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[ ,u,tAy, MARCH 6, 1941 ., ., CHESTNUT t .Mrs. J. VV. Dunn departed say-&apos; ll days ago for Spartansburg, uth Carolina to be near her LZJlband, Dr. Dunn who is a med- ical patient in the Veterans' hos- At their home Wednesday night, b. 26, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene 1 were tendered a housewarm- surprise. The guests were . and Mrs. Rail Schroth and ily, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ru- e, living west of Mount Pulaz- i; Mr. and Mrs Clifford Leim- h, Mr. and Mrs" Raymond La- and family Mr and Mrs. Nor- _ttrt Schroth. Mr. and Mrs. Har- I Schaffenacker. I The R. O. S. ClUb members re entertained last Thursday rnoon by Mrs Wqlbur G ith, whist being the diversion. rile traveling prize went to Mrs. ren Kizer. A club guest was rs. Leonard F. McCann. )r. and Mrs. Albert Dittus ' ere recent visitors in Blooming- II ill. m ]Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cook, of w raington, were guests Sunday her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. :hiteman. rs..George Keller arrived last Y from Shelby'ville, Missouri. visit her daughter, Mrs. Alvin tSchler. lr. and Mrs. N. A. Goldsmith lde an auto trip Saturday to atur. e Afternoon Bridge Club met ' Jl: Friday afternoon withMrs. ' rt Bueber. Club guests were t I" William Suedmeier, Mrs. Vie- * _ Soukop and Mrs. N. A. Gold- nth'the evening of Wednesday . 26, a surprise party was ten- Miss Margaret Waddell by ral friends as a farewell event, the Waddell family is moving 'ellingt6n, Illinois. A number games were played, and re- ihraents were served. "Phe P present included Misses ce Yauch, Jessie Ruth My- L Dorothy and Nadine Kizer. ena Baker, Dorothy Curtis. i 1' Louise Ey, the latter two of i aat Pulaski. Methodist church Sunday l board at a recent meeting  officers to hold office un- a: new church board of edu- n is organized and confirm- to take over the program of ation. The officers are as fol- iO: Albert G. hillich, general rintendent; Merritt M. Wil- , assistant; Robert Aughen- , secretary- Dan Buelder as- nt; Mrs. Wilbur G. smirch, urer; Mrs. belbert Hum- ey, department supt., begin- 'Primary; Mrs. Albert /_,akin, Bionary supt.; Mrs. Ellis Voile. j Perance; Mrs. ugene Kretz- .'r, cradle roll; Miss Mabel , pianist; Leonard Obery, Jr,, Stant; Mrs. Merritt M. Wil- NOTICE e Boar:l of Supervisors of Lo- CoUnty qll meet at the Court in Lincoln Tuesday, March "  1941, for the transaction of  Inesa and the payment of bilIL bills must be eked in the office he County Cle , before noon ttrday, March 8th, in order to T allowed at th meeting. !i CLALrDE C. County ClerlL F. LIPP INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS Hazel Jean, who wi] be s;x year od hs fhe ;;nesf 'doli  an' '  ' konesf to qoodness bby s;sfer who ;ff]e qrl ever h aa-ca .ea.. live s fus , "four months o!a. Her name is Joann '/. They are the dauqh- +es o{ Dr. ad -/rs. F. W. Re ,ders o.  fh]s c;W. liams, chorister. The Ladies' Aid Society of Zion Lutheran church met in the church at 1:30 p. m. this Thurs- day. Mother and Daughter Banquet The annual Mother and Daugh- ter banquet was held in the Meth- odist church Tuesday evening, March 4, and was very successful and enjoyable. Those in charge of the program were Mrs. N. A. Goldsmith, Mrs. Henry W. Neu- schafer and Mrs. Eugene Kretzin- ger. The toastmistress was Mrs. Merritt M. Williams. The follow- ing program was given: Address, 'Mothers"--Mrs. boren Kizer. Daughter's response -- M a b e l Voile. I Group singing--Led by Mrs. b. D. Humphrey. I Xylophone solo---Norma Kath- i ryn Neuschafer. I H. S. vocal tri<y--Misses Rosalie i Smith, June Marshall and Leona! Hamblen. [ Address-Mrs. Fred Benkoe of i Decatur. Vocal solo--Mrs. Richard Huff, I of Decatur. I i t FIRST .I) INSTRUCTION t PLANN-ID IN ILLIOPOLIS t A class of instruction in first aid, sponsored by the Tlliopolis branch of the Red Cross, began a tn weeks' course of study on I Tuesday, March 4, at 7 p. n in! the library. The class is in charge of Mrs. Helen Fitzgerald, of Springfield, an experienced Red Cross instructor in first a:id. Ses- n STOP... LOOK sions will be held once a week for a two-hour period. How is your subscription ? MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT NOW! Now that summer heat has gone and the cool crispness of auttmm is in the air, you cer- tainly won't have any trouble keeping your hair in plwce af- ter you have one of our fault- lely done permanent waves. Don't Delay Any Longer Telephone today and make your appointment for a new perma- nent wave that will hold its shape, one that qll do justice to a new Fall hairstyle. BOBBLE BEAUTY SHOP Lincoln's Leading HalrstTIlsts Over Kresge's Phone 871 Mrs. Ruby Kerpan Mount Pu v00oz m: I Ivy Neal, Mount Pulaski, $2*/0, i Harry S. Martin, Mount Pulas- ki, $60, 4. County Treasurer T. O. Niewold Dean Shinn, Mount Pulaski, $90, anounced at the Logan County 6. : court house in Lincoln last Fri-i W.H. Oglesby, Mount Pulaski, :;?. day that checks amounting to $15, 1, $1,299, representing claims for 130 '. A.C. Rentmeister, Mount Pula- sh00p and l00bs killed by dogs n sheep lam00. the county during 1940, would be, mailed to farmers who had filed claims, there being 31 in number, i ;and they will be paid in full from ! the dog taxes collected for 1939, ! which aounted to $1,566.10. The 1940 claims are the highest since Jerry Hardin, Atlanta, $26, 3. Elmer Fulscher, Elkhart, $90, 9. J. I Moore, Elkhart, $80, 8. Charles Baker, Atlanta, $18, 2. George Hoerr, Eminence, $1{}4), 11. Weldon Wiemer, Prairie Creek, 1937, when $1,860.54 was paid for $10, 1. sheep losses. In 1939 the claims R.J. RandoLph, $7, 1. t ammnted to $475. th Bracey, Sheridan, $37, 5. Mount Pulaski township leads Bernard Gleason, FAkhart, $15, in the number of sheep killed by 1 , George White, Broadwell, $39, 5. marauding dogs during the past William Caskey, Aetna, $I0, 1. . year, and the claims filed indicate Tommy Young, Atlanta, $125, 'that 54 sheep were killed. Ivy 15 killed, 3 injured. Neal, living southwest of Mount I Pulaski, on the farm known a. the / old Munce place, will receive the largest share, $270, for 18 sheep killed. He filed four different 2. claims as dogs raided his floc ,four time.% killing seven on each' of two occasions; three on a third i Everett Book, Hurlbut, $21, 3. John Rankin, Broadwell, $15, 1. Iwis Burwell, Oran, $12, I. Peter John.on, Broadwell, $30, Myrl Rademaker, Orvil. $36, 3. More Claims Added to List Icem Cook of Eminence town- I and one on another raid. !ship filed a claim of $19.50 Satu_r- i Tbe maximum paid for sheepday for the loss of 13 turkey killed by dogs is $15 a head and killed by dogs, through Supervisor appraisers set the amount of the Barret t Rogers, with County !claim before it is filed for pay- i Treasurer T. O. Niewold. i ment" ! Additional clan amounting to List of Calm I Following is a list of the claius,' $98 filed by Mr. Rogers for 12 !sheep killed in Eminence township the amounts and the ntnber Ofand $160 for 16 sheep killed in ;sheep killed: t Hurlbut township and owned by Eugene Snook, Atlanta, $25, 2. iFred Faul, West Lincoln, $45, 3. i William F. enner and filed by him as supervisor, brought the to- Clarence Schilling, Elkhart, $48, tel sheep claims of Logan county 3 killed, 2 injured, to $1,557. CHEVROLET and . . because it'# a 9f.IP. 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