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PAGE FOUR :d Cross ,ewing Work The women of Mount Pulaski and vicinity continue their good work on Red Cross projects of sewing and knitting. Twenty-nine girls&apos; skirts have been recelved to be worked on, as well as yarn for sweaters and for crocheting shawls. Up to now 85 finished eweaters have been delivered to the Logan county Red Cross head- quarters in Lincoln, bsides many oheP completed articles. Those who were on duty Mon- clay at the township high school were Mesdames G. F. Wait, Paul A. Ertber, John Curtis, Lloyd L. Hargis, Tillie F_,ngland, Karl Dit- tus, Herman Wood, C h a r 1 e s e2nitz, Ira Veail, Dave Cheek, Frank Mann, George E. Schahl, Walter W. Mxheimer. Harvey Robinson, Herman Hahn, Lorah Z. Llpp, Dan Blackford, Mary Sehaf- fenacker, Elizabeth McCain WiN : liam McGee, Kenneth Weller, Wal- ter Greenfield, Arthur C. Shilling, Kennetl Stoll, Jennie Buckles, Henry Christensen, Otto Ey, Wil- bur E. Stoll, Misses Anna Fuhrer, Evelyn Maxheimer, Katherine Mi- chel, Helen hull, Mary Elizabeth Goetz, Grace Rothwell. Doris Schultz; and from Cornland, Mrs. C. F. Lauham, Mrs. Delbert Ford and Miss Lulu Day m. There is more work to be done next Monday afternoon at the township high school headquarters for local Red Cross work. m FRENCH'S CHAPEL MRS. HARRY LARSON Correspondenf i Mr-and Mrs. Shelby French and Gayle, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gard- ner and daug0nter Thelma, spent Sunday with/Mr, and Mrs. Ed French. Mr. and Mrs. letus French spent the week-end with relatives in Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ackerson and family moved from  Ever - man farm to a farm south of Bea- son on Monday. Carl Garber's have moved from the Sheets farm to te Everman place. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gllck of Lin- coln called on Mr. and Mrs. Har- ry Larson Sunday evening. On Monday evening Mr and 'Mrs. Norman Schahl and family ertertained the following at a potluck supper: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schahltele and family near Beason, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stieling. daughter Barbara Mae, Mr. and Mrs. Cas. Lawler, daughter Lil- ly, Mae and niece Betty Lawler, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed French and Kenneth, l'u o esI zzws. Mover r nom 'But I Ain't No Sissy--' Bess Johnson, star of "Hilltop House," Columbia network's dra- matic serial about an orphanage, was appropriately chosen to serve as judge at a recent doll contest for underprivileged children at a New York settlement house. Shown with her here is Peter ("Tubby:') Youngsworfh, aqed six, proudly displaying his entry. The only male exhib!for ,,amoncl 350 contestants, Tubby nevertheless insisted he was no sssy. Mr. and Mrs Carl Harris, Donald I and Annis, Mrs Mary Humphrey l and Marguerite. A very enjoy- I CORNLAND able evening was spent visiting I and playing games. The Ladies' Aid met with Mrs. All of the snow and rain that we have been having hasn't wet Carl Harris last Wednesday. Mrs. the ground to any depth. Garland Shull was assistant hos- A. G. Farna and family who tess. A pot luck dinner was en-have been living on a farm near joyed at noon In the afternoon l .... . !Amens nave moved to their house the business meeting was held an<! here in town north of the school plans were made. for the anniver- sary meeting next month. There will be an exchange of flower bulbs, plants or seeds and every one wishing to take part be sure to bring any of the three men- tioned. All former members and friends are cordially invited to spend the day with your friends at the Chapel on April 2. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson spent Sunday in Elkhart. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Milleville visited near Lucas Chapel on Sun- day Epidemic of Cold Symptoms 666 Liquid or 666 Tablets with 666 Salve or 666 Nose Drops generally relieves cold symptoms the first day. Adv. For the Lenlen Season THURSDAY MARCH 18, house. 1 Mrs. Lila Barton was in Merle Gazelle visited at the]field Wednesday where her Hester Key home over the week lweeks old granddaughter end. He will leave soon for a went a major stomach up camp in Tennessee. He belongs to'at St. John s hospital. The the National Guard, as does Carl is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Key of Cornland. They will be in iton Barton of Springfield. training for a year. ! Mr. and Mrs. August C. The Ladies' Aid Society of the tels and grandson, Carleton Methodist church will hold their were in Clinton Sunday and annual St. Patrick' supper Mort- tended the funeral of Mrs. day evening, March 17th. Irish ! Pollock. aunt of Mrs. Bartels. i stew, coffee, sandwiches will be i Miss Annie Moore, in ill served. Everyone is invited to for several months, was come. in the Schahl ambulance The wheat is not looking so good. More moisture is needed. I Mrs. Alvin Day, a patient in St. Clara's is reported to be improv- ing as well as could be expected. I Some farmers are sowing their clover seed in wheat fields. i Miss Irene Johnson spent the weekend in Normal. Miss Geraldine Coombs spent Monday afternoon in Springfield shopping. LUTHERAN LAYM:EN'S I CLUB MET MARCH 11 i In the church hall of Zion Luth- eran church Tuesday night, March 11, the Lutheran Laymen's Club held a very successful meeting. "The Problem of Social Security", the topic study, was conducted by the asto2, Rev. H. Wittrock. /k talk was given by Orville Werth of :Lincoln. Refreshments were served by a committee composed of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll, Mr. and Mrs. August H. Hahn. At the business session the day afternoon to the I11inois hospital in Jacksonville. The Mount Pulaski THEATRE FRI. AND SAT. MARCH 14 AND IS Joe E. Brown in "SO YOU WOli'I TALK" ALSO Chapter 5 of the Serial "WHITE EAGLE" SUN. AND MON. MARCH Ib AND I1 RAY MILl_AND CLAUDETTE COLBERT in "ARISE MY FULL OF FRUITS AND NUTS Baked Fresh Every Wednesday 20c doz. Individual Cakes ................... 5c Chocolate Squares ................. 5c Snow Ball Cakes ............... 30c doz. All Kinds Pies ............ 10c - 20c - 30c (BAKED FRESH EACH MORNING) Fresh Bread -- Rolls -- Cookies members made plans to entertain  with the zone meeting on April 15, and Walter Abel - Dick Purcell have as guests club members fro Bloomington, Decatur, Champaign WED. AND THURS. Lincoln and Chestnut. John Witt- MARCH lQ AND 20 rock was taken into the organiza- tion as anew member. The fol- ,,MURDER OVER lowing committees were appoint- ed to have charge of the zone gEW "'-----==..TD" eeting: Wilbur E. Stoll, Karl Ditttm, August H..Hahn, enter- with tainment; Mrs. H. Wittrock, Mrs. Mrjorie Weaver Elmer Awe, Mrs. John E. Stoll, Ricardo Cortez Mrs. August H. Hahn, Mrs. Wfl- Sidney bur E. Stoll, refreshments. 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