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61 111 n Drops sin Meet "l'urney's End" came suddenly the Mount Pulaski Purple and When t.-hey stepped in front fast-moving Red and Green from Lincoln high in their game of the regional and Swept aside by a 43 to 19 Lathe's Rabbits suffered a fate when McLean went wild more 53 to their 32. locals were previously de- by the Raflsplitters and on face of their season's record very little hope of coming Despite this fact the Mount section was well filled rooters who could "take it." score: ($2J FG. FT. T'I f ............. 2 2 6 ............ 5 1 11 f .......... 1 1 3 ............. 2 0 g ........ 2 0 g ............ I 0 g .......... 0 1 1 g ......... 0 1 1 .......... 13 6 32 1 (43) FG. FT. T'I ............ 5 2 12 f ....... 2 0 4 f .1 0 2  f ...... 1 0 2 e .5 3 13 e .I 0 2 g .......... 6 0 12 g ....... 2 0 4 g ......... 1 0 2 Tota ........... 24 5 53 (48) * FG. FT. T'I f ........ 3 0 6 f ........... 1 0 2 f ............ 2 3 7 f ............ 0 0 0 e ........... 3 4 10 e .2 1 5 g ........ 2 1 5 g ............ 0 0 0 g ............ 4 0 8 g .......... .0 0 0 THE MO PULASKI NEWB, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIB I O. E. S. held a school of in- 1 struction Saturday, March 1, with I the afternoon session starting at f 1:30 p. m. and the evening at 7 o'clock. A potluck supper was ser- ved at 6. Mrs. Berneice Raisch of Springfield was in charge of the school. Mrs. Alvin Day and daughter, Mrs. Esther Cherry attended .tle meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution at the Gov- ernor's mansion in springfield Saturday afternoon. Miss Ida Ramthun entered the St. Clara hospital Monday suffer- ing from an infection of the foot. M. B. Drake and sons Robert, Richard, George and Andrew spent Saturday and Sunday in St. Louis. Raymond Lanterman and fam- ily have moved to a farm six miles northwest of Cornland. Mr. and Mrs. G. Ruel Batterton Another Young Lady Elkha pLys McLean tonigtt rt tangles with Delavan. had Sunday visitors in their hom:i i . I county line west of Cornland. Con- Mrs. Batterton's nephew, Ru I " ' " n ther former Mount ! tracts were let early in the winter Nester and friend from Rantoul Here is a o ....... _ ' I, ,. " ' who has rown u'-" fo It two constructlon compames to Ilying field gulasK qtrt  " ............ -" ..... J .... " n- woman lDUila me remaining IZ miles in f Marion uveroy and family nave be an aTTracTive you cj  . . ....... : " n t ' " " " f w ears' angamon county, with the ar- moved to me _l-iam..m cherry ten- I since leav,nq nere. a ,, e ,Y rival of good spripg weather work e anthouse and n farm fo: Mr Chef work on me aqo. She is Phyllis veell:'r Makln'aauq'n- will get underway, and should be r try. . I ter of Mrs. Vivian " all finished during the summer, Houses to rent are scarce m:enl Lawrence Chapman has I Cornland. ! New Member of Family Ttala .......... 17 9 43 f ............ 0 1 f ........ 1 0 2 f .......... 1 0 2 f ........... 2 1 5 c .......... 1 1 3 e ............ 0 0 0 g .......... 0 2 2 g .......... 1 0 2 The Eastern Star chapter held i :. a school of instruction last Satur-  day. Wheat is looking very bad, the :: :!:: result of hard freezing weather. : Chester Gammon of Lanesville i :: :' was in_ town Monday on business.   " John F. Cravens and son Dale,  of Williamsville, were .here on business Tuesday. Mrs. Alvin Day, wtm is a pa- tient in St. Clara's hospital as a result of a fall, is reported to be getting along fairly well. 4 4 2 put up a tent and he and his faro- I ! ily will live in it for a while. I The surplus commodity truck was in town this week and left a good supply of luxuries and some necessary food. James H. Pierce of chenoa was a caller in town last Friday. Members of the Book Club met Wednesday night with Mrs. IAI- lien Goetz on Marion street. Mrs. Abova is Jack,three yea'r""old Florence Pinned" reviewed one of son of Mr. and Mrs. Weyne Mak- the best sellers, ,'Sapphira and the linen of Bovey, Minn. The latter Slave Girl," by'Wills Cather. The lwas formerly Mrs. Vivian Weller. hostess served lunch., PAGE  tILL OPEN BIDS ON" IF IRE DAMAGED HOUSE CENTRAL OVERHEAD  IN LAKE FORK Bids for construction of a rein- I The Mount Pulaski country fire 'Greed concrete substructure and truck made a rn to Lake of an I-beam superstruc- iabout 11 a. m. Tuesday, where :ure for the Illinois Central rail- : the two-story frame residence t, overhead on Sangamon ave- ;cupied by Lenzie Poe was ameer- me east of springfield, and for'ered on fire. Residents of .t fabrication and delivery of steel itown formed a bucket brigade to for the work, will be received at i fight the blaze, and had it under 10 a. m. Friday, March 14, Walter i control in a hort time, although A. Rosenfield, director of public the roof was damaged to some works and buildings, announced in i extent. The property is owned by Springfield Wednesday. i the Haynes heirs. !l The bids, among quotations on I otler highway work, will be the NO HOOL MONDAY AT first to be opened under the ad- ,TO'WNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL ministration of GOv. Dwight H. I On account of a meeting of the Green. central division of the Illinois F. o The building of the overhead ucatin Association to be held tn east of Springfield is another link  Normal Monday, March 10, there in the completion of Route 161, !will be no school sessions that day which is zlmost completed( with fin the Mount Pulaski township the exception of less than one mile high sclool, as the faculty mere- between Mount Pulaski and Lake hers will go to Normal. Approxi- Fork) to the Sangamon_Logan mately 1,700 teachers will be in attendance. t Lloyd L. Hargis, principal of the local school, is a member of the committee on business affairs, land Harry Lucas is secretary of i the association's science section. Mrs. Loran Z. Lipp, Mrs. Frank when motorists will have a direct E. Turley and Mrs. Paul E. Betd- reute to Springfield. ler were in Atlanta Wednesday a ternoon and attended the "Aid for Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shoup went Britain" tea sponsored by the We- man's Club. to Decatur Wednesday afternoon on the bus, and will visit for a few days with their daughter. Mrs. A. F. Schiltz, and family. Jacob Romer entered St. Clar- a's hospital in Lincoln Tuesday for medical treatment, and also un- derwent an ooeration this T?mrs- day morning for a foot ailment. Get Rid of Your... g ....... :0 0 2 RHEUMATISM .......... ; " ' ARTHRITIS ill and Fuebaugh. "'' or NEURITIS CORNLAND Natures Way Without Drugs or Strict Diet Enjoy at home the same treatment that is given at expensive health resorts. These cabinet baths and massages, also clear the skin and compleon. Get rid of body toxin, relieve muscle soreness and help break up colds. WE ALSO SPECIALIZE IN REDUCIN iii ad Mrs. Curl Brachear en- a number of relatives With a birthday dinner in of their son, Carl Ernest SeCOnd birthday. Present e boy's three great gTand- Mr. Swick of Riverton, Brachear, Cornland, Kloz, of Mount Pula- Prmnt were Mr. and Mrs. and son Gussie, Mr. l,ph Cass, Decatur, Mr. lank Jacobs and Fran- of Peoria; Mr. and Melvin. There were 8et of four generations at the dinner. rvival meeting at the church closed Sunday twelve new additions Rev. LaVerne Tay- conducted the club will meet Marclt 6th. Ev-. to come. Chapter No. 559,. PAUL W. Swedish Massage and Baths LADY ASSISTANT Hours 9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. Next to Krogers -- Phone 71 for Appointmen .7o Jelieve _ " Gv00666 L|QUID. TjL[:IS. SALVE, NO SE gEORgE M. UNDERHILL CANDIDATE FOR SUPERVISOR of Mount Pulaski Township CORDIALLY SOLICITS YOUR SUPPORT ELECTION TUESDAY, APRIL I, 1941 Music Section of our Funeral Home We alw.ys try to carry out the wishes of the families we serve, and caring for the flowers. V@e feel a special ob- liqatlon to ce for the floral offerings, we recognize ther a tokens of love and esteem, worthy of reverent attention, for their sentimental value as well as for their intrinsic beauty. We provide all necessary facilities for keeping fhe flowers at their best and arranging them in the most ef- fective manner. Schahl Funeral Home Sedan Ambulance Service PHONE 235 MOUNT PULASKI