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AY, MARCH 6, 1941 SOCIAL HAPPENINGS DLD AGE ASSISTANCE OFFICE MOVED The Logan County Old Age As- sistance office, which has been lo- ated in the court house in Lin- ".oln, moved Tuesday to tl Feld- man at 121'5 South Kic- apoo street, that city, announces Lhe superintendent, Virgil Rim- -*rraazl. The new office has three .m. The old quarters have be- :Ome too cramped. H]RS. MeQU.D AND LAUGHTER ON TE3L%S TRIP Mrs. Wilma McQuaid and laughter, Miss Marjorie, livng mUtheat of the city, departed last .riday evening for Overton, Tex- m, to visit relatives "a few weeks. [rs. MeQuald's son Louran, who s i the U. S. Army, and station- I at Camp Livington in Louisi- a, Will visit her at Overton. )GAN OOUN'rY COUPLE RRIF_ IN SPR]LNGFIFJ.,D At the home of Rev. K. F. Vhite in Springfield on Thursda "b Y' 'e . 27, occurred the marriage of iss Sarah Landers, daughter of (r. and Mrs. Clarence Landers of Ancoln, and Harold M. Reynolds on of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rey- nolds, of Mount Pulaski. The at- endants were Mr. and Mrs. Roy lroop, of Lincoln. The bride ZOre a dress of sk' blue, with I a c k accessories, while Mrs. roop's dress was of royal blue. e Yotmg couple will live in [ount iChilaski, Mr. Reynolds be- rg enqployed in the William E. [olraea & Son's garage. SRL-NGFIELD Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brown, 1429 eUth Fourteenth street, Spring- eld, have announced the aI>- roaching marriage of their aughter, Muriel, to Enmitt Shell- r, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al- ert Shellhammer, living four ,.ce northeast of Mount Pulaski, _ch will take place Sunday, ria. th23, in the Stuart Street tis church, springfield, with v. Donald j. Finley perfomning e dOUble ring ceremony. s Brown is a graduate of , talul high school, and is em- bed in Norman's Coffee Shop th. e capital city. Mr. Shellham- m a graduate of the Mount tavhip high school, at- Incoln College, and is a Sate of the University of 11- aoia. He is a member of the A1- a Sigma Phi fraternity. 'G .-VEmSABIFS SVED " COUNTRY On SUnday evening, March 2, a ruup of relatives and friends athered at the home of Mr. and [rs. Albert Harnish two miles 'est of Mount Pulaski to help la Celebrate their 25th wedding anivery, as well as that of it. and Mrs. Albert Haseley. Both Pies were remembered with useful gifts. A potluck v__.r was served at 6 o'clock. th'ides the honored ones, the _ et present were Mr. and Mrs. :Ui Oldenburg, daughter Myrtle, u son Gilbert, of Springfield; r, and Mrs. William Haseley. ad Mrs. Gust Haseley, Em- Vla, Wilbert, Arthur, LiUian, e non and Malven Haseley, of ; Mr. and Mrs.Ross Lane a [ daughter Betty, Mrs. John Ed- 'e , Misses Gusta, Ella and Em- ' Haley, Mr and Mrs Theo- [ ,e " " )If WOlf, Dorothy and Raymond m ,_air. and Mrs. Frank Horn, tterson, Delbert and Dean. VISITORS AT THE TENDICK HOME of the family and oth- fF. MOUNT PULASKi TIM-NEWH, MOUNT PIYLA]KI. O][ i| Married In Honolulu in the northeast like reflections from a big fire. Lightning, thun- der and rain Monday. Leonard Walker is home for the week-end from Kansas City where he attends an aeronautic school. Likes it fine and makes high grades. His folks drove to Jack- sonville Friday to meet him. A miscellaneous shower was given for Mrs. George Campbell in the lome of Mrs. John Harris last Wednesday. Rev. and Mrs. E. Paine of As- sumption and her mother, Mrs. Thurman. of Arthur. spent Tues- day evening at Albert Andersons and attended revival meetings here. A card received from Roy e, our huckster from Chestnut who is on vacation, the first in 25 years, to Oteen, N. C. He took Mrs. J. Dunn there to see her hus- band, Dr. J. W. Dunn. who is in the U. S. Veterans' hospital there for treatment and will take them on to Florida before returning home. The Harmony Home Bureau un- :t met Monday, Feb. 4, with Mrs, %oss Rau with all members and four visitors present. A potluck dinner was enjoyed and everyone was glad the major project, which v-as given by Miss McDonald on weight control, was given after PAI M i i i i i III 'Lee Waddeli with a picture as is moving to the northern part of the state. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Glenn Rau. Mrs. V. Hetzler was a Kenney and Clinton business caller Wed- nesday. She spent Friday evening with Mrs. Alice Wilson in Decatur and attended the Fun and Frolic Club of the First Presbyterian church, an old-fashioned singing party and taffy pull. Fifty-two were present for Sun- day school. Several are sick and unable to attend. The meeting will continue this week; Mr. War- nick certainly gets music out of that piano. On Tuesday night cials were a vocal duet by Kenny and Clark, a solo by Mr. Huff of Decatur, and Mrs. Featlers playo ed the accordian. Several were out from Decatur Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Chancy Myers spent Saturday at J. T. Shepherds and called at H. Kerwoods. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rau attend- ed church in Bloomington Sunday. Callers Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hahn on West Cooke street were Mrs. W. L. Siltmann, daughter Mabel, and son Ralhp, of Bath, Mrs. Ollle Greenslate, William Glick, ]Pred Glick, ancl Mr. and Mrs. Theron Zimmermann, of Ldncoln. Mr. and Mrs. Yames B. Follls The m.arraqe o Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. 2umDer took place in Pebruary af he F;rsf Mefhod[sf Church of Honolulu, T. H. Dr. James Doualas Evans performed the smp!e single ring ceremory. The br!,de nd "room were af+teded by ;ss ar;an Shofman ot UodgevIl!e, \\;/:-^,, n -d r A1berf Sort;ha of Honou u. Mrs. Mumper is the : ..... :.  .... CMon dauaher of r and Mrs. Chas. M. Gor- on, of fhis clfy. dr. Mumper ;s fhe son of Mrs. Tina Mmper of reaf a!Is, ontana. The groom is employed as a civilian at the P-d a-bor Navy Yard. , ,, Moun(Pulaski, were Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Zelle, Mr. and Mrs. John Zelle and son, and Mrs. Helen Dennison, of Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tendick, of Sher- man; Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Dennl- son, of Lake Fork; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tendiek, sons Harold and Fxlwin, and daughter Eleanor, Mrs. Minnie Tendick. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hahn and daughter AUSTIN MISS HATTIE KERWOOD Correspondent |_ II New cars on our streets for sev- eral weeks belonging to J. B. Al- lison, mail carrier, Howard Heft, Raymond Hoaglin, and Glenn Mary Lee. Bradshaw. l Arthur Galloways will not move %TTENDED FUNERAL IN" J to near Pans as they had planned. pON]L% SUNDAY J Henry Remmerts will move from Rev. and Mrs. H. Wittrock and lE" Jarvis' place to southwest of sons Arthur and John were in Pontiac Sunday, March 2, and at- tended the funeral services at 1:30 p. m. in the new Irwin funeral home, of William Beck, brother- n-law of Mrs. Wittrock. Burial was in Pontiac cemetery. Mr. Beck died in his Imme Fri- day, Feb. 28, following an extend- ed illness. He is survived by his wife, four brothers and two sis- .ters. Mr. Beck was 73 years old. I Lathan Henry Davis' have mov- led east a few miles to work for l George Wentworth. i A light snow Thursday. The I Northern Lights made quite a dis- Friday night; a pinkish glow URGENT I message to you who "WEIKNE$$" READ EVERY WORDI you women by ature often have dellcte co- stuons and there are so ny today who have signs of functional trouble. Maybe you've noticed YOUREL getting rudow, de- i l p, ervous, due to thls? %'hen try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound---famol for 0vex half a century in helping calm wom- en's upset nerves, relieve monthly pain {cramp, headache, backache), and l.ali, dizzy Sltl, due to fuc- tlonal dLturbance pths's Compound has helped hundreds of thouand of women and trls build up residence agent 'all.cult days." ONE tonic you can that Is mde especially for "rehDbc/ne your druggist Pink- dinner. The minor project, a re- port of the district outlook meet- ing, was given by Mrs. Robert Hayes. The health paper on "Mea- sles" was read by Mrs. John John- ston and Mrs. Ernest BIakeman had clarge of the recreation. Mrs. and family, living several mile.# southwest of Mount Pulaski, had as visitors last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Perce and daughteI, of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Walter KIlne and son, of Beason; Mi Mary McCullough of Atlanta; Ellis Volle gave a report on a Miss Geraldine Combs of Cora- meeting she attended in Decatur. I land; Mr. and Mrs. George Birks. Mrs. Albert Lakin presented Mrs. i of Fairhope, Alabama. i ii iii i Dr. Margaret Lushbaugh CHIROPODIST -- FOOT SPECIALIST 420 N. Lafayette St. PHONE 125 MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS ,i " I "  I IIIII I ! IIII I ALBERT F. DILLSAVER CANDIDATE FOR SUPERVISOR MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP Will Appreciate Your Support ELECTION APRIL I, 1941 Enter the KELGA RECIPE" CONTEST Get Particulars over W. L. S. Barn Dance Program IO:30 to I I:OO p. m. 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