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PAGE SIXTEEN m rile MOENT PULASKI TIME,-NEW$, MOUNT PULASKI. ILLINOI9 THURSDAY, Virginia Kaufz One of 150 Camlus Leaders at University of Illinois Virginia Kautz, daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. W. G. KaUt_z, of this city, has een' selected as one of 150 Canpt Leadera at the Uni- versity of Illinois, for which hon- or 9he hreceived a bid to the "Headliners' Hop", to be held March 7th in the new :mini Un- ion ,Building Ballroom. This is an annual affair son- scored bY Sigma Delta Chi, Na- tional Journalistic Fraternity, for the 150 outstanding leaders in Un- iversity life. The dance will be formal for dates of the "raters", while the Campus leaders will dress in costume representing their activities.. Virginia is on the University Y, W. C. A. Cabinet, and a Junior Politician. IN COMPANY H, 130th ILLINOIS NATIONAL GUARD Four Mount Pulaski young men, Frederick A. Lipp, V;ilford Scrog- gin, Jr., Harry D. Goddard and Wilford-Tendick, were among the : 31 Logan county men which an- swerdd roll call of Company H, 130th Tllinois National Guard, at the armory in Delavan Wednes- day. They are scheduled to leave Delavan on Tursday, March 20, for Camp Forrest in Tennessee for : one year's training. It Was: announced in Chicago March 1 that the Illinois National Guardsmen would travel in com- fort when they depart this month for Camp Forrest. Twenty-nlne speciat trains, equipped with Pull- man cars for theofficers, tourist sleepers for the enlisted men, and field kitchens in baggage cars, MeCOLLUM'S OLINTONIA THEATRE M CLINTON LAST TIMES FRIDAY CARY GRANT IvlARTHA SCOTT in "The Howards of Virginia" SATUR)AY, MARCH 8 ' DOUBLE FEATURE The Weaver Brothers and Elviry in "ARKANSAS JUDGE" Fe#fure No. 2 PAT O'BRIEN :JAMES CAGNEY in "ilereComes the Navy" SUN.-MON. MARCH '-I0 The Picture You Have Been Waiting ForI TUES.-WED. MARCH 11-12 JOB-DAYS SALARY $210.00 IF NOT PAID MARCH 5 | THURS.-FRi. MARCH 13-14 Young Dancers Take Part in Revue lot Mrs. Charles Blackford of Mount Pulaski, who is being re- habilitated with the financial aid of the Elks Crippled C"ildren's Trust, was removed last week to St. Francis hospital in Peoria, where a body cast is to be taken off. The cast was applied in the treatment of lengthening one of her legs .MOUNT PULASKI COUPLE MARRIED 25 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards, who live in the south part of the man, will meet at 2:30 p. day, March 7, at the home George Rupp on North Vine "Modern American be the topic, the subject to be treated by Miss Horn, Mrs. Lloyd L. Mrs. G. F. Wait. f NOTICE OF State of Illinois, County of ISL. In the County Court of said ty: In Probate. Mary Lee Hahn, deuqhfer of Mr and Mrs. Ravrnond Hahn, is the "younq man" white the young lady is Sally Bradshaw cughfer of Mr. end Mrs. K. W. Bradshaw, both pupils of the Derby dancing school end took pert in the revue here Monday night. will carry the troops from their ANNA MATTINGLY IN city, observed their 25th w-edding In RE: Estate of Augusta anniversary Monday, March 3. In !Rseberg' Deceased, . ! The undersigned the evening several fmends called io f the Estate of Augusta and gave them a surprise in honor i Roseberg deceased r, having of the event. Cards were played, ippointed as such by the followed by a lunch, i ty court of Logan Vt ....... I linois, and havin duly rs. waras was zormerly Jss i fled hereby gives public Minnie Deavers. Their entire mar- itha  the first Monday of ] tied life has been spent in Mount D. 1941, the same being t Pulaski day of said month, is th  -- -- I date in the estate of said and that claims may be ART UNIT 'ILL :MEET against said estate on or said date without FRIDAY, MARCH 7 j summons. The Art unit of the Mount Pu-i JOHN T. !aski ,Voman's Club, of whicbl Mrs. Virgil . Connolley is chair-iLeland Simkins, Attorney. SHEETS FUNERAL home armories to a station at the camp's edge. CHESTER WOMAN'S CLUB HELD ANNU.IL F_JLECCrION The Chester Woman's Club, meeting in Lincoln Tuesday after- noon, held its annual election of officers, as follows: Mrs. I. H. Beckholt, president; Mrs. Ted Duff, first vice-presiden; Mrs. Lo- rah Z. Lipp, Mount Pulaski, sec- ond vice-president; Mrs. Franklin Sparks, secretary; Miss Alma Dit- tus, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Wallace Dobson, treasurer; Mrs. Natalie Pegram, parliamentarian. They will occupy their offices at the next meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Blanford, of Clinton, visited here Wednesday with his sister, Mrs. Harry Pet- ers, and her sister, Mrs. Franklin Hutchison. CERTIFICATE OF PROCEEDINGS Had at a Regular Meeting of the Stoolders of the Farmers Bank of Mount Pulaski located at Mount Pulaski, Illinois. State of Illinois, County of Logan, I hereby certify that at a regu- lar meeting of the stockholders of The Farmers Bank of Mount Pu- laski, located at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, held on the 13th day of January A. D. 1941, a quorum of said stoclcolders was present, and that the following resolution was adopted: Resolved that the directors of The Farmers Bank of Mount Pu- laski be increased from four di- rectors to five directors. And I further certify that this action was had in accordance with the provisions of Section 12 of "An Act to revise the law with re- lation to banks and banking," ap- proved June 23, 1919, as amended. That the capital stock of the said bank is divided into 1,000 shares of One Hundred Dollars each, that 783 shares were repre- sented at the said meeting and that 783 shares, at least two- thirds of all the votes re@resented by the whole,stock of such associ- ation, voted  favor of the above resolution. . A. VOLJ., Secretary. State of Illinois, County of Logan, s$. I, T. A. Scroggin, being duly sworn, declare on oath that I am President of the bank mentioned in the foregoing certificate, and that the statements made there- in are true in substance and in fact. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand, and caused the seal of said corpora- t.ion to be affixed, this 13th day of January A. D. 1941. T. A. SCROCIN, Pres. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of January, A. D. 1941. DFJ.J.LA M. ANDERSON, Notary Public. HOSPITAL IN PEORIA Miss Anna Mattingly, daughter ALVIN AHRENS Phone 263 MARVIN KRAFT CHEESE .... 2-lb. box 45c Cream CHEESE SPREAD S-oz. 15c Kraft Dairy Fresh Caramels, lb. 19c Cap Pk. & Beans, 30-oz. Cap Kid. Beans, No. 2 Diced Beets, No. 2 Hominy, No. 21/2 Custard P, umpkin, 21/2 Kraut, No. 21/2 Tomato Juice, 20-oz. CAP FINEST FOODS YOUR CHOICE 9c PER CAN Cap Green Beans Cap Peas, Early June Cap Corn, Cream Cap Tomatoes 3 I 0-OZ. CANS 250 Krauf Red Beans Mixed Vegetables VegetabLe Soup Tomato Soup Lima Beans 5 CAN HOMINY ................. 6c OYSTER SHELL .. 100-lb. bag 77c ABSORENE ......... 3 cans Wallvef wallpaper cleaner, lee OXYDOL ............ med. P & G SOAP ....... 8 bars KIRK'S CASTILE ..... b bars IVORY FLAKES ........... OLD DUTCH ........ 2 cans 2 iiii Cap Loganberries, No. 2 can Cap Yotmgberries, No. 2 can Cap Strawberries .. No. 2 can SPICED GRAPES ....... can JELLO 6 flavors .' ..... pkg. Stokely Pineapple, 8-oz. 3 for LETTUCE ....... extra large CELERY ............. large TURNIPS .............. lb. SLAW VEG. ENDIVE .................. I  CARROTS Cal ...... bunch . GRAPEFRUIT ......... 3 for. I VAIUS PHONE 299 FOOD FREE DELIVERY MARKET MOUNT PULASKI, PET MILK ....... 2 tall cans Viking DOG FQOD 4 I-lb. cans li i RAISINS' ....... 2-lb. pkg. I BLACK FIGS (cooking) lb. I DATES lb. I! PRUNES 40 to SO ....... lb.