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8, 1941 ,LS, rEug MOUNt FULASKT TtM]-NgWS. MOUlWr t'U lx.uNoI8 News Analyst 1 ]tdbr. and Mrs. Eugene Tendick, are in the dairy business near "[ visited here Tuesday L eir parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Tendick and Mr. and Mrs. S. Hahn. I lilt. and Mrs. ALfred Tomlinson ladaUghter Beth Elaine of Rut- d, visited here Saturciay and Y witl their parents, Mr. Mrs. George A. Tomlinson, alld Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Earles. Leuella Litterly, student at the University of Illinois, Cham- llg]l-Urbana visited southwest the city Saturday and Sunday th her parents, Mr. and Mrs. "-atade IAtterly. e.- and Mrs. Frank Sams and hter Miss Marie, Mr. and Mrs. /.! "i:: " ter Sams Mr. and Mrs. Ever- ......  ..... i 9 Barns, living east of the city, One of the most popular and ere in Taylorvilie last Thursday eeb ' most incisive news digests on the of " 27, and attended the funeral air is Columbia nefwork's nightly Mr Paul Sams a relative, fivemlnufe program, 'Elmer Davis - F'lsie Hopkins returr.ed to hl; in Decatur Tuesday fol- anddistinguishedfhe News,'cBSPresentinganaJysf in thehis of significant devel- --rag a week's visit with her own summary IL lzts, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis GO- opmenfs throughout the world. Mr. Davis is known among his nef- th&h t work colleagues as "the master of their day evening Mr. and Mrs. understatement." home on Garden street ohfaf as: d ::dr ert. 1 ie: {_ltatives of this district. GIRL SCOUTS MAKE ;:,OChle was played and the pri- COOKIE SALE DRIVE Went to Mrs. Jawrence Smith L .Peal.ale, Oharl' es Rohrer of The Girl Scouts, Troop No. 1, of Mount Pulaski began its annu- eizield, Lee Berdstum of Lin- al Cookie Sale Saturday, March Wand the hostess. The group 1, and will continue taking orders _ be entertained at the next eting by Mr. and Mrs. Paul to Saturday, March 15, and will make deliveries several days la- st in Hartsburg. ter. The members of the Girl Scouts are making the solicita- CROSS WORK tions for orders, under the direc- UNT PULASKI tion of the captain, Mrs. LeRoy sewing andknitting pro- A. Halberg. for te Red Cross continue by the women of Mount "lhis is one of the wortly organ- izations of ti nation, and the and vicinity, meeting each cookies are sold as a benefit for afternoon in the townsl%ip the local troop, their only way of School. At the Monday ses- raising funds to carry on the the work on baby dresses work. So if you are approached COmpleted, and at the next for an order you will be doing a done. of the group knitting will good turn. The quota set for 1940 was 500 for Red (,*ross du- boxes, and the sale was in excess were Mesdames John of that figure. The girls want to George J. Smitl Tillle do better this year, and the goal Glenn Berry, Harvey is 600 boxes. Since this is a bene- Dan Blackford, Mary fit movement everyone should Jasper Veech. Wil- help the girls. ]. Stall, Ira Veail, Charles Arthur C. Shilling, Lor- Ldpp, Kenneth Stoll, Walter The Mount Pulaski George E. Suedmeier Ruckles, Elizabeth Mc- THEATRE Frank Mann, Karl Dittus E. Schehl, Henry Chrm- Otto Ey, John Curtis. FRL AND SAT. Morjorie Marall. Kath- March 7 and 8 ')lel, Doris Sehultz. Grace Mary F, lizabeth oetz. "HARTEII PILOT" hafer, Anna Fthrer. and Cornland, Mrs. C. F. Lan- wlfh [rs. Delbert Ford and Miss Lloyd Nolan -- Lynn Bad bay t,anham. ALSO-- Chaper 4 of the Serial 'WHITE EAGLE" SUN. AND MaN. March 9 and 10 MARLENE DIETRICH in "SEVEN SIHHERS" with John Wayne Albert Dekker Mischa Auer - Biliy Gilbert Broderick Crawford WED. AND THURS. March 12 and 13 "i'm Hobody's Sweetheart How" with Helen Parrish - Dennis O'Keefe Constance Moore Lewis Howard !SHRINE VISITORS Below is given the list of per- sorts who visited and registered at the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Shrine, the old Logan county court house in the Mount Pulas- ki public m:)uare, since WedKesday, Feb. 26. Among number were boys and girls who came to i the city Saturday to attend ses- sions of the State Grade School Basketball Tournament, and they became greatly interested when Custodian C. Zah handed each one an historical article concerning the building and its connection with Abraham Lincoln, and then took them through the structure. Fol- lowing are the names: Rutiand--Wilma Harms, Doro- thy Marie Weppler, Della Kincade, Ronald Bauman, Walter Harms, Fred Arndt, Richard Flynn, Don- ald McMeen, James E. Simpson. Macomb---Eleanor Douglas, Mar- Jorie Hock, Thelma Douglas, Vir- ginia Johnson. I Bushnell -- B a r b a r a Jones. Fair D,tel00o0000 Irralne Miller. 'vw'''1 ...... i Bardolph -- Mr. and Mrs. Orin #= r A , lLashbrook, Elotse LeMuter, Dick :et tar r00ug. #-00l,an00s Earl I.,indsey. Jr., Mr. and . I Mrs. R. R. Landis, Junior Lash- Directors of the Lgan _C.o. unty] brook, Carl Ciary, Tom Clayton, Fair Association me in IAncom] Lisle Svitzer, Everett McDonald, aturda afternoon and set the S y I Junior Ciary, Marion Hunter, Mr. dates of Aug. 3 to 8 for the 11)41 ] and Mrs. Earl Llndsey, Charle I fair. The change was made be-] Lashbrook. cause of the shifting of the state I Arthur -- Joan Blaase John fair up one week and the LoganlSnepp ' Janece Blaase. exposition has always preceded I Illiopolis---Elza Dean Oglesby, the state fair. [ Duane Copeland. sP eedway whr:sna:tpezeenLi Mac:i'en/thevi'n;Beustr" S: a two day racing meet Friday,[Darrell Stlne. July 4 and Sunday, July 6. Both I Lake Fork--Mrs. Herman Bohn. harness and running races will I Mount PuiakiMrs. Harry Mil- probably be staged, her, Fern Patterson. m SURPRISED AS THEY PREPARE TO MOVE The home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wachter and family, southeast of the city, was the scene of a farewell surprise party last ,aturday evening when neighbors and friends assembled, as the Wachters are moving into the city. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Eggers were also honored, as they are leaving he neighborhood and moving to the Rentmeister farm in the north- Aest part of Mount Pulaski town- sbip, the place now being owned by Carl Opperman. Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Car Hild, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Huston and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Glathwohl and claughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Benvenuto and son, Mrs. Sam- uel Kusterer, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Wubben, Mr. and Mrs. Ron- ald Halstead and son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Glathwohl and son, Mrs. Lena Wachter, Harold Bert- sche, Tony Wachter, Harold Braun, Paul Wachter. rAO= Arthur  Billy Aye, IL Eugene Hoke, Dolores Turney, Margie Aye, Fred Davenport. .... Cissna Park--Arliss Hari, Jolm Schmidt, Glenn Stauber, Morri Reedy, Doris Roll, Wayne Reoh- kemmer, Ralph Froehllng, charles Steidinger. Peoria--N. S. Merl. Mount Pulaski--Fred W. Gr0- el'. RED CROSS WOIK IN WILLIAMSVII2LE BEGUN A meetlng was held on the af- ternoon of Feb. 25 at the home of Mrs. Howard MdBride in Wil* liamsville 2o plan production work to be carried on by the Willla.n vAle township branch of the Amer- ican Red Cross. :Mrs. heads the welfare committee of that commmnity. The McBride family lived in Mount Pulaski be- fore locating in Willlamville, where Mr. McBride publishe the weekly newspaper, The Sun. M. McBride will name a eoe mittee for sewing and kttir. Members who will make surgical dreings will meet with the group at the Masonic Temple in pring- IRISTIAN CHURC J. Wayne Staley, Pastor Sunday, March 9: Bible School at 9:30 a. m. Clmrch Services at 10:30 a. m. God's Plan How do I know you ask. that in the end God's powder will con- quer all, and thrmgh Erernity Hla love will prove maater of our souls ? Need I have proof ? I tell you, between a world of chaos, and a world when God works on through moments men call time there lies a choice. And I choose God. If you are not attending ser- vice elmwhere, we cordially in- vite you to make this your Church home. O., So.00, Too, & C00ll is glad to do what tt can for national defense. Just look at the tainloads of soldiers and of materials! If this keeps on, the road'll be in dover." That's ONE WAY of looking at the subject. It's a cold- blooded way. It ignores the fact that the trac was a long time coming and may quickly go. It ignores, too, that the traiBc will be profitless in the long run if it causes us to over.expand facilities for its purely temporary han- dling. It ignores also the possible over.expansion of competitive carriers that would remain to plngoe us after the bugles stop soundiffg. But MOST OF ALL it ignores the fact that the Illinois Central is a flesh-and-blood organization, made up of men who are FATHERS AS WELL AS RAILROADERS, many of whom were under arms themselves nearly a quarter of a century ago. Our younger workers, t too, as well as our sons, are leaving us daily to enter national service. On every train of troops we handle there may be one or more of our own boys. In every car of lumber there may be shelter for them, and in every box of arms or nmmunition there may be something they will use in learning to preserve our nation. SMALL WONDER, then, that we handle with utmost care the men and the materials temporarily intrusted to us by Uncle Sam. To fathers and mothers everywhere we say: You may rest assured we will tle as good care of your sons and equipment as we are doing of our own.