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ItA ILZ THE MOUNT PULASXI TIMES. NEWS, MOUNT PULASXL ILLINOIS THURSDAY > . LIST ATTENDANTS FOR WEDDING, MARCH 10 Miss Katherine Iona Teach of Springfield, who will become the bride of Richard G. Hatfield of Mount Pulaski, at 2 p.m. Satur- day, March 10, will be attended by Miss Lorraine Mindrup, as maid-of-honor, and Miss Marilyn Markel, Chicago, bridesmaid. The ceremony will take place in the Douglas Avenue Methodist chur- ch, Springfield. Leonard Hatfield of Mount Pu- laski, will serve his brother as best man, and the ushers will be Jess Litterly of Lake Fork and Max Lindsay of Morris. The ceremony will be followed by a reception in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Teach, Springfield. Mr. Hatfield is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hatfield, of Mount Pulaski. BOY SCOUTS TO MEET ON MONDAY EVENING The Mount Pulaski Boy Scouts will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, March 12, in the Scout House on the Tomlinson Recreation Cen- ter grounds, according to an- nouncement by the scoutmaster, Walter Dannenberger. All Scouts are urged to be pres- ent for the Board of Review, and for the activities of the regular meeting. WORDS OF APPRECIATION I wish to sincerely thank everyone who remembered me with cards, letters, etc., during my recent stay in the Deaconess hospital, Lincoln. Your kindness is greatly appreciated. Mrs. Clifford Schahl. os THZ00ff00O-00. - _WPRC 1370x00 |tm0t./0000 ] l APPRECIATED BAND PROGRAM Niantie, Illinois. February 23, 1951 Mr. Lloyd L. Hargis, Principal Mt. Pulaski Twp. High School Mt. Pulaski, Illinois. Dear Mr. Hargis: On behalf of our faculty and student body I wish to thank you and Mr. Werntz for the excellent program presented here last Monday morning by your band. You can be rightly proud of the fine appearance and the gentle- manly and ladylike conduct of your band members. Their be- havior speaks well of their com- munity and it indicates a job well done on the part of you and your faculty. I feel that our schools need more of this type of program for it certainly does a great deal toward extending good intra- school relations. Sincerely yours, Allen Fort. ANNOUNCE ANNUAL EASTER KITCHEN MARCH 24 The women of St. John's Luth- eran church will sponsor their an nual Easter Kitchen on Satur- day, March 24. The time of be- ginning and the place will be announced next week. WASTE PAPER DRIVE The Mount Pulaski Boy Scouts SATURDAY, MARCH 17 will conduct a waste paper drive on Saturday, March 17th. Have your bundles ready when the Scouts come for them. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Docket Number 951 19!502 NOTICE is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the 2nd day of April, A. D. 1951, is the claim date in the estate of Sophia Piatt, deceased, nob pending in the County Court of Logan County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the estate of the decedent on or be- fore said date without the issue of summons. ORVILLE L. PIATr, Administrator. Leland Simkins, Attorney. Consult us about your Insurance Needs. We are Specialists in our line the same as your Doctor or Attorney in his line. Don't take a chance -- See that your Insurance is properly written -- ENNIS. A. DOWNING INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance and Real Estute Broker Phone 13 -- Mount Pulaski. Illinois ZION WALTHER LEAGUE MISSION PROGRAM At 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Mar. 14. the Zion Lutheran church will again hold its Lenten services. Rev. F. W. Hein, of Chestnut, will be the speaker. The adult choir will render the hymn, "O Thou Who Through This Holy Week." Immediately after the divine service the Walter League will sponsor its annual Mission pro- gram, which will consist of the showing of two interesting films, the gathering of an offering for the New Guinea Mission. and exhibiting a display of old and new Bibles. and a variety of re- ligious pictures. Refreshments will be served. A cordial invitation is extend. ed to everyone to attend. CHILLI SUPPER MARCH 22 AT THE CORNLAND SCHOOL The Cornland Community club will sponsor a Chilli Supper at the Cornland grade school Thurs- day, March 22. commencing at 5:30 p.m. The menu will include chilli, sandwiches, pie. salad. coffee. Following the supper cards will be played. This is being given for the benefit of the school lunch program. Everyone invited. WORDS OF APPRECIATION I wish to express my sincere thanks to my many friends for the beautiful flowers, cards, fruit and candy they sent me, and al- so for their many kindnesses shown me during my illness, at home during my stay at the Dea- coness hospital in Lincoln and since I have returned home. Words cannot possibly express my heartfelt appreciation. Mrs. Mattie Haynes, Cornland, Ill. TO HOLD FOOD SALE SATURDAY, MARCH I0 The Mount Pulaski Home Bur- eau, Unit I, will hold a Food Sate at the Hilltop Electric Co., Saturday, March 10, beginning at 10 a.m. Unit members are requested to bring their contributions by 9:30 a.m. Cakes, cookies, pies, eggs, cream, chickens, cottage cheese, potato salad, etc.. will be on sale. Home-made dinner rolls will be on sale shortly before noon. HAVE YOU ANY CLEAN RAGS FOR RUG MAKING ? Members of the American Leg- ion Auxiliary are clean rags you might nate for rag rugs Please remove pers, and bring to the Mrs. Carl Opperman Vine street, or to home within the next Any donations will be ated. ARE YOU "'CHIC" FOR EASTER ? We know the fashiO in new coiffures and to serve our patrons newest in they are priced from up. Phone 871 Now. BOBBLE BEAUTY No. 13 Over RUBY NEW HO LLAND The World's Fastest HAY BALER CLARK IMPLEMENT CO. Mount Pulaski Phone G ra n d_ Openin RO r H-W E,L-L Heating Plumbi 212 SOUTH WASHINGTON ST., MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS (Formerly Le's Barber Shop) , Saturday, March 10,1 i COAL - GAS - OIL HEAT BRYANT -- INTERNATIONAL -- JANITROL FURNACES Your Phone Fersonality... If there iS any place in the world where one should be natural it is when speaking over a tele- phone. Don't make the mistake of trying to create a "voice" when using the telephone. Just speak naturally, with your lips approximately one-half inch from the mouthpiece. Your telephone is an electronic instrument, engineered to properly record your voice to the person to whom you wish to deliver your message. Above all, DON'T SHOUT -- and DON'T WHISPER ! Mount Pulaski Telephone Co. PLUMBING SUPPLIES KOHLER- BRIGGS- STANDARD' (Whiteor PIPE AND COPPER STOKERS WATER SYSTEMS INSTALLATION WHITE and RHEEM WATER All Sizes SUMP PUMPS