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i  PAGE FOUET LAKE FORK MRS. HARRY PIATT Correspondent Mrs. Alta Mae Bryant and son of Kentucky, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Bryant and Miss Alice Ree of pringfield visited on Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Bryant. Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Demmitt of near llliopolis attended the sale of household goods of Mrs. Bow- shers and called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Piatt. All the household furnitur of the late Mrs. George Bowsher was sold at public auction last Wed- nesday fternoon. The weather was very disagreeable but a large crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Green, who have been living south of Mount Pulaski, moved last Tuesday to south of Lake Fork. Mr. Green is working for Elmer Allspach. Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson of IAncoln spent the day Wednesday of last week with their daughter, Mrs. Willis Gaffney, and family. The Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. George Petersoni with 18 visitors and members pre- sent. After the business meeting was over Bible characters were discussed with Mrs. H ar old Leatsch as leader. Lunch was ser- ved of chicken sandwiches, pickles, ice cream, cake, and coffee. Tlmse present were Mrs. John Bryson, Mrs. Clyde Febus, Mrs. Harry Mil- ner and baby, Mrs. Herman Bohn, Mrs. Harold Ridgway, Mrs. Elmer Moore, Mrs. Roy Moore, Mrs. WeN by Moore, Mrs. Charles Moore and baby, Mrs. Willle Oglesby and two daughters, Mrs. Mary Bryson, Mrs. Jess Litterley, Mrs. W. M. Keoh- far, Mrs. Willis G-affney, Mrs. Lawrence Push, Mrs. Chloe Jen- / MOITNT PULASKI TiIIr-NEWS, MOUNT PULASKL II.I.INOIS ner. Mrs. Welby Moore was as- sistant hostess. Mr. and Mrs. William Peters and Mrs. Harry Piatt made a business trip to Lincoln Friday. There was no school in  up- per grades last Thursday after- noan as the teacher, T. A. Gupton, was a pallbearer at the funeral of Mrs. John Starr. Mr. and Mrs. George Birks who spend tlir winters in Alabama, and summers up in Minnesota ar- rived Tuesday evening to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Alls- pacl, before going on to Minneso- ta. Junior Peters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Peters, had a very un- usual accident Friday night. While playing he struck his left hand against a rocking chair and a sliver about one and one-half in- ches went into his tlrd finger of his left hand and had to be taken to the office of Dr. Denison to have it removed. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Duncan and daughter of Decatur spent the day Friday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Munyon. Mrs. Clyde Febus, son Wayne, Mrs. Harry Milner, Mrs. Herman Bohn were Springfield shoppers Saturday. Harve Ridgway, who has a state job at the Capitol building came back with them and called on friends and returned on the Green Diamond. Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson were Lincoln shoppers Saturday. Rev. Porter of Niantic was over Sunday nigl%t and organized a young people's Christian Endeavor Society with 27 menbers. Offi- cers were elected as follows: Pres- ident, Dale Fuiten; vice president, Louise Fuiten; secretary and treas- urer, Frances Neal. The meeting was opened with song and prayer. Miss Rena McAfee spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otle NOTICE OF ELECTION An election for the City of Mount Pu- laski, in the County of Logan ancI State of Illi.nois, will be helcl Tuesday, April 15th, A. D. 194-1, for the election of the follow- ing officers: Mayor. City Clerk. City Treasurer. Police Magistrate. One Alderman i.n First Ward. One Alderman in. First Ward, Period of Two Years, to fill Un-expired Term. One Alderman in the Second Ward. One Alderman i.n the Third Ward. The Polling Places designated are: First Ward -- Zlmmermann's Carpenter Shop, East Sde of Square. Second Ward--Corner Store Room, I.O.O.F. Building, North Side Square. Third Ward--Dillsver's Barber Shop. The Polls will be open at six o'clock in the morning and shall be closed at five o'clock in the afternoon of that day. Dated at my office in the City of Mount Pulaski, in the County of Logan and State of Illinois, this I st day of March, A. D. 1941. CHAS. SCHMITZ, City Clerk. Mauve Decade Beatrice Kay sets the pace for the fast-moving "Gay Nineties Revue" on Columbia network nights. Costumed in the of the Mauve Decade, the ely soubrette is a lovely eye- the theater audience. Co- starred with her in this sparkling program of horse-car comedy and song are Joe Howard, 74-year-old master of ceremonies, comedian M. Green, and songstress Lynn. Bryant with their daughter Helen. In the afternoon ttey all attend- i ed a show in Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Willis affeny and [ldren visited Sunday with her Mr. and Mrs. James Rob- in Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Davis who live north of Mount Pulaski, spent Sunday evening ith Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Febus. Miss Maxine Burton of C'tinton is visitng at the home of Mrs. Her- man Bolm. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer FoSter vis- ited near Decatur Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Alta Ingram. Ernest Masterson and son, of Decatur, visited here Monday mor- ning. Jim Follis made a trip Monday to Rochester, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Keohlar and family and L. F. Keohlar shopped in Lincoln Tuesday evening. C. L. Coats was a Mount Pulas- ki shopper Tuesday. Fred Fuiten and Jim Coats were Lincoln shoppers Monday morning. A. F. Dillsaver of Mount Pulas- ki was here on business Wednes- day. Orville Donovan and Herman Pelly were Mount Pulaski shop- pers Friday. The relief truck from Lincoln was here Thursday morning. George Suedrneier, of Mount Pu- laski, was here on business Satur- day morning. Hy Mason was a Lincoln shopper Saturday. John Bryson was a shopper In Springfield Saturday. Art Kellum, of Lincoln, visited the week-end here with relatives. Dick Collier and son, of Wil- liamsville, was here on business Saturday. ,Several from here were shop- peru in Lincoln, Springfield and Mount Pulaski Saturday. C. L. Frazier. agent here for the Illinois Central railroad, made a trip to Chicago Monday. Everett Keohlar, of Mount Pu- laski, was here on business Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Manley, of Lincoln. visited relatives and fr,'ends here Sunday. IT'S SPRING FOLKS ARE MOVING Mr. and Mrs'. Walter Greenfield and son Jack. who moved here last summer from Morris. Illinois. the former taking over the Gamble Store agency, occupied an apart- ment in the Bertoni building on the west side of the square. Mr. Greenfield recently accepted a government position, and Satur- day moved the househoi-d goods back to Morris. although the store here will continue to operate. Mr. 1 and Mrs. Joln Curtis and daugh- I ter Miss Dorothy moved to the I apartment vacated by the Green- I field family from a William B. I Jenner property at the corner of Cooke and Garden streets. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Christensen and family in turn moved there from the old Gasaway place on East Cooke street. Mr. and Mrs. Thom- as 'achter and family, who lived on the old Uhle farm southeast of the city, are moving to the place vacated by the Christensen family. Under the present budget, de- fense spending in this country must average about $20,000 per minute, day and night, for the next 18 months. , THUltSDAY, MARCH ' Must Move i Buildings on 66 ! According to Albert L- man of Lincoln. Logan county erintendent of highways, day, five buildings along the belt line of U. S. Route 66, Lincoln. will have to be make way for the four lane way which the state partznent is planning to probably this year. The additional ground for the four lane constructio on the west side of the hard road and buildings whiCh l have to be moved include Pugsley service station at ner of the belt line and avenue; the Feuerbacher ty, corner of Fifth street and line; the Leininger house, by William Higgins; the house, and the Werth the four corners. Seventeenth belt line. Part of the right of way ready been bought and the aid committee of the board of S ervisors is assisting in the chase of additional right N. L. HUBBARD OF STATE LEGISLATION State Senator Nicholas I_, bard of Mount Pulaski is eor of legislation introduced at state house in Springfield week which would extend 1945 the life of' the Illinois lative council. The council 1 exits under authority of sponsored in 1937, and expire tober 1, 1841. GOFF FUNERAL HOME 'TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" PHONE LINCOLN 1234 THIS FACTS LABEl, I MAKES BUYIN@ SAFE! v 941 Fr&. has a label that te/ you the facts aboU constructic, capacity, features and perf'" ance. 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