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Grade Teacher Announces Her Engagement The home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Moore on West Jefferson street, Motmt Pulaski, was the scene of a delightful social event on St. Patrick's day evening, Monday, March 17, when announcement was made of the approaching mar- riage of Miss Effie Ann Viggexs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Wig- gers, of Hartsburg, .to J. Logan Rademaker, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Rademaker, of tmden. The guests gathered in Miss Wiggers' apartment in the Moore residence, where bridge was the diversion, the prizes being award- ed to Miss "Winifred Loetterle. Mrs. Dean Cullen and rs. Paul R. Moore. The group gained their information concerning the com- ing marriage from notes cleverly folded and placed under green shamrocks on the nut cups. Wiggers is one of the Mount Pu- laski grade school teachers, and guests for the nost part were members of the faculty of that school and the township high school. Those attending the announce- ment party were Misses Zenobia Zimmermann, Ruth Paterson, El- sie Stoll, Barbara Barnes, 'Betty Ann Mayer, Lola Hahn, Winifred Loetterle, Josephine Taylor, Nina] Wynd, Mary Elizabeth Goetz, I- ] [ is Waller, Florence Wagner, Mrs. i Florence Pinney, Mrs. Dean Cul- len, Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll, Mrs. Paul R. Moore. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. D. Wiggers, Hartsburg; Miss Blanche Viggers, Peoria; Mrs. Louis A.rnold, ]mden; Mrs. Ed- ward Johnson, Lincoln. IX)GAN COUNTY ACRES 72.7 PCT. IN AAA According to an announcement made in Lincoln last week, tot-n- ship reports of March 8 show 72.7 percent of Logan county's crop ac- res enrolled in the government Chaffer Member and Three 50-Year Members I LINe,co,zzv.oREBY YEARS'E ICae Danqu.l ' : . ::"  . .... ] The Orphans' Home Rebekah! :':  * :: : :'; .... , Lodge in Lincoln celebrated its I (continued from page. -- ..... * : ;: -:': :: : :: :::: with a banquet and program. One letters for reserve men will ;en to Charles Holmes, I :: ii ii! / i Left to right: G. C. Zah, near charter member and with the de- .arment fifty years; L. F. Weidenbacher, member of the champion- sh; runn;nq team is a!so a fifty year member: H. F. Gordon is the on(y tiv;nq charter member: C. J. Kaufz is a fifty year member. Snding Commiffee of Departmenf ! Members of the sfand[nq comm;ffee for the present year are: Left to right: Charles Schutfz, Fred Mayer, Ambrose Will, C. d. Kaufz. the farms included in the program. IXIAN INVESTIGATOR THE CHRISTL%N CHURCH RE-INSTATED LAST rlCEK Clifford Sullivan of Lincoln, who hundred and seventy were pres- I . ent at the banquet held in the iZ]er, Merle Veech, James . i er, James Baker Wendell | gynnasmm of the Ftrst Methodist ' church in that city at 6 o'clock. !John West, Robert Cpnw The lodge meeting and program! Richard Hat.field. Loren  will receive a manager's 1 were held m Odd Fellows hall at l , .h 8 o'clock. Several Mount Pulaski cheerleaders emblems wu Rebekahs were in attendance, i en to Raymond Hansiow', I i Riedle Helen Shilling ....... l Goodpaster HONOR ROLL ELKHART " _. L COMMINITY HIGH SCHOOL { Program To Be ............ ! The brief progran tha mnart, nL--rrmmpat w. w. the dinner will consist of Ritchie of the Elkhart Community . towing numbers' high school has announced the ;iInt:oductory rerks--- :l high school honor roll for the first ! Otto E T period of the second semester, as 'lPiano Solo--Rhoda Sch-a: i follows: Agnes Fitzgibbons, Ear-!presentatio n of Awa line Lanterman Agnes Villard, LeRo Halbe-- Athletic {1 Billy Anderson, Forrest Lanter- ! --- . y rg, i cnoot Song. ( man, Edna Defrees, Flrenee i The Student Council of Weatherby, Thomas Taylor, Rob- school will ,re,are one I  v { err Taylor, Keith Lercher, CharleS,classrooms for the dance- Sias, Louis Davis, Mary K. Bran- I ..... nan. . ] ]rs. Harold S. Beidler } BIRTHDAY DINNER l to her home in Chicago GIVEN S['I%'DAI" day following a visit of G I The home of Mr. and Mrs. Har- I days wi her parents, ry Wells on South Garden street i Mrs. J. C. Swinuey. was the scene of a dinner party I M Sunday, given in honor of the t The beloved ghost in tim st U birthday anniversary of Mrs. same star's marital h: Wells, which occurred March 17. i%hen he and his The guestS included Mrs. :Minnie i went into divorce co, W Suedmeier, Mr. and Mrs. Edward;i no hint of a triangle, Li( Schroth, Chestnut: Mr. and Mrs. i was another waman who ,h W. W. Jackson, Kenney; Mr. and their maemorles and Mrs. Robert Pause and daughter, Don't miss these In Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon tions by Adela Rogers _] i Zelle, Chicago; Mr. and ]Yrs. Wil- in The American W .ee '  liam Jackson and family. Decatur; }magazine distrtbutedlt. : Mrs. Emily Feuerbacher, Miss Ka-] Sunday's Chicago He i e tie Keil, and H. J. Suedmeier. can. __! VOTE FOR R. D. AITCHISON [e u ,U CI ;p [l ) farm program as compared to 89 J. Wayne Staley, Pastor -ms a .  . CANDIDATE FOR percent a ear ago. ' mong several emocrade With anothe six wes rmain- Services for Sunday, Ma2ch24: game investigators discharged JIIl.00Tlfill: intll: Till: Pll:Jlel00 ing before the final date for farm Bible School at 9.30 a.m. lfrom state service a few weeks w,mmu  ,m== =,i,=v it k e he Church Services at 10 30 a. m plan signautres, it is berev d t _ _ .:i ..... : _ " : ago, is one of twenty-five recalled I: M^,,n P,,lask: Townshi fen, -un""-^'centa-e will ^ual r tenemer zne a'atn any ann ! :gkeh.:Y :T: !i ..... ::,L I She ;?s:3lic:p ::::;dHealnSderedL: n:ntoc' ELECTION TUESDAY, A ft'Pit "dad in the program at this date. ling from the mysterious realm of ' :  =__ .......... ' , _ the Out of 2,7000 fm'm units, 1,746 or ibrth, "  h .r 63.7 percent are affiliated with I The grandest thing in life is a t r: ] 1" the 1941 program, good man or good womall, hum- GAMBLE STORE Prairie Creek township is the bly walking in the path of duty as present leader with 91.1 percent of they conceive it, under the guid- the crop acres and 90.6 percent of ance of their Almighty Gocl, giv- ..... --ing of heart and giving of servic- ""'':' es, and thus preparing themselves     and aiding others, for the betterlife. We will be expecting you to at- tend church Sunday. QUINTUPLETS use MUSTEROLE for CHESTCOLDS Mother--Give YOUR Child This Same Expert Care 1 At the first sign of a chest cold.the Quintuplets' throats and chests a rubbed with CIIildren's Mild Musterole a product made to promptly relieve the DISTRESS of children's colds and resulting bronchial and croupy coughs. Relief usually comes quickly because Musterole is MORE than an ordinary salve." It helps break up local con- gestion. As Musterole is used on the Quints you may be sure you are using just about the BEST product made. Also in Regular and Extra Strength for those preferring a stronger product, -SALI-, Q0000TTIN6 BUSINESS LE STARTS SATURDAY, MAR. , DOORS OPEN AT , A. Ha i  E;:ire S:ock hndFixtUweS mtl00 be d O t to t e are alls il Mr. Greenfield has moved to Moi'ri$ I and must Sacrifice His Stock. 0r dl COME IN and Get Your Share of the HI-GRADE MERCHANDISE BARGAIN PRICES 1t F