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PAGE EIGHT ! THE MOUNT PULASXI TIMES- N EWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, Junior Woman's Club To End Year With Their Annual Spring Breakfast The Junior "Woman's Club will bring their club year to a close with a Spring Breakfast to be held at the Southern Air, across from Bergen Park, Springfield, at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 4th. Reservations at $1.85 may be made with Mrs: Fred Ste.hl at the Stahl Bros. hardware store, or, Mrs. Harry Milner, at Bertoni's Restaurant, not later than Mon- day, March 26. Any member de- siring transportation please con- tact'either of the above mention- ed. The program is under the de- partment of Literature and Mus- ic, with Mrs. Kenneth Connolley! as chairman, and Mrs. Julian Sams, co.chairman. The banquet committee is com- posed of Mrs. Fred Stahl, chair- man; Mrs. George McGee. Mrs. Clarence Clark, Mrs. Everett Max- heimer, Mrs. Waiter Dannenberg- er, Mrs. Harry Milner, Mrs. John Romanotto, Mrs. Eugene Weckel, Mrs. Carl Gasaway. --Plenty of SCRATCH.PADS at Times-News. BIRTHDAY SUPPER SERVED NEAR CHESTNUT SATURDAY Saturday evening, March 10, a potluck supper was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dwain Marten in Chestnut vicinity. The gathering was in honor of the birthday anniversary of his mo- ther, Mrs. Arthur Marten. Those present included: Mr. and Mrs. William Voelker, Lath- am; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mercier,. ] Otto Bandelow and daughter, ] Doris, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fullreide Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Maske Mr. ]and Mrs John Geyer, Mount Pu- laski; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mar- ten, Mr. and Mrs. Mayford Davis NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Docket Number 951 191502 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, now 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. PIATT, Administrator. Leland Simkins, Attorney. _WPRC 1370 !,,.COL. ] ,.,,.,s | I! PAIIE nAmo e6iP. EASTER FLOWERS :?/: 0 flok'ers from us to-day. We Will Have-- d J EASTER LILIES }? i00L, HYDP00a00a00AS cur.r,.ow00P00 Mount Pulaski Phone 308, WASH ITI SCRUB ITI You can't dull Lustre! PATTERSON = SARGENT $5.25 PER GALLON STAIK BROS. HARDWARE and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dwain Marten, Chestnut. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE State of Illinois, County of Logan, ss. In The County Court Of Said County: In Probate Docket No. 957 In Re: Estate of Martin Grath- wohl, Deceased. The undermgned Administrat- or of the Estate of Martin Grathwohl, deceased, having been appointed as such by the County Court of Logan County, Illinois, and having duly quali- fied, hereby gives public notice that the first Monday of May, A. D. 1951, the same being the 7th day of said month, is date in the estate of said ed and that claims may against said estate on said date without summons. B.F. Geo. J. Smith, Attorney. If there were 2000 moons in the sky, you could read comfortably by their light !   ,- Because 2000 moons would give you a reading light equal to ONE I00-watt bulb! Yes- that's a lot of light from just one bulb- and for so little money! You can use a 100-watt bulb for three hours for just one penny's worth of electricity! That's a sky.high value at an earth.bound price! When y00 think how many things electricity doO for you-and how little the cost-it H just about the biggest bargain in yo family budget ! This bargain is possible becauS your friends and neighbors in tbls company combine their skill a 1 efficiency under responsible business management. "MEET CORLh ARCHER" for delightful comedy. Sunda2s--CBS--9 P. At,, Eafern T werklng for tht ed- vncennt of tht ar in wNch