Newspaper Archive of
Times
Mt. Pulaski , Illinois
Lyft
March 13, 1941     Times
PAGE 11     (11 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 11     (11 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
March 13, 1941
 

Newspaper Archive of Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




]o on a t'o. +o00d: " t's the ,le tod tour w 'i let me  For yoU. J the ne 'And h@ = may I ; proud ! )lpfully.  DAY, MARCH 15, 1941 Local Events I 1 Mr. and Mrs. Claude Buckles l visited relatives in Springfield Sunday. Louis Danner, daughter Betty, and son Louis. of Danville. visited in the city SUnday With his father, Christian Danner, and sister. Mrs. Art Miller, and family, on South Spring street. The New Holland Woman's club met this Thursday afternoon in the high school gymnasium there, the Program being in charge of Mrs. I.rah Z. Lipp of Mount Pu- laski, president of the Logan CoUnty Federation of Women's Clubs. Miss Florence Orat:hwohl or ] Springfield visited southeast of the 1 City Saturday and Sunday with t Grathwohl.her Parents. Mr. and Mrs. George i I Miss Eldrid Kemmer and Miss Lela tUtler, nurses in the Michael Reese hospital, Chicago, were guests Saturday night and Sun- day of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hemmer. Miss Reba Swmney of Spring- field spent Saturday night and SUnday in the city with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Swinney. S Raymnd Hahn made a trip to pringfield Sunday to see his Wife and baby daughter at the Spring- field hospital. Miss Dorthalene Lipp of Spring- THE MOUNT PULASKi TIME.NEWtS. MOUNT PULASKI. ILILINOL 2 @ PAGE ll'-Vll, On CBS BOARD General Mal;n Craq, Chief of Staff of the United States Army, k,s been eiected to the board of directors of the Co- iumbla Broadcasfinq System. Gen. Craig retlred from the Service in August, 1939, after havinq won wde acclaim for his reorqan;za- tlon of the Army into "strum- lined" units. Miss Ella Wolf of springfield visted one mile east of the city ] KENNEY MISS JENNIE ROWE Correspondent !their subsistence during Decem-'in a body at 10:30 a. m. Sund# ;her, according to a report from March 23, in the Christian chur :t h e Illinois Emergency Relief m commemoration of the birthday commission. This compares with a !state average of 12.3 per cent. of Schuyler Colfax, founder of The report shows 3,932 persons, organization They will meet or one out of every five in the 10:15 a. m. in the lodge room tn: county received relief. Odd Fellows building before gOIll During 1940 expenditures for to the church. Keep this date tn; direct relief in DeWitt County mind. amounted to $119,062.40. Considerable dnterest is now be- ing taken by business interests of I DeWitt county for the location of i a giant government project in this i vicinity. They believe the logical The E. T. C. Club held an all- j locationisthewaste lands west daysewmg and talk test in the F LIPP Pastime Park. This home of Mrs. Pansy Holtz Thurs- A and north of land could be purchased at a frac- day. Mrs. Sallie Nice. of Maroa,  L. /tion of the cost of farm land. The rolled into town in a brand new INSURANCE iwater supply for a grant project "flivver" and a car load of Macon I could be economically arranged county mud. The day was enjoyed by building a dam, creating a lake by all. "''" i r?=::hipPas:edUdatPefrU dsrol i REBEK! HAI  TTE ND : '" [ orvoral Carol Gandv is h(m-ne: Memb_rs o, Central Rebekah v [7{/ for an indefinite visit after six + IJdge No. 313 will attend services months' active duty at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. He has ]been discharged from the regular i army and transferred to the re-  Iserves where he will be called for m, \\;Y-_+, I two months' active army duty ,' " each year. In the reserve service }he will have five years to serve. Tormer ' i A card from John Brown, who t is attending a trade school at Your steady smoke is bound to be [Cleveland, Ohio, states that he is Igetting along fine and likes the A personal selection. work. The Epworth League of the Marvels are"good companj00" Methodist Church held a skating AS buddies, they're perfection./ party at Clinton Wednesday nite. Several car loads of Kenney young people were in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. William Johnston and Miss Betty Daily, of Lincoln, ....................... u field visited here Saturday night arid SUnday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl /App. Mr and- - " rs. Leslie Ross and baby daughter Nancy Ann, who hdpabe:n.staying at the home of p ale nts, ,tr. and rs. Rural the' , race vacating an apartment al w Times-News building sever-  ee ago, moved Monda to ae res+ Y mence of Mrs. Lila Barton on East Jefferson street, where they are hOUse, oCCupying part of the Carl Tendick left last Thursday for his home in Rochester, Minne- sota, after a visit of several days West of the city with his parents, Ir. and Mrs. Uriah Tendick. oRe v. and Mrs. Harry M Blout sOndville, formerly of" Mounl PUlaski, write that their son Ho- eM:chPrted for Army service at 3, and is now stationed i" Cap Grant near Rockford ta  ' Trai: umpany B, 26th Medical ,,Lug Battalion. Clifford Vandevender, living three miles north of the city re, etaedshrne last Thursday from IPen- myraa, Florida, where he about ten weeks visit- Ing friends, as Well a enjoying the thrill of OCean fishing. barrell and j. Wayne Staley, StUdents at the University of spent Saturday and Sun- with their parents, Rev. J- Wayne Staley. attended the presentation of the Saturday and Sunday witl her ..... I .... i IlacK riars pray in Bloomington parents, Mr ana Mrs Tneoaore t " " I Saturday evening. Billy L e e Woff [ I Johnston, who was in the orches- | -- -- ria Miller student at Itra for the play, returned hone + _iss Ma n , ' | . lwith them. Illinois State Normal University, I T-ent ..... I I y-one aria sLx-tenns per i :mrm.: 1' is.dahereifgherFri;:Ylcent of DeVitt county residents e-eni g .' Y " were dependent on public assist- ents, Mr. and ,Mrs. Art Miller. ance programs for all, or part of The Cigarefte of rEPHANO BROTHERS, PHILADELPHIA. PA ................................................................. + , ........ + ArO W'OJJrR TH UP . H2O " 2"00I.DSMOBIT, g l IT'S A SHORT, easy step up to Oldsmobile -- a step you can take in stride[ Come in and let us show you what little difference in price there is between de luxe model lowest-priced cars and the Olds Special Six, Then, take a trial drive and d'uwx)ver how much more you get in Oldsmobile [ i/i! y... LOOK OUR APPOINTMENT NOWI Fine-car features alone put Oldsmobile in a class by itself. Add Hydra-Marie Drive and you have a line-up of modern advancements no other car can match l With Hydra-Marie Drive, gcrs shit automatically. There's no clutch pedal in the car. You get quicker getaway, snappier response , smoother, open road cruising--and all at substantial savings on gasoline, Come in and join the modern swing--the Hydra-Matic way! W IHIYRA.-IM[ATIC DRIVE OPTIONAL AT EXTRA COST OLD S1LIOBILE [S ON-TO Kent-Hake +Motor Company LINCOLN, ILLINOIS BAll J. Lo.I Re