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PAGE TWO m Idr#'qmfllp qlvv ummm mmmm-m .......... T] MOUNT PULAS TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, MOUNT PULASKI TIME-NEWS Mount PulaskL Illinois Published and entered as second class matter in the postoffice at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress of March 9, 1879. HARRY J. WIBLE Editor and Publisher Terms of Subscription: Three Months " 75c Six Months .............................. $12.5 One Year .................................... $2.50 Published Every Thursday LOCAL NEWS Mr• and Mrs. Robert Priddy and son Bob, residents of the city i for several years, and who lived, on North Marion street, moved to Sullivan last week. Mr. Priddy has been transferred to the Sul- i llvan territory• Mr. and Mrs. Robert Casad of Springfield, visited near the city Saturday with her parents, Mr. : and Mrs. George Meister. ? Barbara Harris of Decatur visit- ? ed from Friday to Sunday with her grandmother, Mrs. Chester G. Hughe Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kelly and sons, Joe, Jim and John, visited in Mattoon Sunday with her bro- ther, James Grant and family• Mrs. Clara Galloway of Mason iiii City, Iowa, who has been in De- catur the past six months at the home of her sister, Mrs. Fred (]rover, assisting in the care of Mr. Grover, who has been ill for many months, came to Mount Pulaski Sunday for a week's vis- it with Mrs. Hattie Laymon. Mrs. Floyd Kelly and son John returned home Wednesday of last week from Benton Harbor, Mich., where they visited several days with her sister, Mrs. John Daly, and family. Mr. and Mrs. George J. Smith were visitors in Chicago part of last week. i! ----Go to the Mount Pulaski The- and M ay, 18 and 19, and see King Solo- mon's Mines," in Technicolor, starring Deborah Kerr and Stew- art Granger. Also, Sunday Mar'i- nee at 2 o'cloclr. Mrs. Mabel Moore has taken an  apartment in the Ross Shoup resi- dence on North Washington St. The roof of the Mrs. Frances Mann building on the South Side '\\; of the Square, was repaired last : "week with an additional coating 'of tar. Mr. and Mrs. William Con- sldine of Chicago, visited east of the city over the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Frank Sams. :: Mrs. Alva Creager, who spent Mount Pulaski 'THEATRE i FRIDAY AND SATURDAY March 16 and 17 ROY ROGERS L in "Sunset in the West" (In Tru-color} - plus o CARTOON COMEDY SUNDAY . MONDAY March 18 and 19 MATINEE SUNDAY 2 P. M. "King Solomon's Mines" (In Technicolor) with Deborah Kerr, Stewart Granger ,m WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY March 21 and 22 "A Life of Her Own" Ray Milland part of the winter months in Sanford, Fla.. with her daughter, Mrs. William Duskin, and then visited three weeks in Mattoon, Ili., with another daughter, Mrs. Robert Dumond, returned to her home here last Saturday. Mrs. Helen Garvey has return- ed home from Rochester, Minn,. where she spent several days at the Mayo hospital• Mrs. Gretchen Stennett, form- erly of Latham, but now living in St. Louis, Mo., with her sister, Miss Mabel Stennett, was a visit- or last Friday in Latham and Mt. Pulaski. She had been called to Springfield by the death of her uncle, John Stuart Chambers. Funeral services were held at 9 a.m. Saturday in the St. Joseph's church, Springfield, with burial in Calvary cemetery• Mrs. Lowell Stuller left last Friday for her home in Thessalon, Ontario. Canada, following week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Henry J• Kautz, Sr., and her sis- ter and brothers• Mrs. Wilhelm G. Kautz, return- ed home Friday from Rock Island after a visit of more than two weeks with her daughter, Mrs, Richard Broerman, and family. Troll Turner spent last Friday in Latham with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Turner. Letters of administration in the estate of the late George Bender of Mount Pulaski, who died Feb. 25, were granted March 7 to a brother, John F. Bender, by Judge William Ellis in Logan count: court• The estate was valued at $2,500 in real estate and $2,000 personal property• Mr. and Mrs. James Follis, Jr., of Springfield, Pvt. Wendell Fol- lis, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kline and son Donald of Reason, were recent callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Follis, Sr., southwest of Mount Pulaski. Mrs. Elmer S. Meister Jr., and daughter Terry visited in Elkhart last Friday and Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Dains. Mr. and Mrs. Mayford Davis and family, who lived the past year on the Mrs• Luther Turley farm west of Mount Pulaski, moved several days ago to the Walter Hantel place two miles! north of Chestnut. Frank Jones of Pekin, visited here from Thursday to Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Walch and daughter, Nancy. They took him home Sunday. Uriah Tendick was elected president of the Lincoln Skeet Club at the annual dinner meet- ing held Monday night at the Maple club. "Tendick succeeds Floyd Durst of Lincoln• ---"King Solomon's Mines, = in Technicolor, will be at the Mt. Pulaski Theatre, Sunday and Monday, March 18 and 19. Also, TO ORGANIZE 4.H "LIVE.POWER" CLUB Plans to organize a Logan County 4-H "Live-Power Club," in tractor maintenance, was an- nounced in Lincoln Saturday by Fred O. Finchum of Hartsburg, assistant youth adviser. The club will be in charge of Duane Shanle of Mount Pulaski and Dick Travis, of Chestnut, who attended the recent three-day 4-H leaders' training school on trac- tor care and operation at Western Illinois State School. Macomb. An organization meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, at the Farm Bureau building in Lincoln. The club will be open to all 4-H club members and persons eligible for 4-H membership• Only requirements for mem- bership are that the boy or girl be at least 14-years-old and have a tractor available on which to carry out maintenance and oper- tion assignments. CHILLI SUPPER TO BE SERVED IN CORNLAND Thursday evening, March 22. the Cornland Community Club will sponsor a Chilli Supper in the Cornland grade school, start- ing at 5:30 o'clock. The menu consists of Chilli sandwiches, pie, salads, and cof- fee. After the supper cards are to be played• The supper is being given for the benefit of the school lunch )rogram. Everybody cordially invited. r. W. MOORE ESTATE PROPERTY SOLD ' The T. W. Moore estate proper- ty, located at the corner of Cooke and Marion streets, Mount Pulas- ki, was sold at public auction on Saturday afternoon, March 10, by the administrator, J. Roy Moore. Col. C. W. Wolpert of Lin- coln was the auctioneer. The property consists of a large two-story frame residence and one and one-half lots. The pur- chaser was Frederick Zimmer- mann, who paid $8,925 for the property. The house was. built over 45 years ago by the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert Drobisch who sold it in 1914 to the late T. W. Moore, when he retired from the farm. SIX FROM THIS VICINITY IN THE NAVAL RESERVES Six Mount Pulaski young men recently enlisted in the Naval Reserve, and passed examin a- tions. They are:- Don Neaville, Robert Copeland, Orville Bandelow, Robert Ayers, John Drabing and Wilford Shrad- er. The enlistment is for four years but at present the boys are at home. Until they are called they Sunday Matinee at 2 o'clock, must report each Wednesday night at th Reserve Station on 1370 Lake Springfield. tIN: 00)LN @\\; ILLINOIS / THE PRAIRIE RADIO CORP. CORNLAND EASTERN STAR POSTPONED BAKE SALE It was announced in last weeks Times-News that the Corn- land Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star lodge would hold a 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 Insuremce and Real Estate Brok Phone 13  Mount Pulaski, Illinois LADIES ATTENTION FOR YOUR SPRING SEWING=- Hemstitching, Covered Buttons, Buckles and Belts. All Types Buttonholes, Pleating. PROMPT AND EXPERIENCED SERVICE PRICES ALWAYS REASONABLE  HOSE MENDED M. Stallbohm's LINCOLN, ILLINOIS Bake Sale in Mount Pulaski, on Saturday, March 24th. This sale has been postponed and a new date will be announced later. JUNIOR HIRED HANDS 4-H CLUB BAKE SALE The Junior Hired Hands 4-H club will hold a Bake Sale on Saturday, March 24, at the Mey- ers Service Co., on the east side of the square:, to raise funds for their activties. WORDS OF APPRECIATION On the occasion of my 81st birthday anniversary, Feb. 24, a large number of friends and relatives kindly remembered me with greeting cards, letters and gifts. I want to express my sin- cere thanks. Mrs. Grace McDonald. NEWS FROM MR. AND MRS. CHAUNCEY GLOSE Writing.. fro'm New.. Smyrna Beach, Fla., Saturday, March 10, Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey E. Glose, of Mount Pulaski, who are win- hospital in Lincoln, and turning to my home in Pulaski. I received a cards, letters, gifts, and from kind friends and I greatly appreciate this fulness and wish to sincere thanks. Mrs. Millard POLIO FUND DRIVE IN TOWNSHIP $479.26 Harry O. Elliott and C. Downing, Polio Fund Drive in laski township, have to the Logan Dimes chairman in sum of $479.26. The are still some reported• More than $100 of raised at the benefit game held recently in school gym. WILL MEET IN S TUESDAY, MARCH 20th Tuesday, March 20. an tion Department Illinois Federation of tering there, state: .... clubs will be held in "We are now navlng nice warm It  -'---'-- w-'" - • . lne gathering ut ue weather No ram since Feb 2 th lobb o'HotelAtra • . . . " " e y I Have been swlmmmg In the ......... ........ i coln aI v:4 A. Ivi., ana ocean v lsnlng nas not ]mprovea • • - • , group will vlslt the State much. Mr• and Mrs. Clarence L ...... ......... I laure In sessmn. sowers are STill here LOS OI song . _^1_ ...... +: - w'i • " . [ A lu.c.cun mcctm brds now Hope weather s get- ............ • , • ,, [place at l:t3 v. M. A u tlng oetter at home. [ be made of Lincoln Shri ..... .: ........... ] Registration fee will I wmJ  rrn*=a-u ! and the luncheon $1 50. During the tiroe I was a sur-Ireservations to Mrs. John gieal patient in the Deaconess man, 2004 So. 5th St., THOS. A. GUPTON, Sr. (Veteran of World War I) DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Highway Commissioner MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP Will Appreciate Your Support -- ELECTION, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1951 Hours--6 A.M. to 5 P.M. Need Eye Care? Dr. Stephen Gard OPTOMETRIST, is in Mount.Pulaski TODAY and EVERY from S to 9 P. M. - OFFICE AT MISS ROSE GULSO'S HOME Ey Examination with or without appointment Also, Glasses Repdred or Adjusted Your DOLLARS must buy HAPPINESS . . . True, we must spend the larger our weekly earnings for the every day nec ties. But that part of living we call ha comes from the sense of security through family life, which means a home a a pleasant vacation, the ability to enjoy And these, in their turn are to be most rea' aehieve through regular savings. We to come' in and start a savings account. ever you deposit grows as tSe seed planted in for savings deposits earn generous interest.