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 }i: i , p_ fz TWsLVB !ii a i LATHAM rater f Mrs. Walter Howe, The Fun and Friendship ltb : met recently at ti home of Mrs. 'H. M. Couch, 846 West Packard skeet, Decatur, and enjoyed a pot- luck  dinner. Those present were Rev. and Mrs. Stoddard, Mrs. El- la Blrks, Mrs. George Kii(k, Mrs. John Vaughn, Mrs. Charles BOsler, Mrs. Effie Blair, Mrs. Alva Hin- richs, Mary Liming, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Galloway, homas Shyer. Miss Ruth Waddell returned home Sunday evening after spend- lng tl week-end in Peoria where she attended a Charts convention and spring opening. Mrs. Chester Ferguson, son Don- hie and daughter Dorothy, of De- catur, spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Waddell and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Sheetz and daughter Marilyn motored to Be-  Thursday afternoon to visit the Win. Lrey family. Paul Day, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oren Day, and friend, Warren Speck, of Woodriver, Ill., spent the: :veek-end with the farmer's par- ants. Mrs. Lizzie Browning and friend of Springfield spent Sunday after- noon wit L. E. Hunt and daugh- ter Harriet. 'I Miss Irene Wachter went to Pe- [ aria Wednesday to visit until I Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Beck and family, and Mrs. Lucille Hayward and family. Mrs. Albert Reiterman spent the week-end in Chicago visitin her sister, Mrs. Herman Shultz. Mrs. Maud Miller, of Elkhart, spent Monday through Wednesday with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Eldo Miller, and family. Relatives and friends attending the funeral servces of Eldo Miller were: Ollie Miller, Mrs. Fannle Dixon, Mrs. Blanche Judd, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Miller, of Spring- field; Mrs. Ernest Miller, Marie Miller, and Mr. and Mrs. George Beck, of Peoria; Mrs. Grant B- ham and son Jasper Blankenship, of Cornland; Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and son Richard, of Wil- liamsville; Mrs. Hattie Grissom, of Buffalo Hart; Mr. and Mrs. Cha. Miller, of Athens; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller and Mrs. Lorinda Mill- er, of Elkhart; Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Broug, hton, of Bloomington, Mr: and ]rs. Merle Howe, of St. Elmo; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Robinson, Mrs. S. D. Jarvis and Ellen An- derson, of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Bast, of alesburg; and Mr.. and Mrs. Herman Knifka, of Springfield. Mrs. Hattie Reiterman, who been visiting her daughter, Mrs. S. V, Sandifer and family, of Maryland, was called home Mon- day at the deatl of her brother, Eldo Miller. Mrs. Bartlett House and baby Harriet, of Lincoln, spent Wed- nesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Games. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seefelt moved to their new home Wednes- day at the Sam D..Jarvis farm west of Latham, just vacated by L. S. Vieth and family who mov- ed Tuesday to near Beason. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Garecht and daughter, Mary Jane, of Spring- field, spent Sunday with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Turn- er. Tim Christian Missionary soci- ety will meet Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Oscar Beaver. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Turner of Lincoln spent Saturday evening with his parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allison of Vqhlterock, S. Dak., moved here Tuesday to a home they purchas- ed, recently vacated by the James Center family. Mrs. Allison is a T MOUNT PUIK! TIMES-NEWS. MOUNT PULASKI. ILLINOIS Members of the Endeavor of the Lafham Christian Church Seated--Left to Right: Rev. Holt, Jack Pope.. Standing: Lester Hacke, Mariorie Waddel[, Ellen Ann Stolz, Juanlta Story of Mechanicsburq, Lucille Wachter, Vera Lou Micheal, of Peoria. Third Row: EL,ene Hacke. Beverly Waddelt, James Centers, Kermit Voile, Irene Wachter. .,, Hartsburg 00Y/ins District Title Latham Proves Stubborn Foe I,n Finals Hartsburg captured the New Holland district tourntment tro- phy by defeating Lathaln 28-26 in I two over time periods at New Holland Saturday night. The winners forced to the limit in defeating the La- them team as they were trailed until the last two minutes. In the first overtime period, Leesman, Hartsburg center, was awarded two free throws which he' made, but Wachter tied the score at 26 all with his field goal. In the sudden-death overtime Oltrnen made his only field goal of the ev- ening to win for his team. In a very rough game in which there were 45 personal fouls calld seven men were dismissed from the game with four personals. Leesman, Hartsburg center, was high scorer for his tea with 10 points but he was closely followed by his teammate, Lolling, who gathered nine. Hartsburg (28) FG. FT. T'I Lolling, f ........... 3 3 9 Qulsenberry, f ...... 0 2 Barry, f ............ 2 O Leesman, c ......... 2 6 Singley, g . . ....... 0 1 Olin:nan, g .......... 1 0 Totals ........... 8 12 Howe, f ............ I 2 4 Johnston, f ......... 0 2 2 Duncan, f .......... 1 3 5 Heft, c ............. 1 " 0 2 Kerschner, g ....... 3 2 8 Rager, g .......... 1 0 2 Wachter, g ......... 1 1 3 Tuley, g ............ 0 0 0 Totals ........... 8 I0 26 Hartsburg ... 6 11 15 24 26---28 Latham ..... I0 14 20 24 26----26 Referee---Sear. Umpire--Trimpe. Local Events Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bowles, ho have been living on West Mc- Donald street, have moved to the Mrs. Eva Clobes farm three miles I west of the city, vacated last week by Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bowles, who moved to a place near Buf- falo. The Lawrence Holmes fam- ily moved to the place vacated by Marvin Bowles and wife. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Buckles on North Vine street Sunday, Marh 2, a dinner was given in honor of the former's birthday anniversary. Those pre- sent were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tip- sword and Buddy Aitchison, Cham- paign; Floyd Buckles, Waynes- ville, Mo. ; Henry Meister, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Zmmerli and daugh- ter. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Schultz vls- 2 ited in Springfield Wednesday af- 1 The Silver Circle of the Chris- tian church that was to have been beld Thursday of this week has 281been postponed to a later date. "51 K/IIGHY FORSRF55 15 0UR GOD" - - dJ- m A mighty fortress is our God. " jr' A bulwark never failing.  !: Our helper He. amid the flood - " Ot" mortal ills prevaiJin .-: B r " For still our ancienl foe , / ' ..v- t- " Doth seek to wor us woe ,:.} 7 ,||. / . His craft and power are great  --..=_,: IL.--  , And armed with cruel hate. \\; Little Stories P On earth is 'lot His equal  / oz" I / Tiffs immortal hymn u,os inspired by the 46th psalm 1! played u most important part in Ihe groa,th of the Chrislian chttrch. [or Luther's hymns conlrary to the doctrines o[ 1' Church. were u,rillen in the tongue of the common people Each hymn was o Reformation sermon f ternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Arch VanAusdal and little daughter, who formerly occupied an apart- ment in the Times-News building. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Tbaxton re- turned home " several days ago from a short visit in Bruner, Mis- souri, with her mother, Mrs. M. M. Dalton. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Thaxton's daughter, Miss Josephine England, wlo had been there on an extended stay with her grandmother. Speaking about the weather, most people were surprised early this Thursday morning to find it was snowing. The temperature at 6 a. m. was 30 degrees. The snow will bring much needed moisture. Miss Eileen Stopher, Miss Vir- ginia Stuart, Mrs. Fern Platt and Virgil Collett, all Mount Pulaski beauty parlor operators, returned home Thursday from Chicago, where they attended a three-day meeting of the-Midwest Trade School held in Hotel Sherman. THE UPS AND DOWNS OF THE TEMPERATURE When a snowstorm hit this sec- tion last Thursdzy afternoon it looked as thought an old-time bliz- zard was on the way, but by 6:30 p. m. the snow ceased to fall. The temperature Friday morning, the last day of February, was 16 above zero, but rose during the day. March was ushered in Saturday dtl a temperature reading at 6 a. m. of 20 degrees above, follow- ed by sunshine most of the day. To most people the month came in like a lamb, although the atmos- phere was quite chilly. Sunday morning the temperature was 40 above, going as llgh as 57 degrees, R.ELIGI ON5 FP..F..F..D om .... .....  . : : THURSDAY, MARCH 6, Bible Con At Latham Latham, IlL--The tlrd e Bible conference will be h the Latham Baptist church day and Friday, March 13 1941, the tieme being Church TriumphanL'" is the program: Thursday, March 1S 7:30 p. re.--Song G. Crown. 8:00 p. m.--"ne Church, We Nearing the Eve of its ture and the End of --Rev. James Norwood, Friday, axCh 14 9:00 a. m.--Devot Crown. 9:30 a. m.--'ne ChurC Foundation"---Ray. Terjung, coln. 10:05 a. m.--'he Faith"--Rev. Oglesby, 10:40 a. m.---Singing. 10:45 a. m.--'Vne Master Soul Winner"--ReV. wood. 12:15 p. m.--Potluck 1:45 p. m.--Devotions. 2:00 p. m.--'Fhe Chu Fervor'--Rev. Grubbs, 2:30 p. m.--'*rhe churc Field"--Rev. Ostema, 3:00 p. m.--'ne Church, tion," the Book of Acts from $ oryv. Norwood. 7:15 p. re.--Song service. 7:45 p. m. -- "the Future"---Rev. Hayes, 8:15 p. n--"rhe Church, Gospel of St. Jolm," from --Rev. Norwood. NOTICE OF CLAIM State of uolz, Comty In the County Court of said | ty: In Probata In RE: Estate of Alfred Deceased. The undersigned of the Estate of Alfred berg, 'deceas havg pointed as such by the court of Logan County, and having duly qualified, gives public notice that Monday of May, A. D. I same eing the fifth day month, is the claim date: estate of said deceased clain may be filed estate on or before said out issuance of summon JOHN 2'. Leland Simkins, Attorney- and Monday at 6 a. m. above; the day was wind from the southwest ly strong, starting the ture dow to 40 by noon, at 6 p. m. Tuesday at it was 20 above, and there was sunshine, the mained chilly. Wednesday ing recorded 22 ,bove, and er day of sunshine A Friendly FINANCE SERVICE For The Family or Individual. NATIONAL LOAN CO. 201 Marcucci Bldg. - Phone b00 Lincoln, Illlnois.