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-'-DAY, MARCH 8, 1951 THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS PAGE gEVI IAMILY GATHERING HELD CLINTON SUNDAY A family gathering was held in Clinton, Sunday, March 4, in the :lorae of Mrs. Leora Lukenbill. ",no celebrated her 92nd birth: uay anniversary. , Attending were ner three child- nt, Mrs. Essie Ellis, daughter th Whom she lives" E. H. Luk. enbill, Lincoln, Logan county School superintendent, and H. D. Lukenbill, Springfield' assistant Cllector of internal revenue. oTh. e Lukenbill family who liv- .u In Latham many years ago, Well know in Logan county. RTAIN AT DINNER MARCH 7 and Mrs. Harry Van Hook family, South Washington, served a dinner Wednes- 7, in honor of her Mrs. Clara Kautz. ily to extend in the attain-  I$ NOTA BIUUN FOOD customers say we're out when it comes to val. Check the quality and for ourselL Plants In Bedrooms Are NOT Unhealthful U. S. Public Health Serv- there is no scientific for the belief that plants especially injurious to the body during the night. plants a r e ficial rather than harm- sleeping rooms, accord- the director of scientific In the U.S. Department 1. "Popular Answered" Geo. mpson. l ment of her 80th birthday anni- versary. Others present included: Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Kautz Jr., of Lincoln; Mrs. Lowell Stuller, of Thessalon, Ontario, Canada; Mrs. Grace Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Wal. t lace Kautz and son Junior, Mr. and Airs. Willard Kautz. WILL HOLD BAKE SALE SATURDAY, MARCH 17 The members of the Altar and Rosary Society of the St. Thom- as Aquinas Catholic church will sponsor a Bake Sale Saturday, I March 17, at Roman Romer's on the north side of the square. Sale will start at 10 a.m. HOME BUREAU BAKE SALE SATURDAY, MARCH I0 Mount Pulaski Home Bureau, Unit I, will sponsor a Bake Sale Saturday, March 10 at the Hilltop Electric Co., on the west side of l the square. The sale starts at 10 J,A.M. WORDS OF APPRECIATION We wish to express our sincere thanks to our many good friends, relatives, and neighbors, for their help, their acts of kindness and for the lovely cards, letters and gifts received during our recent illnesses. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Awe, Pauline and Carl. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE State of Illinois, County of Logan, ss. In The County Court of Said County: In Probate In Re: Estate of Delilah J. Schmitgen, Deceased. The undersigned Executor of the Will of Delilah J. Schmitgen, deceased, having been appointed as such by the County Court of Logan County, Illinois, and hav- ing duly qualified, hereby gives public notice that the first Mon- day of April, A. D. 1951, the same being the 2nd day of said month, is the claim date in the estate of said deceased and that claims may be filed against said es- tate on or before said date with- out issuance of summons. George J. Smith, Executor. Buy U. S. Savings Bonds -- ON THE AIR SOON! :LIN3LN   ILLINOIS THE PRAIRIE RADIO C,OP. FOR TOMORROW..... That's the scientist's job. And it's Our job, too! The money you put into Savings at our bank is the security that You build for the future. What's more We help you build thai future, with the interest we add to your bank bal- ance. Come, start an account today! MEltS BANK Federal Deposit Corporation ii HARMONY HOME BUREAU MET AT VOLLE HOME The Harmony Home Bureau met February 27 at the home of i Mrs. Ellis Voile in the Chestnut vicinity. A luncheon was served at noon to 26 members and four children. The major lesson on "One Dish Meals," was given by Airs. George Shimer and the rain. or lesson on "Next Year's Pro. gram," by Mrs. Robert Loftus. The special number, "The Biogra. phy of Eugene Fields," was pre- sented by Mrs. Albert Lakin. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grout of De. catur, representing the American Cancer Society, showed moving pictures and gave a lecture on Cancer during the afternoon. FOR NAVAJO INDIAN MISSION IN NEW MEXICO When members of the A. 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