the meet- ing of the Woman's ChUb in Mid- dletown, held in the home of Mrs. Harry Pierce. She was accompan- ied on the auto trip by her niece, Mrs. Frank E. Turley. On the afternoon of Wednes- day, Feb. 26, Mrs. Pearl Waddell was hostess to members of the Contract Bridge Club at her lome on North Scott street. The prizes ware awarded to Mrs. C. M. Mer- rlman and Mrs. Harry S. Martin. "fine next hostess will be Mrs. Leigh, W. Lucas. ,, We AreA Walgreen Store Visit Us When in Uneoln FEOEIBACHEIrS LIzoll  Pulaski St. 'Tavern' Star Shirley Booth, star of the cur- rent Broadway hit, "My Sister Eileen," lends gaiety and charm to Columbia network's sprightly new Saturday-evening series, "Duffy's Tvern." With. Ed Gard- ner_in the role f "Archie," Mks Booth portrays Miss Duffy, daugh- Donna Jean, of TaylorviIle, had dinner with Mrs. Celia Poffenbar- ger and family. Helen Butler spent Sunday afternoon and eve- ning there. Mrs. Frank Leckrone spent Sun- day with her sister, Mrs. Arthur Leckrone, near Lanesville. Mary Bellatti and Mrs. Celia Poffenbarger were in Taylorville on business Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. (2. Musser and Russell Goodrich were in Lincoln I Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bartels of ]Clinton and Miss Anderson of Chicago, a missionary of Africa who is home on a furlough, spent I Friday evening at the home of i John Clendenen. Norms Gulso was home Sunday afternoon and night returning to her duties as nurse Monday morn- ing. Mrs. Celia Poffenbarger, Mrs. Mary Bellatti and Mrs. Ellis Quandt attended the funeral of little Robert Foster, three weeks l old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Fos- ter, at the Vancil funeral home at Springfield Saturday, March 1. Mrs. Foster was formerly Mar- garet Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Green. The D. W. Y. W'. club will meet with Mrs. W. C. Musser Tuesday, March 11. It will be an all day value to him. You are invited to all our services. , KENNEY MISS JENNIE ROWE Correspondent Recreational leader, Mrs. Mary Marshall, returned Friday from Taytorville, where she had spent the week at the WPA training school. The play school was re- sumed Monday morning. Oving to the presence in town of two scarlet fever cases:  attendance was small. David, the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Todd, and Alice, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- mund Clark, are the sufferers. Mrs. Charles Kirk returned Mon- day from Waterloo, Iowa, where she' visted her grandson, Charles E. Kirk, who was in the research hospital in Chicago, but is now with his father, Carl Kirk, in Wat- erloo. Ctmrles is .slowly recover- ing his eyesight and expects to be home in a few" days. Ross Mooney, commander of Crang-Bennett Pqst, No. 103, Am- erican Legion, reports that 170 ex- service men registered in DeWitt county Saturday in the nation- ter of the Tavern's ornery propri- etor. Actor-writer-producer Gard- ner created the role of Archie in" an earlier radio series. i COPELAND MRS. NEAL gULSO Correspondent II quilting and the hostess will serve dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Scott are parents of a son born Thursday morning, Feb. 27. The baby has been named Don ErroI. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cass spent lday afternoon with W. C. Mus- ser and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bellatti, Mr. and Mrs. John Drabing, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Drabing and family, wide national defense registration. SeVen local service men have reg- istered for national defense'. The Kenney Bridge club met Friday evening with Miss Ethel Edwards. Prize winners were Mrs. H. B. Rowe and Louis Fink. I Dale Wilson gave a talk to the ! {high school assembly Friday mor-i I ning at a pep session. Review of I the basketball history of Kenney Community high school and sport Eighty-three was the attendance } of Mason City, had b{rthday din- at Copeland Sunday School Sun-Iner with Richard Drabing and day. [family. Neal Gulso, Norms and Mrs. Betty Shellhammer and Mr. [ Robert were tlere in the after- and Mrs. Ernest Hild and children [ noon. spent Sunday afternoon and eve-[ Herbert Shellhammer was in ning with Charles Schroth and I Petersburg Saturday. vife. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hild and sons spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kusterer. Mrs. Kusterer went home with them for several days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Wrm H. Scroggins of Pilot Rock, Ore., Don Metcalf of Dawson spent Sunday afternoon with the farmer's aunt, Mrs. Jolm Clendenen and family. An all-day quilting was held at the home of Mrs. Belle Knudon Tuesday with a potluck dinner. Those helping were Jennie Birks, Violet Cooper, Mary Bellatti, Mrs. Fred Bellatti, Mrs. Celia Poffen- barger, Mrs. Frank Leckrone, Ir- ene Hild, Mae Shellhammer, Mrs. Betty Shell_hammer, Mrs. Clarence Bowers, Mrs. Grace Gasaway, Mrs. Bertrum Batchelder, and Mrs. W. C. Musser. stories were given. Burdock also addressed bly. There were 595 residents who receipted sistance checks during of February. The total ceived in this county was or an average of $20.65 ELMER MIER REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP Will Appreciate Your Support i ELECTION TUESDAY, APRIL I, 194t i ii J. days Caro Dr patient their h 26, IV were t surpris and M Mr. living Mr. an Mr. a and faz Schrot Scaffez R. enter ith, wi. r .  _ _.le travelh .?i . Leonal A: r. and FUNER recent r. and her par -- Wlliteras AMBULANCes. ,o, SERVICE :rtfr"her --itchler. ;r. and HERSHE te Friday HOME L Bue, I. Willia Phone 83 or SOUkop i  t. . nthe 26, ae l bfis ral frie the W Vellingl games llents P pre ee Ya t Dora! lepta B Louise mt be Met llol boa] ted offi The Birks community club will meet Friday night when a play, "Dr. Jim," will be given. Eileen Stopher left Monday to attend a beauty operators' con- vention in Chicago. She will re- turn Wednesday. John Welch and family, of Illi- opolis, spent Sunday wit! Win. Cooper and Tamily. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dain, Mr. and MYHODIST CHtrKCH F. E. Neumeyer, Pastor Services for Sunday, March 9: Sunday School at 9:30 a. m Worship Service at 10:45 a. m. Epworth League at 6 p. m. The Lenten period offers an ex- cellent olportunity to renew our loyalty to Christ and the Church. 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